Our Program Integrity Branch enhances Saskatchewan's reputation as the leading destination of choice for immigrants, by working to ensure the well-being and protection of the rights of foreign workers and other immigrants in the province.
How to get help:
The Program Integrity Unit takes all complaints and concerns from foreign workers seriously and is committed to investigating any complaints related to the mistreatment of foreign workers on a timely basis while protecting workers’ privacy and confidentiality.
By informing the Program Integrity Unit of issues or concerns you will not be deported and your status in Canada will not be affected. Your personal information will be kept confidential.
To speak to a Program Integrity officer, call 306.787.0006 or send an email to email@example.com
Procedural Fairness Guidelines
As of September 1, 2009 the Program Integrity Unit has implemented Procedural Fairness Guidelines to ensure transparency and due process in all the Immigration Services Division’s programs and services, including reviews undertaken by the Program Integrity Unit.
How it works:
When the Program Integrity Unit receives a complaint or is made aware of a potential incident, the procedural fairness guidelines will apply.
- The Program Integrity Unit will review the details of the incident or complaint in order to determine whether there are reasonable grounds to warrant a formal review.
- If a formal review is deemed necessary, the Program Integrity Unit will inform the involved parties that a formal review is underway and that they may be contacted in the future to provide information or meet with Program Integrity officials.
- Involved parties will be given an opportunity to respond to the issue and will have the right to request a meeting with the Program Integrity Unit or present additional information regarding the incident at any time during the review process.
- Following the review, the assessment and outcomes will be communicated to the parties involved.
- If the Program Integrity Unit determines that there are reasonable grounds to believe that the involved party has been involved in an incident, steps will be taken to resolve the situation, including, but not limited to, making the appropriate referrals to other agencies or organizations for action, and denying access to and participation in the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) or any other applicable Saskatchewan immigration programs.
If you require further information or have any questions about the Procedural Fairness Guidelines, please call 306.787.8006 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
To speak to a Program Integrity officer, contact:
Tel: (Canada 001) 306.787.0006 (in Regina), or
For more information or questions about the Procedural Fairness Guidelines, contact:
Tel: (Canada 001) 306.787.8006 (in Regina), or