Saskatchewan (Farm)

Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program

Saskatchewan is a Canadian province bordering the United States of America to the South. It has two major cities, Regina and Saskatoon. Saskatchewan is covered in grassland, coniferous trees, rivers, and lakes. The provincial capital, Regina, is home to the Royal Saskatchewan Museum, housing exhibits on natural history and the people of Canada’s First Nations.

Saskatchewan's population used to be primarily rural but it is becoming more urban. The population was declining for many years; however, in recent years, it is changing as oil sands, potash, and uranium development are driving an economic boom that is mirroring Alberta's boom. Farming remains the largest sector of the economy along with the oil, gas, and mining sectors. Several attempts have been made to grow other sectors of the economy, such as scientific research and technology, for example, a synchrotron has been built at the University of Saskatchewan in Saskatoon. 

The Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP), is an immigration program that favors prospective immigrants with in-demand job skills and work experience needed in the province. Applicants under the Saskatchewan INP receive a Saskatchewan Provincial Nominee Certificate allowing them to apply for Canadian permanent residency. This is processed much faster than Canadian immigration programs in other provinces.

Here are the major immigration categories under the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program:

  • International Skilled Worker Category
  • Saskatchewan Work Experience Category
  • Entrepreneur Category
  • Farm Owner and Operator Category



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