In this detailed guide you will learn all about:
· Introduction to SINP
· Things to consider before choosing SINP
· Application Categories
· How SINP works?
· How to apply for SINP ?
· SINP processing Time
· SINP processing Fee
Immigration to Canada is every man’s dream, for the country ever presents exciting work and residential opportunities to foreign nationals. The Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) is one such way (and a popular one too) to gain Permanent Residency (PR) in Canada.
Conveniently situated in Western Canada, Saskatchewan is one of the best locales for settlement. Saskatchewan is called as “Land of Living Skies” where you can see different colour in sky when you move to small towns and farmland. You can clearly see sky touching ground when you move outside cities. The capital of Saskatchewan is Regina and major city according to population is Saskatoon.
Its agriculture-based economy also attracts people from far and wide. To fill certain gaps in its economy and to boost growth, SINP invites foreigners with the necessary skills and experience to apply for Saskatchewan provincial nomination and eventually for PR.
Applying for a provincial nomination to Saskatchewan via SINP presents a couple of advantages.
1. Under two categories of called “” and “”, there is no need of job offer and experience in Canada or any connection with Saskatchewan.
2. Deserving candidates are allowed a less complex and time-saving route to apply directly to the Canadian government. The processing time of applications coming through SINP is relatively lesser.
3. Applicants receive complete support and guidance from provincial immigration officers on the various requirement criteria to avoid any possibility of error in the application.
4. SINP not only helps foreign immigrants but also residents living and working in the province. The program presents opportunities to skilled participants for investing in or starting a business in Saskatchewan.
Taking about my experience with SINP, it took almost 2 and half months to receive the nomination if I exclude the waiting period to receive the .
During the process, one of my bank statements was missing but I must say SINP is very supportive and responsive.
They asked me to submit it as soon as possible and I did the same. Except this, there were many times I called and email them to know other things and even after receiving nomination.
Trust me; SINP is one of the best immigrant nominee programs to apply for.
There are Categories of SINP who have further sub-categories:
Applications from foreign skilled workers are invited to fill the skilled labour gap in the province. Nominations fall under the following sub-categories:
1. Express Entry Stream
2. Occupation In-Demand Stream
3. Employment Offer Stream
The Express Entry Stream works on the EOI point-system model wherein candidates who meet criteria can create an online profile of Expression of Interest (EOI) on the SINP login portal.
Check my complete guide on “Saskatchewan Expression of Interest (EOI)” which will help you to know about SINP EOI system, how to calculate points for EOI, how to create and submit EOI, how EOI system works and how SINP ranks candidates on the base of EOI.
After submission of the profile, candidates are ranked via the SINP Ranking System and assigned a score. Those who rank the highest are chosen from one of the SINP draws and issued an Invitation to Apply (ITA) for provincial nomination.
Check my detailed guide on “” to know more details about In-demand occupation list, Eligibility Criteria for SINP Express Entry Stream, How to Apply under SINP International Skilled Worker – Express Entry Stream, and Processing Time and Fees for SINP International Skilled Worker – Express Entry Stream.
Skilled workers who possess the required experience in any one of the in-demand occupations in Saskatchewan can apply under this category.
As International Skilled Worker Occupation in-demand stream is not aligned with Express Entry, which means candidates cannot take advantage of the 6-month average processing times of Express Entry.
Before applying under SINP international skilled worker occupation in-demand Stream, do check your occupation must not be excluded from in-demand list.
1.) You may qualify for this sub-category if you live outside Canada or applicants living in Canada must submit proof of legal status but not holding the status of refugee.
2.) A minimum score of 60 points out of 100 based on the Point Assessment Grid. To calculate points on SINP points assessment grid, visit us for more detilas and how to create and submit EOI profile to SINP.
3.) Minimum language score of 4 as per the Canadian Language Benchmark (CLB
4.) A candidate must have a diploma, certificate or degree. For education outside of Canada, you must submit an educational credential assessment (ECA) from a designated organization.
Individuals who have completed trades or job training as part of their high school education must instead apply for Saskatchewan license.
5.) At least 1-year post-secondary education or training relative to the education system in Canada, as a result of which the candidate possesses a relevant degree, diploma, or a certificate equivalent to a trade certificate.
6.) Minimum work experience in the specific line of education or training in a skilled occupation which is believed to be in-demand in Saskatchewan
7.) Proof of Professional Status of Licensure if required under SINP.
Check here if your NOC code require license to work in Saskatchewan.
8.) Proof of funds and plan of settlement.
