The New Year has begun with new energy and resolutions, but certain things will remain constant. Canada has faced strict lockdown, the uncertainty of the economy, and the Wuhan Virus pandemic. However, the only thing that remains constant is the frequent updates from Canada Immigration. During the pandemic, the Canadian government has not only focused to developed their provinces but also provided great support to the in-land applicants and Canada Study Visa aspirants.
A Review of 2021 Entry Draws
- Last year in 2021 Canada immigration has organized the online study infrastructure for the students who were in the country but unable to visit their institutes and outland candidates who were unable to travel to Canada due to border closure.
- Whereas, for the in-land post-study work visa and temporary work visa holders Canada Express Entry has held 17 draws.
- Throughout the year under the category, almost 100,000 in-land Canadian experience class candidates have been invited.
- In the hierarchy of Canada, immigration has managed the outlanders’ entry by closing FSWP (Federal Skilled Category) draws and only allowing the Provincial Nominee Program candidates.
- To get in detailed analysis for 2021 Express Entry Draws, please refer to our blog,
The New Year has started with the frequent Provincial Nominee Draws. British Columbia province has led from the front and declared three draws each week. On the other end, Ontario announced its back-to-back two draws. In continuation, Manitoba province has also announced its first draw of the year for in-land and outland applicants. How can one of most immigrant-oriented provinces remain behind in these frequent draws? So Saskatchewan has also their recent PNP draw under both categories.
Highlights of the Recent Saskatchewan Provincial Nominee Program (SINP)Draw
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- The recent draw has invited a total of 104 candidates from both of the SINP Streams.
- Saskatchewan Express Entry has invited 37 candidates with an active express entry profile.
- 67 candidates have got the nomination from the Occupation In-Demand category candidates.
- The latest draw cut-off is 68 points on Saskatchewan’s Expression of Interest (EOI) ranking system.
- The invited candidates have a valid Educational Credential Assessment.
- In this draw, the province has not invited the frequent occupation holders. They focused mainly on health and medical occupation professionals. Here is the list of the invited NOCs (National Occupational Classification).
- 4151 Psychologists
- 3234 Paramedical occupations
- 3216 Medical sonographers
- 3215 Medical radiation technologists
- 3211 Medical laboratory technologists
- 3143 Occupational therapists
Occupation Code Analysis
- Here is an analysis that gives an overview and potentiality of the declared NOCs in the recent draws.
|NOCs (National Occupational Classification)
||A number of time NOC Open in the year 2021 in SINP Draw
||A number of time NOC Open in the year 2020 in SINP Draw
|3234 Paramedical Occupations
|3216 Medical Sonographers
|3215 Medical Radiation Technologists
|3211 Medical Laboratory Technologists
|3143 Occupational Therapists
Here is an analysis that gives an overview and potentiality of the declared NOCs in the recent draws
About the NOCs License Criteria
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- 4151 Psychologists – According to the SINP License criteria, if any candidate may get a nomination, Saskatchewan Immigration or Canada Immigration may ask to fulfil license requirements for this code.
- 3234 Paramedical Occupations – This NOC code requires a license from the Saskatchewan College of Paramedics (SCoP). OR it may also require the national certification exam related to your practice level.
- 3216 Medical Sonographers – Those candidates who fall in these NOCs need to provide the documentation from Sonography Canada and eligibility to qualify for the examination OR it may also require Sonography Certification from the American Registry for Diagnostic Medical Sonography (ARDMS).
- 3215 Medical Radiation Technologists – these NOC holders require valid licensure (restricted or full) from the Saskatchewan Association of Medical Radiation Technologists (SAMRT) OR it may also require an email from SAMRT Registrar outlining your eligibility to apply to the Canadian Association of Medical Radiation Technologists (CAMRT) for credentials assessment and a letter from CMART that indicates that candidates’ results of the assessment and their access to the national certification exam.
- 3211 Medical Laboratory Technologists – The candidates who received the nomination under the 3211 NOC are required to provide licensure from the Saskatchewan Society of Medical Laboratory Technologists (SSMLT), OR they need to provide a copy of their Credential Document Review letter from the SSMLT Registrar. The letter indicates that the candidate meets the eligibility criteria of the Canadian Society for Medical Laboratory Science (CSMLS) and for the Credential Document Review application.
- 3143 Occupational Therapists – These NOC Candidates have to provide valid licensure from the Saskatchewan Society of Occupational Therapists (SSOT) OR it may require documentation from the Substantially Equivalent Assessment Seas (SEAS) also fulfil the requirement for the Professional Specific Credential Assessment (PSCA) to confirm the eligibility for the Competency Assessment.