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The Re-Open Saskatchewan plan was released on April 23rd.

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A number of pages on the Government of Saskatchewan's website have been professionally translated in French. These translations are identified by a yellow text box that resembles the link below and can be found in the right hand rail of the page. The home page for French-language content on this site can be found at:

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Revise or Extend an SINP Nomination

A Nomination Certificate is valid for six months. An amendment to a Nomination Certificate includes a time extension and/or a revision. If you'd like to amend your Nomination Certificate:

  • You must submit a Request for Revision and/or Extension Form to the SINP. The request must come from you or your authorized representative.
  • We'll review your request to determine whether there's enough documentation and/or reason to revise and/or extend your Nomination Certificate.
  • We may consult with IRCC to determine what stage of assessment your application is in, and whether a change may be made at that time.
  • Any changes to the conditions of a nomination will be communicated to IRCC.

Revisions and/or extensions of a nomination certificate will be valid for three months:

  • One extension may be given for applicants having difficulty accumulating the funds needed for immigrating.
  • A maximum of two extensions may be given for reasons not related to the accumulation of funds (e.g. if IRCC requests an extension or requires re-application, if there are delays in obtaining a police certificate, a change to employment status, technical delivery errors on the SINP's part, etc.).
  • A revision may be made to information provided to IRCC on your Nomination Certificate. This could happen if there's a change in employment or passports, or if there's a request made by IRCC or the SINP.
  • Revisions will not be made to the Nomination Certificate to add or remove a spouse (if married or divorced) or dependent children (if born after nomination).

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