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Saskatchewan
Immigrant Nominee Program

Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program

Saskatchewan is home to one of Canada’s most rapidly growing economies and populations. The SINP allows the province to nominate candidates to the federal government for permanent residence under three main categories: International skilled workers, Saskatchewan experience, and business immigration, which are each divided into several sub-categories. 

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Time to permit

1-2 years

Residency requirement

No residency requirement

Visa-free travel

185 countries and regions

Taxation

Worldwide taxation

Passport rank

8th in the world

Established time

Citizenship program launched in 1986

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Application Requirements

To apply for SINP, you need to satisfy following requirements: 

1. Net assets of at least C$500,000 in the name of the principal applicant or both spouses. 

2. More than three years of management experience (shareholder or self-employed) in the last ten years. 

3. Scoring more than 115 in EOI (Expression of Interest).

4. Investing at least C$300,000 in Saskatoon, Regina; Or C$200,000 in the rest of Saskatchewan; if investing in Regina or Saskatoon, at least 2 jobs must be created for Canadian residents or permanent residents (non relatives). 

Program Benefits

Being able to include spouse and children in the application.

Renewable. Eligible for PR and citizenship. 

No requirement on language proficiency. 

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