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Friday, February 05, 2016


Important Notices

The Application Intake Threshold for the International Skilled Worker – Occupations In-Demand Sub-Category and the Saskatchewan Express Entry Sub-Category have been reached for 2016; however, the SINP is still accepting applications to the International Skilled Worker Category – Employment Offer Sub-Category.

Effective October 26, 2015, Citizenship and Immigration Canada has made changes impacting employers of provincial nominees. Please visit the SINP for Employers for more information.

The SINP Entrepreneur category has selected the first candidates out of the Expression of Interest (EOI) candidate pool. Visit Entrepreneur Category for more information.

Learn about the SINP and begin your online application.

Complete the employer registration and learn more about hiring foreign workers.

Saskatchewan has laws to protect immigrants and foreign workers during the immigration and recruitment process. Learn about the legislation or apply for a recruiting or consulting licence.

The Foreign Worker Recruitment and Immigration Services Act Valid Service Provider Lists for Foreign Worker Recruiters and Immigration Consultants

A useful checklist of the first things you need to do once you arrive in Saskatchewan.

Regional Newcomer Gateways are welcome centres for newcomers arriving in Saskatchewan, whether you are from outside Canada or another Canadian province, they are there to help you.

Find out about programs to help you learn English when you arrive in Saskatchewan.

Important information about living and working in Saskatchewan is available in a variety of languages.

Search for immigration and settlement programs and services near you.

Read these stories and watch videos from people who have made Saskatchewan their new home.

Search the job bank or post your resumé for employers to view.

Services from the Government of Saskatchewan available in French

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