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For temporary SINP measures and frequently asked questions related to the COVID-19 outbreak and how it may impact temporary residents, nominees and permanent residency applicants, please see the Immigration FAQs.
This sub-category is for skilled workers who:
To be eligible, you must be accepted into IRCC's Express Entry pool and pay a non-refundable $350 application fee by Visa or Mastercard.
You may qualify if you live outside Canada or have proof of legal status in Canada, are not a refugee claimant, and:
The program criteria can change at any time.
The points that you claimed on your EOI will determine the likelihood of receiving an invitation. Those with high scores within the pool of candidates will have a greater chance of being invited to apply. Once you are invited to apply, you will be required to provide proof to support the EOI points that you claimed. To remain eligible for a nomination you must meet the minimum points of the EOI Selection through which you received your Invitation to Apply (ITA).
If there are grounds to believe that an applicant and/or their representative have provided false information on an EOI profile or application to increase their points score, then our Program Integrity Unity (PIU) will undertake an investigation for misrepresentation. If misrepresentation is found to have taken place, the applicant may be suspended from using the SINP for two years (or more, in the case of a repeat offence).
An International Skilled Worker EOI is not an application to the SINP.
An International Skilled Worker EOI shows your interest in applying to the SINP and provides your qualifications.
For more info, see International Skilled Worker EOI System.
Not all candidates who submit an International Skilled Worker EOI will be invited to apply. There are no limits on the number of candidates who can submit an EOI. Candidates can only have one EOI profile.
For help on how to create your EOI profile, please see the EOI OASIS Guide.
The following cannot apply:
You may not be eligible if:
After getting your Invitation to Apply through the Expression of Interest system, you must:
Applications that are sent with missing documents or not translated will be closed. If your application is closed, you will be sent a letter and asked to reapply.
If you are successful in getting a nomination from the SINP, IRCC will process most complete applications in 6 months or less.Apply online to the SINP
You do not need to use an immigration representative or consultant to apply to the SINP. If you want one, you must make sure they are a lawyer in Canada in good standing with a provincial law society or licensed by the Government of Saskatchewan. Visit Using an Immigration Representative for more information or see a list of approved immigration consultants. You can learn more about Saskatchewan's laws that protect foreign workers by visiting Protection for Immigrants and Foreign Workers.
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