There are many ways to come to Saskatchewan either temporarily or permanently. Learn about the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) and other options for immigrating.
Find out about the many ways to come to Saskatchewan to visit, study or work.
If you want to come to Saskatchewan, the SINP is a good alternative to the Canadian federal immigration program. Learn more about all the SINP categories including the Entrepreneur category.
The SINP processing time information is updated quarterly and shows the time it takes to process an application after receipt of a complete application package. Processing times are subject to change.
Learn more about your rights under The Foreign Worker Recruitment and Immigration Services Act, as well as responsibilities of the employer, recruiter and immigration consultant.
Find out new and important information about the SINP.
The SINP is making changes to the program based on stakeholder input and the need to increase program efficiencies. The program changes will be effective January 2, 2014.
The SINP has application intake thresholds to improve program efficiency. The SINP will accept a maximum number of applications in each category in each calendar year.
Find out if you need a language assessment to apply to the SINP.
You can apply to the SINP directly without any help from a representative. If you want to use a representative, find out how to choose a qualified representative.
The Program Integrity and Legislation Unit enhances Saskatchewan's reputation as the leading destination of choice for immigrants, by working to ensure the well-being and protection of the rights of foreign workers and other immigrants in the province.
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