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eHealth Saskatchewan handles Health Card registrations, updates, renewals, and replacements. All Saskatchewan residents must register themselves and their dependents for a Saskatchewan Health Card in order to receive health benefits.
You can also use ExpressAddress to notify eHealth Saskatchewan of a change of address for your Saskatchewan Health Card, and request a replacement card.
Call 911 in a medical emergency, especially if symptoms require immediate medical attention.
If you have non-urgent medical or health concern, speak with your family doctor or visit a walk-in clinic in your area.
You can also call HealthLine at 811, a confidential, free of charge, 24-hour health information and support telephone line. When you call 811, a licensed health care professional will give you options and information to help you with health related questions or concerns.
HealthLine is offered in English, with translation available in over 100 languages. Teletype (TTY) access for the hearing impaired is available at 1-888-425-4444.
You can also visit HealthLine Online to find answers to your health questions and concerns.
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For after hours incidents or concerns, please immediately contact your local police service or RCMP detachment.
For more information, visit Child Protection.
A completed SINP application is required to make an accurate assessment of an applicant's eligibility to the program. Visit Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program to review the eligibility criteria for the specific SINP category that applies to you. All applications to the SINP must be submitted online.
Please note the SINP is only one of the steps toward becoming a permanent resident in Saskatchewan. All applicants must also apply for residency through the Government of Canada.
If you have further questions about SINP, please call 306-798-7467 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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If your information has changed after receiving your SINP nomination, you may request a revision to your SINP Nomination Certificate.
Examples of reasons you may request a revision include:
Changes to your SINP Nomination take an average of 1-2 weeks to process once a request has been received.
Please note that if your family composition has changed after a nomination decision, the SINP will not initiate an amendment of a Nomination Certificate to include new/additional family members. Only the principal applicant must be named in the Nomination Certificate, and there is no actual legal requirement for an applicant's accompanying dependents to be listed on the certificate.
Visit SINP Procedures and Guidelines for more information on how to request make amendments to your SINP Nomination.
It is required that all applicants who submit a Job Offer must also submit a Job Approval Letter when they submit their initial application. This letter is given to you from your employer. Your employer must submit your Job Offer online for approval with our SINP Employer Unit. If your employer requires assistance with this process please have them contact our Employer Unit at 306-798-7467, option 4 or by email at email@example.com.
To view the status of your application, log in to your account online at: https://immigration.saskatchewan.ca/apex/f?p=305:101:10165621759946.
If you are unable to do so, please send a copy of your "Received Application Letter" to firstname.lastname@example.org in order to receive an update on your application's status.
See link Check Application Processing Times for SINP for average, historical processing times for the SINP.
Applications are processed in the order that they are received.
An outline of the requirements and stages of your SINP application can be found at SINP Procedures and Guidelines.
For Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada permanent residence application processing times please visit IRCC's website at: http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/information/times/index.asp.
Without reviewing your file and job duties and responsibilities we are unable to tell you what NOC your job would fall under. Please visit National Occupation Classification website and type in your job title, to review the job duties and requirements in order to see what fits. If they do, there will be a number assigned to that job title. From there, you will need to look at the matrix to see what NOC it falls under. If the NOC is “A”, “B” or “0”, it will be considered a skilled job.
For additional information on specific NOC codes you may visit the National Job Bank website at www.jobbank.gc.ca.
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