Saskatchewan is a Canadian province with a huge economy and many exports including minerals and grain. Saskatchewan also has the most categories for eligibility in its Provincial Nominee Program, which is a popular immigration program that offers permanent residence and is a quicker way of immigrating than many other streams.
There are many different categories for the Saskatchewan Provincial Nominee Program, all of which have their own requirements and specifications.
If you have a full time job offer in Saskatchewan, you could qualify. You will need a job offer as a skilled worker or you must have already worked for six months on a temporary work permit.
Long Haul Truck Drivers can qualify if they obtain a work permit, have experience and have a valid trucking license.
Health professionals on a work permit and who have a full-time job offer can qualify.
Students who have graduated from specific programs such as Master’s or PhD and have a job offer in the province can qualify.
Farmers with a net worth of $500,000 and who are purchasing a farming operation can qualify.
If you have a net worth of at least $300,000 and can make an investment in a business, have proven experience in managing a business and plan to own a third of a business or invest $1 million, you could qualify.
If you own a patent or innovative IT idea and are going to commercialize it through investment in Saskatchewan, you could qualify.
An investment of $10 million could have you qualify.
If you have a valid work permit in a hospitality field and work experience in Saskatchewan, you could qualify.
If you have a close family member who is a Canadian citizen or permanent resident and lives in Saskatchewan, will sign an affidavit to support you and you have work experience in your field of education, you could qualify.
Are you interested in applying under the Saskatchewan Provincial Nominee Program? If you think you qualify, or would prefer to live in another Canadian province or territory and want to explore your option, please contact our immigration law firm for assistance.
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