The SINP invited 1,032 candidates under the Express Entry and Occupations In-Demand categories
On May 3, 2023, Saskatchewan conducted new rounds of invitations in the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) under the Express Entry and Occupations In-Demand categories. In the Express Entry category, Saskatchewan issued 739 ITAs.
Another 293 invitations were issued to the Occupations In-Demand category candidates. The lowest score in both categories was 68, one point fewer than in the previous draws. All invited candidates had Educational Credential Assessments.
In this draw, Saskatchewan invited 1,032 candidates under 32 different NOCs. In 2023, Saskatchewan invited 3,154 skilled immigrants and entrepreneurs in five draws under the SINP.
The following NOC codes apply to the occupations that are eligible for both Express Entry and candidates for in-demand occupations in this SINP draw:
- 13201 – Production and transportation logistics coordinators.
- 21203 – Land surveyors.
- 21211 – Data scientists.
- 21220 – Cyber Security specialists.
- 21221 – Business systems specialists.
- 21223 – Database analysts and data administrators.
- 21230 – Computer systems developers and programmers.
- 21232 – Software developers and programmers.
- 21233 – Web designers.
- 21234 – Web developers and programmers.
- 21301 – Mechanical engineers.
- 21321 – Industrial and manufacturing engineers.
- 22220 – Computer network and web technicians.
- 22221 – User support technicians.
- 31203 – Occupational therapists.
- 32102 – Paramedical occupations.
- 32120 – Medical laboratory technologists.
- 32121 – Medical radiation technologists.
- 32122 – Medical sonographers.
- 32123 – Cardiology technologists and electrophysiological diagnostic technologists.
- 41301 – Therapists in counseling and related specialized therapies.
- 62100 – Technical sales specialists – wholesale trade.
- 70012 – Facility operation and maintenance managers.
- 72024 – Supervisors, motor transport, and other ground transit operators.
- 72100 – Machinists and machining and tooling inspectors.
- 72106 – Welders and related machine operators.
- 72201 – Industrial electricians.
- 72400 – Construction millwrights and industrial mechanics.
- 72401 – Heavy-duty equipment mechanics.
- 72410 – Automotive service technicians, truck and bus mechanics, and mechanical repairers.
- 82030 – Agricultural service contractors and farm supervisors.
- 92100 – Power engineers and power systems operators.
Express Entry and Occupations In-Demand Categories Requirements
Those with education and work experience in in-demand occupations are eligible for the Occupations In-Demand (OID) and Express Entry (EE) programs. The following National Occupational Classification (NOC) TEER levels must be fall by eligible occupations:
- TEER 0: Management occupations
- TEER 1: Occupations that usually require a university degree
- TEER 2: Occupations that usually require a college diploma, apprenticeship training of two or more years, or supervisory experience
- TEER 3: Occupations that usually require a college diploma, apprenticeship training of fewer than two years, or more than six months of on-the-job training
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