SINP Points Calculator in 2019 | Round World Immigration
SINP Points Calculator in 2019

SINP Points Calculator in 2019

SINP Points Calculator is Aslo Know as Saskatchewan Immigration Points Calculator which is used to Know the Eligibility for Canada Immigration for Express Entry in the Province of Saskatchewan.

Canada is most definitely the choicest destination for international candidates who plan to relocate to other countries in hopes of a better life.

Canada offers everything that a candidate might need and desire to live his/her dream life. Apart from the Express Entry immigration program for quick relocation to Canada, most Canadian provinces have their own provincial programs and look for skilled workers who are capable of driving the economy of the province towards exponential financial growth.

About Saskatchewan province :

Saskatchewan is a central Canadian province and a prime location for aspirants to immigrate to for the rest of their lives.

In the recent times, it has gained immense popularity among the immigrants due to its immigration-friendly people, good air and water quality around the year, the provision of a comfortable life, and comparatively an easy immigration process.

Saskatchewan is also in need of qualified and trained workers who can meet the shortage of its labor market and can help improve its local economy.

Saskatchewan’s provincial government has thus introduced the Saskatchewan Immigration Nominee Program that is abbreviated as SINP. This program works in synchronization with the Federal Government’s Express Entry Program and prefers candidates who receive the provincial nomination program for any Canadian province like Saskatchewan.

Saskatchewan maintains a list of some of the highly preferred occupations as per its current labor market requirements and at present, there are only 37 occupations listed in it.

Saskatchewan Immigration Nominee Program:

Like the other Canadian PNP programs, even the SINP immigration scheme has a point-based selection process.

The candidates who are eager to move to Saskatchewan can use the SINP points calculator to get an estimate of their score and confirm their eligibility from the SINP occupation list.

The SINP immigration program to Saskatchewan Canadian province evaluates each candidate on the basis of some pre-defined factors that are divided into two groups:

Group 1 : In this group, the candidate can is evaluated for his professional details like education, experience, employability, language capabilities, age, etc. The candidate can gain a maximum of 70 points from the selection factors in this group.

Group 2 : In this group, the candidate is examined for his connection to the Saskatchewan Canadian province and the candidate can earn a maximum of 30 points from this group.

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SINP Eligibility Criteria:

The candidate is required to score a minimum of 60 out of the total 100 points ( Group 1 – 70 Points + Group 2- 30 Points ) to meet the eligibility criteria and qualify to apply for Canadian PR via the SINP immigration scheme.

All applicants must note that the points claimed by the candidate are confirmed only after the submitted documents are verified by the immigration authorities.

Category wise CRS Score breakdown

1: EDUCATION AND TRAINING Points
Master’s or Doctorate degree
23
University Bachelor’s Degree (minimum 3 year program)
20
Trade Certification (equivalent to Saskatchewan journey person and approved by the Saskatchewan Apprenticeship and Trades Certification Commission)
20
Degree, diploma or certificate (minimum 2 year program)
15
Degree, diploma or certificate (minimum 1 year program of study, or equivalent to a trade certificate.
12
2: SKILLED WORK EXPERIENCE Points
a) In the 5 year period prior to application submission date
5 years
10
4 years
8
3 years
6
2 years
4
1 year
2
b) In the 6-10 year period prior to application submission date
5 years
5
4 years
4
3 years
3
2 years
2
Less than 1 year
0
3: LANGUAGE ABILITY Points
TEF scores to CLB 4 through 10
CLB 8 and higher
20
CLB 7
18
CLB 6
16
CLB 5
14
CLB 4
12
English or French speaker without language test results
0
4: AGE Points
< 18 years
0
18 – 21 years
8
22 – 34 years
12
35 – 45 years
10
46 – 50 years
8
> 50 years
0
MAXIMUM POINTS FOR FACTOR I
70

SINP Points Calculator:

Group 1 – Maximum 70 points

  1. Education and Training – Maximum 23 points – The candidates who have a masters degree or a Ph.D. get the maximum 23 points whereas candidates who have a three-year bachelor’s degree or trade certification get 20 points. The candidates who have a diploma also get 15 and 12 marks respectively for 2 years and 1-year diploma course completion.
  2. Skilled Job Experience – Maximum 15 points Work experience older than 10 years is not considered in the SINP program. Candidates who have work experience in the last 5 years get double points as opposed to those who have the relevant work experience in the last 6 to 10 years. Thus, candidates with 5 years of experience in the last 5 years get 10 points whereas those with 5 years of experience in the last 6 to 10 years get 5 points.
  3. Language Ability – Maximum 20 points – The candidates with valid TEF or IELTS scores with CLB (Canadian Language Benchmark) score of 8 or more get 20 points and those with CLB score lower than 4 get no points.
  4. Age – Maximum 12 points – The candidates who are aged between 22 to 34 get maximum i.e. 12 points whereas those below 18 or above 50 years of age get no points for age

Group 2 – Maximum 30 points

The candidates who have a strong connection to the Saskatchewan Canadian province can get up to 30 additional points for their SINP application.

Having a great connection to the Saskatchewan province ensures that the candidates will be easily able to adapt to the Saskatchewan Canadian province and thus contribute efficiently to the Canadian province’s economy.

  • 30 points if the candidate has a highly skilled job offer letter from a Saskatchewan employer
  • 20 point if the candidate has a close family member (spouse or common-law partner, parents, siblings, grandparents, children, grandchildren) already residing in Saskatchewan
  • 5 points if the candidate has past work experience in Saskatchewan
  • 5 points if the candidate has past study experience in Saskatchewan

Total – 100 points

The candidates must be able to score a minimum of 67 points out of 100 by adding his/her score from Group 1 and Group 2. Those who fail to score the minimum qualifying marks are not considered eligible to apply for Canadian PR via the SINP Canada Immigration scheme.

Must read: Other important pnp program before applying for the Canada pr visa: PNP PROGRAM , Ontario PNP , Alberta PNP ,  British Columbia PNP , Manitoba PNP , Quebec PNP , Saskatchewan PNP , Nova Scotia PNP , New Brunswick PNP , Yukon PNP , Prince Edward Island PNP , Newfoundland PNP,

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