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New Batch Of Entrepreneurs Invited For Saskatchewan Immigration

23 Jul 2018


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In the July 18 draw, Saskatchewan began the process of issuing invitations, to apply to a fresh batch of candidates in the Entrepreneur stream. Additionally in it, 187 candidates received the invitation after scoring points between 100 and 135. The average score was 105.

Moreover, this was the fourth largest draw of the Entrepreneur stream, in the Immigrant Nominee Program of the province.

Draws of Saskatchewan Entrepreneur Stream

Date

Lowest score

Average score

Highest score

Number of invitations

July 2018

100

105

135

187

April 2018

90

100

135

231

January 2018

80

95

145

251

October 2017

80

100

135

265 

July 2017

80

100

145

98 

May 2017

80

105

140

142

March 2017

95

110

135

107

December 2016

120

120

130

14

September 2016

110

115

135

57

May 2016

110

120

155

88

October 15

110

125

155

70


Even in The previous three draws, there were high numbers. During April 2018 - 231 candidates, in January 2018 - 251 and in October 2017 265 EOIs were issued.

Saskatchewan has a plan to manage one more Entrepreneur draw ,during 2018 on October 17, but there may be a change this date.

The process of This Entrepreneur stream has three stages:

  • Making the Expression of interest
  • Invitation for submitting the application
  • Nomination

The norms of expression of interest are the following:

  • Minimum net worth of $500,000 that is acquired legally.
  • Minimum three years experience of   management or entrepreneurship.
  • Investment of $300,000 in Regina or Saskatoon, or $200,000 in any other area.

Candidates must enter a pool and receive a score. The candidates with the top score get the invitation for submitting an application.

Applications must also have:

  • Business Establishment Plan to confirm figures in E.O.I., and also include one third ownership of a company in Saskatchewan, unless investment is $1 million or above.
  • They must Commit regarding being active in the daily management of business.
  • Creating additional two (or more) jobs for PRs or for Canadian citizens in case the business is in Regina/Saskatoon.

The website also informs that the S.I.N.P. has the right to assess Business Establishment Plans by professional third parties that are authorized by the government. This assessment of third parties will focus on the preparation and due meticulousness of the applicant while preparing the proposed business plan.

Saskatchewan has also recently updated the list of occupations having a good demand. It has added 7 and removed 12 occupations during July 2018.

Saskatchewan’s Occupations in Demand

National Occupation Classification (NOC)

Occupations

0211

Engineering managers

2131

Civil engineers

2147

Computer engineers (except software engineers and designers)

2154

Land surveyors

2173

Software engineers and designers

2175

Web designers and developers

3111

Psychiatrists

3215

Medical Radiation Technologists

3234

Paramedics

4151

Psychologists

4212

Social and community service workers

4214

Early childhood educators and assistants

3211

Medical laboratory technologists

3216

Medical sonographers

4162

Economists and economic policy researchers and analysts

2123

Agricultural representatives, consultants and specialists

2242

Electronic service technicians (household and business equipment)

6331

Meat cutters

7201

Contractors and supervisors, machining, metal forming, shaping and erecting trades and related occupations

7204

Contractors and supervisors, carpentry trades

7311

Industrial mechanics

7312

Heavy-duty equipment mechanics

7321

Automotive service technicians, truck and bus mechanics

7322

Motor vehicle body repairers

7237

Welders

7384

Recreation Vehicle Service

0822

Managers in horticulture

2225

Landscape and horticulture technicians and specialists

8252

Agricultural service contractors, farm supervisors and specialized livestock workers

0821

Managers in agriculture

0911

Manufacturing managers

0912

Utilities managers


Jobs removed From the Occupations in Demand List in July 2018

National Occupation Classification (NOC)

Occupations

2132

Mechanical engineers

2133

Electrical and electronics engineers

2141

Industrial and manufacturing engineers

2151

Architects

0423

Managers in social, community and correctional services

1122

Professional occupations in business management consulting

2212

Geological and mineral technologists and technicians

2121

Biologists and related scientists

2243

Industrial instrument technicians and mechanics

7231

Machinists

7272

Cabinetmakers

0811

Managers in natural resources production and fishing

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