The Canadian federal government has planned to increase the figure of skilled overseas nationals in the country to 775 with Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP). The federal government of Saskatchewan revealed that a surge in applicants’ number would decrease the labour shortage in the country.
In conjunction with 775 additional nominees, Saskatchewan government is ready to accept request from 5,500 more applicants in 2015. As a result, the Canadian government is about to see a 16 percent rise in nominations in 2015 when compared to last year.
All added nominations can be done through the new Saskatchewan express entry group of SINP, that is about to be launched on 2 January in conjunction with federal government of Canada new Express Entry request scheme. All requests will be accepted in the beginning of the year 2015 under the new scheme of Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program.
This new request system will pick few skilled candidates from a group of immigrants and will allow them to apply for permanent residency in the country. Some of the benefits that a skilled worker can gain from this new migration program are- can easily get permanent residency and places for small and large businesses, which are willing to fill the labor shortages of the country to enhance the country’s economy, according to Immigration minister, Jeremy Harrison.
The minister further noted that increase in additional nominees of 5500 in 2015 would result in a surge of permanent residents to 14,000 with their family member in the country.