This stream works on the EOI system. Applicants who qualify the minimum requirements of the stream can create an online profile on the SINP online portal.
After the profile is successfully submitted, all candidates are assigned a score and rank via the SINP Ranking System. Those who rank the highest are chosen via one of the SINP draws and granted an ITA to file application for nomination.
Candidates receiving the ITA must submit a complete application to the Saskatchewan province within 60 days. They’re also required to pay non-refundable application processing fee of $350 CAD.
As SINP international skilled worker occupation in-demand mostly resemble with SINP international skilled worker express entry stream except the existence of express entry profile so the basic fundamental of both the streams related to each other.
· Expression of interest (EOI) system
· Points Assessment Grid for Expression of Interest (EOI)
· How to Create and Submit SINP Expression of Interest (EOI) Profile
· How the SINP Express of Interest (EOI) System Works
· How SINP EOI Candidates Are Ranked
Approved applications are notified via email. The applicant is granted provincial nomination and stands eligible to submit an application to the federal government for PR to Canada.
They have 6 months’ time limit to do so. After receiving the nomination, processing of application will be paper based.
The general processing time for all applications submitted under the International Skilled Worker category is 20-25 weeks. However, all documents and form must be submitted in the correct order with accurate information to avoid delay in processing or rejection.
Processing fee for occupation in-demand is $350.
Skilled workers in Saskatchewan who has already received a job offer from an employer in the province are entitled to apply under this category.
However, the employer is required to first obtain approval from SINP before the candidate submits his/her application.
Failure to receive approval from SINP can result in immediate rejection of the candidate’s application.
To seek approval, the employer would be required to first register on the SINP Employer website.
After review of the position in question and approval of the same, SINP sends a Job Approval Letter to the employer.
The candidate is required to submit a copy of this letter along with their application to SINP.
· A minimum score of 60 points out of 100 on the Points Assessment Grid. To calculate points on SINP points assessment grid,
· Proof of language proficiency along with a minimum score of CLB 4.
· Hold a permanent, full-time job offer from an employer in Saskatchewan. The employer must be registered with SINP.
· At least 1 year paid work experience over the last 10 years in the mentioned occupation
Proof of eligibility for Saskatchewan licensure in case the job offer is from an occupation regulated in the province and mandates certification of licensing. Must have license before applying to SINP
1. Candidates who satisfy the above mentioned criteria are eligible to apply for provincial nomination on the SINP online portal. The application process doesn’t involve any fee for application processing.
2. The application process requires the usual submission of all complete and accurate forms and documents as may be demanded by SINP under this sub-category.
3. If the candidate’s application is approved, the applicant is notified via email. The applicant is granted an official provincial nomination and they stand eligible to further apply to the Canadian federal government for PR to the state.
4. The candidate is given 6 months’ time to submit the PR application after receiving the provincial nomination from the Saskatchewan province.
5. Applications submitted under this stream are relatively processed faster in comparison to those submitted under other sub-categories. The IRCC generally takes about only 4 weeks to process all applications received under the International Skilled Worker Employment Offer stream.
There are no application fees for this stream and processing time for approving job letter is 8 to 10 weeks and after filling application to SINP, average processing time is 3 to 4 weeks.
Note: The processing time averages mentioned for all of the categories and sub-categories in this post don’t include the additional time, if any, taken by IRCC in some exceptional cases. These include time spent waiting for the submission of additional information or review of program integrity. In this case, an extra 3-4 weeks may be taken for processing of all applications that have been received under the various categories.
The motive of this blog is Firstly, to help people to understand immigration concept easily and secondly, to process your immigration file by your own rather than spending time and money on consultants.
Please do your own research according to your occupation before applying to .
Canadian Immigration process is quite easy and transparent. You will definitely get Canadian PR if you have every authentic document and proof of your past and present scenario.
