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A Proper Checklist of the Required Documents for Saskatchewan Express Entry

Author: Yogesh Shukla
by Yogesh Shukla
Posted: Dec 18, 2020

Saskatchewan is one of the best provinces to get settled in on a permanent basis. It is a beautiful Canadian province and a hidden gem for all the aspiring aspirants who are ready to make a smart move of Saskatchewan Immigration in 2021. The Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) is an impeccable pathway to immigrate to Canada as a permanent resident. SINP works in perfect sync with the Federal Government of Canada.

Under the beautiful sunshade of Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program, Saskatchewan Express entry is one of the ideal pathways, as it can help you ace up the entire game of immigration and guarantees to give you an additional of 600 points that will help you leap ahead of the curve. Moreover, the International skilled worker category is meant for the foreign skilled workers who wish to live and work in the province of Saskatchewan on a permanent basis.

To be eligible to apply for Saskatchewan Express entry, having a profile in the Federal express entry pool is a must. To submit a profile under the pool, a candidate needs to be for at least any one of the three federal economic streams of express entry such as Federal skilled workers program, Federal skilled trades program and Canadian experience class.

Also, the following is a proper checklist of the required documents that you’ll need for your application.

  • Express Entry Profile Number and Job Seeker Validation Code

In order to apply under Saskatchewan Express Entry, a candidate must be accepted into the IRCC’s express entry pool. You need to prove this by submitting your express entry profile number along with job seeker validation code at the time of submitting your application for the SINP. In case of any change in the profile number of job code, you are required to intimate the immigration office about the same.

  • Linguistic Ability Report

All the applicants who want to apply for Saskatchewan Express entry are required to submit their language proficiency test results report. For this, you are required to appear for the IELTS language proficiency test and score higher in the test. This test is valid for a period of 2 years. Also, you can claim more points if you are proficient in both the languages such as English and French.

  • Education Credentials

You must complete at least one-year of post secondary education and are required to submit a proper degree, diploma or any certificate equivalent to a trade certification. Also, you need to make sure that your education meets the Canadian education standards. You are required to submit all the education credentials so that you don’t face any hurdles in the entire Canada Immigration process.

  • Work Experience Credentials

Saskatchewan Express Entry wants you to have at least one year of full-time work experience (Minimum 30 hours a week) which should be paid and must be in a skilled occupation listed in the occupation list of Saskatchewan. Your wealthy work experience must be in any of the high skilled occupations and must match any of the NOC levels (NOC O, A or B). It includes your proof of employment, your pay stabs, your duties and responsibilities and many more.

  • Settlement Funds and Plans

A proper settlement plan and settlement fund are required if you want to immigrate to Canada via taking the Express entry pathway of Saskatchewan PNP. You can use the IRCC tool and craft a settlement plan with your application. Also, you need to submit proper settlement funds which mean that you have enough funds to sustain your living in the Prairie Province of Saskatchewan.

  • Close Connections in Canada (If any)

A close relative means your parents, a sister or brother, an aunty or uncle, a niece or nephew, a step-family member, a grandparent or a first cousin. If you have any close relative who’s residing in Saskatchewan, you can claim more point’s, however, you are required to submit certain documents such as their birth certificate, their PR card or proof of citizenship, receipt of income from the last months etc.

  • Previous Work Experience in Saskatchewan (if applicable)

If you want to claim your points under this category, you are required to submit all the documents of your work experience. Well, this work experience must be for at least 12 months in the past 5 years. It is not mandatory, however, it can help you score in the point’s calculator and increase your chances of Saskatchewan Immigration.

  • Previous Study Experience in Saskatchewan (if applicable)

If you are claiming points for Saskatchewan Express entry by showing your study experience in Saskatchewan, you need to provide some of the documents such as education certificate, degree, diploma or any trade certificate and a letter from the registrar stating that you have done your studies from a reputed institute in the wonderful and Prairie province of Saskatchewan.

  • Valid Passports Throughout

In order to immigrate to Saskatchewan, a candidate is required to have a valid passport throughout the entire immigration process. You need to include copies in your passport which showcase the passport number, date of issue, expiry date, photo and place of birth. Moreover, if you live in any country that doesn’t match your nationality; you are required to submit your visa for that particular country.

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Author: Yogesh Shukla

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