Sothern Saskatchewan is part of Canada’s breadbasket, producing more wheat than any other province in Canada and more than many countries.
While agriculture still dominates Saskatchewan’s economy, the minerals industry has grown dramatically. The province’s potash and uranium reserves rank it among world leaders, and petroleum production is rising rapidly. Saskatoon and Regina are the two biggest cities in Saskatchewan with booming economies.
Saskatchewan’s provincial nominee program is called SINP (Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program). Successful candidates, post nomination by the province will receive the Saskatchewan Provincial Nomination Certificate. SINP applications are priority applications at all Centralized Intake Offices (CIOs) as well as immigration visa offices. SINP applications are processed much faster compared to regular immigration categories. Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) consists of 3 immigration streams. They are:
Each of these programs have been designed to meet the province’s need of having a strong labour force, as well as businessmen and entrepreneurs. To know more about these immigration streams, contact us.
Find out if you are eligible for this Provincial Nominee Program.
Apart from the above streams, the province also offers business immigration options wherein persons with business interests or ideas in the province may apply for permanent residency along with their family members (spouse or common-law partner as well as dependents). To know more about these programs, click here.
To learn more about the province of Saskatchewan and its historic, geographic and cultural significance, visit our Explore Canada page.