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Saskatchewan immigration targeted Occupations In-Demand and Express Entry candidates in a new Expression of Interest draw, issuing invitations to 502 candidates.

The July 29 Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program draw featured invites targeting 43 occupations. 

Occupations In-Demand candidates received 248 invitations, while Express Entry candidates received 254. Both streams required a minimum score of 70 points.

The draw was the 16th since the SINP significantly expanded its list of eligible occupations, from 19 to 218.


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Latest Saskatchewan Expression of Interest Draw

Draw date Category Minimum score Invites issued Other considerations
29-Jul-20 Occupations In-Demand 70 248 Invited Candidates had Educational Credential Assessments.

Invited Candidates have a close family relative in Saskatchewan or have studied at a Saskatchewan post-secondary institution.

NOCs included: 0111, 1114, 0112, 1121, 0113, 1215, 1225, 0121, 0013, 0714, 3211, 2263, 1223, 0821, 3219, 3234, 2134, 4165, 0421, 1224, 9213, 2242, 0423, 3212, 2148, 2234, 3215, 1313, 2264, 0632, 6222, 7246, 4151, 6331, 2244, 7315, 7294, 9241, 8211, 1214, 2144, 0912, 7245

Express Entry 70 254

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