Express Entry Program subcategory called International Skilled Worker for SINP (Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program) has again been opened in order to fill up another 1000 seats. This category has been opened after a period of almost 3 months on 26th October 2017 from that of 27th July 2017
As of 26th October the main website (government website of Saskatchewan) was updated with the details of reopening of International Skilled Worker under federal Express Entry program for prospective Canadian Immigration candidates without requiring job offer in hand.
The candidates having sufficient on hand experience in the jobs in demand in Saskatchewan along with a good profile already floating in express entry pool are accepted for the subcategory. As this is considered under an enhanced immigration category, a successful nomination will accord candidate with complete 600 points as CRS (Comprehensive Ranking System) score and subsequently receiving an ITA (Invitation to Apply) at a next draw from the Express Entry pool. This is the twelfth time that the sub-category has opened since it was first introduced in the year 2016, and the intake of candidates generally fills quickly, often within a matter of days, or even hours. This intake period sees the highest intake numbers to date with 400 more applications being accepted this intake period than in the two previous draws on July 27 and May 16, where 600 application were accepted at each occasion