Saskatchewan Expression of Interest Draws Sees 150 Invitations Issued

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Saskatchewan Expression of Interest Draws Sees 150 Invitations Issued

Saskatchewan immigration’s latest Expression of Interest draw saw 150 invitations issued to skilled worker candidates.

In an August 15 draw, 105 invitations were issued under the province’s Occupations In-Demand stream, with the remaining 45 invites issued through Saskatchewan Express Entry.

For both streams, the minimum score was 78 points.

All of the invited candidates had valid Educational Credential Assessments.


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Saskatchewan 2019 Expression of Interest Draws

Draw date

Category

Minimum score

Invites issued

Other considerations

15-Aug-19

Express Entry

78

45

Invited Candidates had Educational Credential Assessments.

Occupations In-Demand

78

105

Invited Candidates had Educational Credential Assessments.

24-Jul-19

Express Entry

74

277

Invited Candidates had Educational Credential Assessments.

Occupations In-Demand

74

104

Invited Candidates had Educational Credential Assessments.

20-Jun-19

Express Entry

68

268

Occupations included in the selection: Accounting technicians, Architectural technologists and technicians, Bakers, Paramedical occupations, and Medical laboratory technologists. Invited Candidates had Educational Credential Assessments.

Occupations In-Demand

68

211

Occupations included in the selection: Accounting technicians, Architectural technologists and technicians, Bakers, Paramedical occupations, and Medical laboratory technologists. Invited Candidates had Educational Credential Assessments.

06-Jun-19

Express Entry

75

84

Invited Candidates had Educational Credential Assessments

Occupations In-Demand

75

342

Invited Candidates had Educational Credential Assessments

22-May-19

Express Entry

82

104

Invited Candidates had Educational Credential Assessments

Occupations In-Demand

82

221

Invited Candidates had Educational Credential Assessments

01-May-19

Express Entry

67

81

Occupations included in the selection: Managers in social, community and correctional services, Conference and event planners, Medical sonographers, Psychologists, Instructors of persons with disabilities, Butchers and Bakers. Invited Candidates had Educational Credential Assessments.

Occupations In-Demand

67

121

Occupations included in the selection: Managers in social, community and correctional services, Conference and event planners, Medical sonographers, Psychologists, Instructors of persons with disabilities, Butchers and Bakers. Invited Candidates had Educational Credential Assessments.

17-Apr-19

Express Entry

60

114

Occupations included in the selection: Land Surveyors, Technical occupations in geomatics and meteorology, Tailors, dressmakers, furriers and milliners, Appliance servicers and repairers. Invited Candidates had Educational Credential Assessments.

Occupations In-Demand

60

210

Occupations included in the selection: Land Surveyors, Technical occupations in geomatics and meteorology, Tailors, dressmakers, furriers and milliners, Appliance servicers and repairers. Invited Candidates had Educational Credential Assessments.

06-Mar-19

Express Entry

67

70

Invited Candidates had Educational Credential Assessments

Occupations In-Demand

81

68

Invited Candidates had Educational Credential Assessments

27-Feb-19

Express Entry

68

83

Invited Candidates had Educational Credential Assessments

16-Jan-19

Express Entry

63

362

Invited Candidates had Educational Credential Assessments

Occupations In-Demand

66

234

Invited Candidates had Educational Credential Assessments

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