Canada PR Under Saskatchewan Immigration Nominee Program

Canada PR for low skilled worker Under Saskatchewan Immigration Nominee Program
Currently, the following categories are open under Saskatchewan immigration program with yearly fixed quota (January to December):
5.      Long Haul Truck Drivers& Hospitality sector (200applicants) and
6.      Health Professions & Existing work permits (450applicants)

 

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Here now Singh and associates Lawyer  explain how even low skilled worker get immigration to Canada. You are eligible to immigrate to Canada under Saskatchewan Provincial Nominee Program, Business category, if you meet the following conditions:
5. Long Haul Truck Drivers&Hospitality Sector Pilot Project
Applicants must have
·         been working for 6 months on a work permit in a Saskatchewan trucking firm
·         Have a job offer from Saskatchewan trucking firm
·         Saskatchewan driving license
·         Have CLB 4 language skill (Listening 4.5, reading 3.5, writing 4, speaking 4)
The trucking firm must
·   Have been in operation for the last 5 years primarily in long distance trucking business, Pay for applicant’s health insurance until they are covered by publicly funded policy, pay airfare to and from the worker’s country of residence obtain LMO.
Hospitality Sector Pilot Project
Eligible occupations
·         Food/Beverage Server (NOC 6453)
·         Food Counter Attendant/Kitchen Helper (NOC 6641)
·         Housekeeping/Cleaning Staff (NOC 6661)
Applicant Eligibility
To apply to the Hospitality Sector Project, you must:
Have completed Grade 12 education (or its equivalent).
Work for an employer that has been approved by the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) to participate in the Hospitality Sector Project
Have Worked in Saskatchewan for  six months
Have sufficient English language ability for continued employment in Saskatchewan.
Have a minimum IELTS 4.5 bands or higher English Language ability across all 4 categories (listening 4.5, speaking 4, reading 3.5 and writing 4)
 Employer Eligibility
The employer must,
1.      obtain a Service Canada Labour Market Opinion (LMO)
2.      apply for SINP approval by submitting the SINP-500-4 Hospitality Sector Recruitment and Settlement Plan, which outlines their approach to accommodation, settlement and retention for the foreign worker
3.      demonstrate that their recruitment efforts have failed to hire Canadians.
4.      establish English language ability required to perform the job. If English ability is basic, the employer must provide English training.
5.      Provide the SINP and Service Canada copies of both the Service Canada employer-employee contract and the offer of permanent employment that will take effect after the initial 12 months.
This article deals with eligibility criteria for Long Haul Truckin and Hospitality sector occupations.
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5. Long Haul Truck Drivers&Hospitality Sector Pilot Project
Applicants must have
·         been working for 6 months on a work permit in a Saskatchewan trucking firm
·         Have a job offer from Saskatchewan trucking firm
·         Saskatchewan driving license
·         Have CLB 4 language skill (Listening 4.5, reading 3.5, writing 4, speaking 4)
The trucking firm must
·         have been in operation for the last 5 years primarily in long distance trucking business,
·         Pay for applicants’ health insurance until they are covered by publicly funded policy,
·         pay airfare to and from the worker’s country of residence
·         obtain LMO
Hospitality Sector Pilot Project
Eligible occupations
·         Food/Beverage Server (NOC 6453)
·         Food Counter Attendant/Kitchen Helper (NOC 6641)
·         Housekeeping/Cleaning Staff (NOC 6661)
Applicant Eligibility
To apply to the Hospitality Sector Project, you must:

Have completed Grade 12 education (or its equivalent).

Work for an employer that has been approved by the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) to participate in the Hospitality Sector Project

Have Worked in Saskatchewan for  six months

Have sufficient English language ability for continued employment in Saskatchewan.

Have a minimum IELTS 4.5 bands or higher English Language ability across all 4 categories (listening 4.5, speaking 4, reading 3.5 and writing 4)

Employer Eligibility

The employer must,
6.      obtain a Service Canada Labour Market Opinion (LMO)
7.      apply for SINP approval by submitting the SINP-500-4 Hospitality Sector Recruitment and Settlement Plan, which outlines their approach to accommodation, settlement and retention for the foreign worker
8.      demonstrate that their recruitment efforts have failed to hire Canadians.
9.      establish English language ability required to perform the job. If English ability is basic, the employer must provide English training.
10.  Provide the SINP and Service Canada copies of both the Service Canada employer-employee contract and the offer of permanent employment that will take effect after the initial 12 months.    
6. Health Professions• Doctors• Nurses

• Other health professions  

ELIGIBILITYYou must,be working full-time in Saskatchewan as a physician, nurse or other health professional on a temporary work permit for at least six months in order to apply Canada immigration. Contact the appropriate organization to determine what further studies, examinations and/or certifications you need to qualify for jobs in Saskatchewan:• Physicians: contact the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Saskatchewan (CoPSS).

• Nurses: contact the relevant nursing licensing association:  Saskatchewan Association of Licensed Practical Nurses (SALPN), Registered Psychiatric Nurses Association of Saskatchewan (RPNAS) or Saskatchewan Registered Nurses’ Association (SRNA).

• Other Health Professions: Click here for a list of regulatory authorities.

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