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18th Nov 2020
Why Serbia On-arrival visa is refused to Indian passport holders some time
what are the resons that Serbia refuses the on-arrival entry/visa to indians
18th Nov 2020
Why Serbia On-arrival visa is refused to Indian passport holders some time
what are the resons that Serbia refuses the on-arrival entry/visa to indians
LAW ON FOREIGNERS
Refusal of Entry Article 15
(1) The border police shall refuse entry into the Republic of Serbia to a foreigner if:
1. 1) The foreigner does not have a valid travel document or visa, if required;
2. 2) The foreigner does not have sufficient means of subsistence during his stay in the Republic of Serbia, for return to his country of origin or transit to another country, or is not in other ways provided with subsistence during his stay in the Republic of Serbia;
3. 3) The foreigner is in transit, but does not meet the criteria for entry into the next country of transit or country of final destination;
4. 4) The foreigner has been issued protective measure of removal, security measure of expulsion, or a ban on entry into the Republic of Serbia, which is in effect;
5. 5) The foreigner does not have a certificate of inoculation or other proof of good health, if coming from areas affected by an epidemic of infectious diseases;
6. 6) The foreigner does not have travel medical insurance for the intended period of stay in the Republic of Serbia;
7. 7) It is required by reasons of safeguarding the security of the Republic of Serbia and its citizens;
8. 8) It is determined that there is a negative outcome of the security- related risk assessment related to the entry and stay of the foreigner on the territory of the Republic of Serbia, within the meaning of Article 9 in this Law;
9. 9) It represents an obligation of the Republic of Serbia related to the enforcement of international restrictive measures;
10) If it is established that the foreigner is using forged documents;
11. If the foreigner has already stayed in the Republic of Serbia for 90 days within a period of 180 days, if it is not determined otherwise in international treaty, unless he has a long-term visa (D visa) or temporary residence permit;
12. There are valid reasons to believe that the stay will not be used for intended purpose;
13. There is reasonable doubt that he will not leave the Republic of Serbia before the visa validity period expires, or if there is a possibility of illegal migration upon entry into the Republic of Serbia.
(2) Entry shall be refused by issuing a decision of refusal of entry on a prescribed form, stating the reasons for refusing entry referred to Paragraph (1) of this Article. The refusal of entry shall be recorded in the travel document of the foreigner.
(3) Exceptionally, the foreigner related to whom it is established that there are some of the obstacles referred to in Paragraph (1) of this Article may be granted entry into the Republic of Serbia out of humanitarian reasons, interest for the Republic of Serbia, or if required by the international commitments of the Republic of Serbia.
(4) Entry shall be granted in a decision on approval of entry, issued on a prescribed form, stating the reason for entry, place and address of accommodation in the Republic of Serbia, the duration of the foreigner’s legal stay in the Republic of Serbia and border crossing point that the foreigner must use to depart from the Republic of Serbia.
(5) The layout and content of the form for refusal of entry into the Republic of Serbia, form for granting entry into the Republic of Serbia, and the manner of entering information on the refusal of entry shall be prescribed by the Minister responsible for internal affairs.
(6) An appeal statement may be filed against the decision on refusing entry.
(7) More detailed criteria for refusing entry referred to Paragraph (1), 2), 5), 7), 8) and 12) of this Article shall be prescribed by the Government.
Illegal Entry Article 14
(1) The following entry into the Republic of Serbia shall be considered illegal:
1. 1) Away from the place designated for the crossing of the state border;
2. 2) By avoiding border control;
3. 3) Without travel or other document required to cross the state border;
4. 4) By using another person’s, invalid or false travel or other document;
5. 5) By providing untruthful information to the border police;
6. 6) During the period in which the protective measure of removal, or the security measure of expulsion is in effect, or during the period of an entry ban.
(2) It is forbidden to aid or attempt to aid a foreign national to illegally enter the Republic of Serbia, transit through the territory of the Republic of Serbia or stay on the territory of the Republic of Serbia.
(3) Aid within the meaning of Paragraph (2) of this Article, shall not include aid to save life, prevent injury, provide emergency medical assistance, provide humanitarian assistance, or for humanitarian reasons, without any intention to prevent or delay forced removal.
VISAS General Provisions Article 18
(1) Visa shall be a permission of entry, stay or transit obtained by a foreigner prior to entering into the territory of the Republic of Serbia.
(2) Issued visa is not a guarantee that the foreigner will be granted entry into the Republic of Serbia.
Visa Types Article 19
Visa types shall be:
1. 1) Airport transit visa (category “A” visa);
2. 2) Short-Term Visa (category “C” visa);
3. 3) Long-Term Visa (category “D” visa)
Entry and Stay without Visa Article 16
(1) An international treaty or a Government decision may determine that nationals of particular countries may enter into the Republic of Serbia without a visa, provided there are no obstacles referred to in Article 15 of this Law.
(2) The Government may decide that nationals of particular countries may enter into the Republic of Serbia also with a valid identity card, in case there are no obstacles referred to in Article 15, Paragraph (1), 2) to 13) of this Law.
(3) A foreigner who does not need a visa or travel document to enter into the Republic of Serbia, may stay in it up to 90 days within any period of 180 days, from the date of first entry, if not determined otherwise in an international treaty.
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