Stepwise Process to Apply for Saskatchewan PNP in 2022

Stepwise Process to Apply for Saskatchewan PNP in 2022

Saskatchewan is a popular Canadian province with its own immigration program, which supports its booming economy and fulfill labour market needs. The province has an ever-growing demand for skilled foreign workers, and thus invite eligible applicants via Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) to apply for provincial nomination.

Following are the most popular PNP streams managed under SINP's International Skilled Worker (ISW) Stream:

  • Occupations in-demand subcategory; and the
  • Express Entry subcategory

Stepwise process to apply under SINP

Step 1: Setting Up Your Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) Application

First, you have to create an online application on the Saskatchewan Government website and enter your details.

SINP has total three categories with different subcategories:

  • International Skilled Worker
  • Entrepreneur and Farm
  • Saskatchewan Experience 

Once you choose the SINP category to apply for a Canadian PR visa, you will receive a file number upon application completion. In case you don't hear back from Saskatchewan, there is a possibility that the pre-screening of your application is in process.

Step 2: Application Pre-Screening

The next step is the pre-screening of your nomination application. This step is undertaken to ensure the accuracy and completeness of your application and to check required documentation.

In case there is any issue with your visa application, following things will happen:

  • You will be contacted via email with a list of missing documents attached; and
  • You will be informed to re-apply for the same

But, if your application and documentation found to be accurate and complete, the Saskatchewan government will further review it and take a look at your EOI points score.

Step 3: Application Review

In case there are no documents missing with your application, the Saskatchewan government will review your application on the basis of all the submitted information.

If the Saskatchewan government finds you to be the right candidate for their province, they'll approve your visa application.

For instance, Samuel has applied via the SINP processing steps. His scores will be broken down in the following:


Points Scored

30 Years old


Trade Certificate (Agricultural farming)


Work Experience (4 Years)


Canadian Language Benchmark (Scored 6)


Saskatchewan Employer Job Offer


No relative in Canada (sibling, cousin, aunt, uncle, nephew, niece or grandparents)


Never studied or worked in Canada


As per the example, Samuel has scored 86 out of 100 in the above stated EOI grid, which ensured that the province will nominate him.

If this happens to you as well, then you will receive an email that confirms your results along with:

  • A letter: SINP Nomination Approval;
  • Instruction manual: How to apply for PR in Saskatchewan; and
  • Support Letter: SINP Work Permit (if applicable)

With a SINP nomination, you will score an additional 600 points, which guarantees receiving an ITA for Canadian PR.

Points to Remember

Once you are nominated by Saskatchewan, remember to apply to the IRCC’s Centralized Intake Office for PR within six months, else you have to re-start your application process.

The IRCC conduct checks on the following:

  • Security history, including places you have resided for more than six months
  • Health check, done via approved doctors on Canadian physician panel
  • Criminal record, done via police clearance documents and the Canadian Royal Mounted Police (CRMP)

Are you all set to start your SINP application process?

If you are interested in immigrating to Saskatchewan, but you are confused about what it takes to follow the above stated steps? We, at Visas Avenue are happy to help.

You can also avail proper assistance with SINP application filing and documentation process. With Visas Avenue- a trusted immigration consultancy company by your side, you can enjoy a smooth, hassle-free Canada immigration process.

For more information, call our team of visa advisors and counselors today on Toll-free No. 78-18-000-777 or e-mail us your queries at