Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) Streams
We can divide the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) into the following categories:
1. Saskatchewan International Skilled Worker
The Saskatchewan International Skilled Worker program is a part of the SINP and targets foreign nationals with skilled work experience to fill gaps in Saskatchewan’s labour force.
2. Saskatchewan Experience Category
The Saskatchewan government recognizes that temporary foreign workers who are now employed in Saskatchewan are among the top prospects for immigration since they have spent time in the province and have already made significant contributions to the economy and community. The Experience Category consists of six pathways:
3. Entrepreneur Sub-Category
Entrepreneurial Experience: You must have at least 3 years of entrepreneurial experience.
- You must have at least $300,000 CAD in Regina or Saskatoon, or $200,000 CAD in another Saskatchewan community as an equity investment.
Business Establishment Plan (BEP): You must present a Business Establishment Plan.
Equity in Partnership:
- If you are partnering in a business, you must hold at least one-third of the equity of the business. (Not required if the total investment is $1,000,000 CAD or more.)
Employment Generation: Your business must provide employment to at least two Canadian citizens or permanent residents of Saskatchewan.
Buying a Business in Saskatoon or Regina: If you are buying a business in Saskatoon or Regina, you must employ at least two Canadian or permanent resident employees in Regina or Saskatoon.
Business Performance Agreement: A business performance agreement with the Government of Saskatchewan must be duly signed by you after your application is approved.
Residency Requirement: You must be a resident of Saskatchewan.
4. Farm Owners and Operators Sub-Category
- This sub-category is for individuals with experience in farming or experienced farmers with a substantial capital to invest in a farming business and settle in Saskatchewan.
Knowledge of Farm Operation:
- You must have sound knowledge of farm operations.
Viability of Farming Proposal:
- Your commercial farming proposal must be viable.
- A minimum of 3 years of experience in farm ownership, farm management, or practical farm experience is mandatory.
Spouse or Common-Law Partner’s Involvement:
- Your spouse or common-law partner must have marketable employment skills, necessary education, and experience to support your farming income.
- An application fee of CAD $2,500 is applicable.
How Can ELAAR Guide You?
Prospective immigrants aspiring to move to Saskatchewan through any SINP programs mentioned above should contact our proficient team. We have a dedicated group of Licensed Immigration Consultants well-versed in SINP requirements. They can evaluate your SINP profile and enhance your application. Simplify your path to Canada with the expertise of Elaar Immigration – contact us today.
FAQs: Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP)
These are some frequently asked questions about the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP).