People who are willing to stay and work in small area
People who would like to arrive in Canada as soon as possible
People who have certain level of English ability and education background
The Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) is an immigration program that favors prospective immigrants who possess the skills and experience needed in the province. SINP is a Nominated Skilled Immigrant Program for skilled workers, professionals or managers with a valid permanent full-time job offer from a Saskatchewan employer.
The applicant is invited based on his/her score criteria on education, work experience, age, language, and local employer relations in Saskatchewan. The passing score is 60 out of 100. The job offer received by the applicant must be approved by the Saskatchewan Department of Labor to be considered a valid job offer.
For further information of the scoring criteria, please see：SNIP Scoring Criteria
Canadian immigration agency, headquartered in Toronto, Calgary and four Atlantic provinces have branches.
The Beijing branch was established to truly provide one-stop service from consulting to landing.
Abundant research resources and first-hand employer resources not only ensure the qualification of the employer, but also avoid the price difference between the middlemen.
Focus on Canadian immigration, close relationship with provincial government.
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