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Health Professionals

Overview

Effective March 24, 2021, the Regina SINP office will be closed for in-person services until April 26, 2021. Please contact the SINP by phone at 1-833-613-0485 or by email at immigration@gov.sk.ca.

If you are outside of Canada and have submitted a paper work permit application to the Government of Canada (GoC) that has not yet been processed, then you will need to resubmit it as an electronic application. Fees paid for the electronic application will be refunded at a later date when the paper application is received by the GoC and reviewed or you can request a refund using this process.

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 new Immigration FAQs.

This stream is for skilled workers who:

  • Have been working full-time in Saskatchewan for at least six months. And have a temporary work permit as a:
    • Physician
    • Nurse
    • Other health professional
  • Meet the SINP criteria. The criteria can change at any time, but we will use what was on this website when we received your application.

Application Streams

You can apply for SINP nomination as a:

Find out what studies, exams, or certifications you may need:

To find a job:

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