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Great news from Canada!!Saskatchewan is attracting Skilled Workers from around the world who wish to live and work in the province of Saskatchewan, Canada. This is your golden ticket to Canada! Through the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP), the government of Saskatchewan recently introduced the International Skilled Worker Hard-To-Fill Skills Pilot program. This program is designed to address Saskatchewan’s labour and recruitment challenges for certain entry-level and low-skilled positions. Do you want to know your eligibility for a Hard-To-Fill Skills Pilot (SINP) for Canada?


Who is Eligible for the Hard-To-Fill Skills Pilot Program?

At this time, there are currently 23 National Occupational Classification (NOC) codes that are eligible to apply for the Hard-To-Fill Skills pilot program.

These codes include:

  • 1521 – Shippers & Receivers

  • 1525 – Dispatchers

  • 3413 – Nurse aides, orderlies & patient service associates

  • 3414 – Other assisting occupations in support of health services

  • 4412 – Home support workers, housekeepers & related occupations

  • 6513 – Food & beverage workers

  • 6525 – Hotel front desk clerks

  • 6711 – Food counter attendants, kitchen helpers & related support occupations

  • 6713 – Light duty cleaners

  • 6733 – Janitors, caretakers & building superintendents

  • 7452 – Material handlers

  • 7511 – Transport truck drivers

  • 7521 – Heavy equipment operators (except crane)

  • 7611 – Construction trades helpers & labourers

  • 8431 – General farm workers

  • 9416 – Metalworking & forging machine operators

  • 9431 – Sawmill machine operators

  • 9461 – Process control and machine operators, food, beverage & associated processing

  • 9526 – Mechanical assemblers & inspectors

  • 9536 – Industrial painters, coaters & metal finishing process operators

  • 9612 – Labourers in metal fabrications

  • 9617 – Labourers in food, beverage & associated products processing

  • 9619 – Other labourers in processing, manufacturing & utilities

Here is a step-by-step breakdown of the application process for the International Skilled Worker Hard-to-Fill Skills Pilot in Saskatchewan:

  1. Job Offer: Secure a full-time job offer from an approved Saskatchewan employer in one of the designated hard-to-fill professions. To start your search, please visit

  2. SINP Job Approval Letter: The employer applies for a SINP Job Approval Letter on your behalf. They will need to provide necessary documentation to demonstrate that the job offer meets the program requirements.

  3. Application to SINP: Once the employer receives the SINP Job Approval Letter, you can proceed to submit your application to the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) online portal. Ensure that you meet all the eligibility criteria and have the required supporting documents.

  4. Document Submission: Upload all the required documents, which may include your passport, educational credentials, language test results, work experience letters, and proof of settlement funds.

  5. Application Assessment: The SINP will review your application, documents, and eligibility against the program requirements. This assessment process may take some time, and you may be contacted for additional information or clarifications if needed.

  6. Provincial Nomination: If your application is approved, you will receive a provincial nomination from the SINP. This nomination allows you to apply for permanent residency through Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC).

  7. Permanent Residency Application: With the provincial nomination, you can proceed to apply for permanent residency to IRCC. Follow the instructions provided by IRCC and submit the required documents, including medical examinations and police certificates.

  8. Background Check and Processing: IRCC will conduct background checks, including security checks and verification of documents. The processing time for permanent residency applications may vary, and it’s advisable to regularly check the IRCC website for updates.

  9. Final Decision: If your permanent residency application is approved, you will receive a Confirmation of Permanent Residence (COPR) and a permanent resident visa (if applicable). This allows you to travel to Canada and officially become a permanent resident.

To Be Eligible, You Need To:

  • Have at least one year of full-time work experience in your intended occupation or related field in the past three years, or six months (780 hours) of full-time work with the employer that's given you the Job Approval Letter.

  • Boast a language score of at least Canadian Language Benchmark (CLB) 4 - don't worry, you got this!

  • Hold a high school diploma or higher education.

  • Secure an SINP-approved offer for a permanent, full-time job in Saskatchewan – that's your ticket to show that this dream is real!

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The best part? Abundant opportunities for both skilled and unskilled individuals across all professions!

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Sohail Ahmad
Sep 16, 2023


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