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Foreign workers and immigrants in Saskatchewan are protected. Learn how to make a complaint if you have immigration issue.
Information on how potential immigrants with skills and experience in high demand occupations in Saskatchewan, such as health care, agriculture, trades or business, can apply to the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program.
Online resources to help you immigrate and establish a business in Saskatchewan.
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