Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP)
Foreign nationals interested in living and working in Saskatchewan can apply for SINP for Canadian Permanent Residency. It is an economic ability driven immigration program where applicants have been nominated basis their ability to work, live, and do business in Saskatchewan.
In the SINP, the province of Saskatchewan:
- Nominates and invites foreign nationals who wish to reside, work or do business in Saskatchewan; and
- Proposes successful candidates to the Canadian federal government for permanent residency to Canada
- Interested applicants will need to make an application to Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) for their permanent residency and apply in SINP separately.
Making an application to SINP and obtaining the nomination from Saskatchewan can significantly help to increase the chances of receiving an invitation to apply for Canadian Permanent Residency.
SINP has four immigration categories:
Foreign nationals who are presently working and living in Saskatchewan are eligible to apply in this immigration stream. They should be on a valid work permit and can make an application under a suitable sub-category: