SINP ISW EOI Occupations In-Demand Draw October 23, 2023

FB - SINP OID Draw oct 23

On October 23, 2023, the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) issued 40 invitations in their Occupations in Demand Category. The minimum score was 84.

The invited candidates had Educational Credential Assessments.

The minimum IELTS score requirement for SINP's International Skilled Worker Program - Occupations in Demand, is much lower compared to the Express Entry. So this program could be a great option for you if you've been struggling with your IELTS score.

IELTS score required for SINP OID:

Listening – 4.5
Reading – 3.5
Writing – 4
Speaking – 4

As a bonus, if you have the following relatives in Saskatchewan, you get bonus points that increase your chances of getting invited to apply.

- parents
- sisters/brothers
- aunts/uncles
- nieces/nephews
- first cousins (SINP ONLY)
- grandparents

These are the occupations included in the draw:

Production and transportation logistics coordinators 13201
Computer and information systems managers 20012
Data scientists 21211
Cybersecurity specialists 21220
Business systems specialists 21221
Information systems specialists 21222
Database analysts and data administrators 21223
Computer systems developers and programmers 21230
Software engineers and designers 21231
Software developers and programmers 21232
Web designers 21233
Web developers and programmers 21234
Mechanical engineers 21301
Industrial and manufacturing engineers 21321
Computer network and web technicians 22220
User support technicians 22221
Medical laboratory technologists 32120
Medical sonographers 32122
Retail and wholesale trade managers 60020
Accommodation service managers 60031
Technical sales specialists - wholesale trade 62100
Cooks 63200
Facility operation and maintenance managers 70012
Supervisors, motor transport and other ground transit operators 72024
Welders and related machine operators 72106
Agricultural service contractors and farm supervisors 82030

Do you have an expression of interest with SINP yet?