Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program invites over 1,000 skilled immigrants through Express Entry and Occupations In-Demand streams. The program targets specific categories of skilled workers and allows Saskatchewan to nominate eligible candidates for permanent residency in Canada. The program’s benefit of allowing individuals to apply for permanent residency without a job offer made it an attractive option. The province’s efforts in promoting immigration and welcoming newcomers have been successful. Saskatchewan invited 1,000+ skilled immigrants and entrepreneurs through SINP streams like Express Entry and Occupations In-Demand, providing opportunities for talented individuals to begin anew in the province. This recent draw, with a minimum score of 67, has significant implications for prospective immigrants seeking a fresh start in Canada. Let’s delve deeper into Saskatchewan’s latest SINP draw and its implications for those aspiring to immigrate to Canada.