SINP In Demand Occupation list 2019
About Canada’s SINP Stream
Canada’s Saskatchewan province has been actively inviting skilled workers via its Provincial Nominee Program known as Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP). The SINP has two key streams, which are:
- Express Entry Subcategory and
- Occupation in Demand (OID) Subcategory
The Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program permits people living outside Canada who fit into the eligibility classifications offered by SINP, to have a chance to apply for Permanent Residency in Canada. Every year, Indians in large number immigrate to Saskatchewan. This year, it could be you!
To apply for SINP, candidate must have to show a formal interest in writing to the government of Saskatchewan. This process of declaring interest in immigration is called submitting an Expression of Interest (EOI). Currently, SINP has its own streams as well as express entry linked streams to call immigrants from the federal pool of applicants. The selected candidates by the SINP can get 600 extra CRS points, which guarantee that they get Invitation to Apply (ITA) in the next draw.
Presently SINP is seeking immigrants from the list of Occupations in Demand 2019. This list keeps on changing from time to time. In fact, SINP has recently updated its demand list in a unique way. It has released the list of occupations that are not in demand in the province! Generally, provinces are required to release list of those occupations that are facing labour shortages and are in demand of skilled workforce.
SINP Occupation in-demand list changes 2019
The province of Saskatchewan has declared an interesting change in its occupation in-demand list, for both the Saskatchewan express entry and occupations in-demand of the International Skilled Worker visa class. The streams will presently acknowledge those candidates who are having at least one year of work experience in any skilled occupation mentioned in the NOC list, as long as it is not present on the SINP Excluded Occupation List.
People with the following occupations are excluded from applying to the Occupations In- Demand (OID) and Express Entry (EE) program sub-categories. This is a list of occupations that are not eligible for these program subcategories.
|0012||Senior government managers and officials|
|0015||Senior managers – trade, broadcasting and other services, n.e.c.|
|0311||Managers in health care|
|0411||Government managers – health and social policy development and program administration|
|0412||Government managers – economic analysis, policy development and program administration|
|0413||Government managers – education policy development and program administration|
|0414||Other managers in public administration|
|0422||School principals and administrators of elementary and secondary education|
|0431||Commissioned police officers|
|0432||Fire chiefs and senior firefighting officers|
|0433||Commissioned officers of the Canadian Forces|
|0511||Library, archive, museum and art gallery managers|
|0512||Managers – publishing, motion pictures, broadcasting and performing arts|
|0513||Recreation, sports and fitness program and service directors|
|0823||Managers in aquaculture|
|1111||Financial auditors and accountants|
|1113||Securities agents, investment dealers and brokers|
|1227||Court officers and justices of the peace|
|1228||Employment insurance, immigration, border services and revenue officers|
|1312||Insurance adjusters and claims examiners|
|1314||Assessors, valuators and appraisers|
|1315||Customs, ship and other brokers|
|2111||Physicists and astronomers|
|2113||Geoscientists and oceanographers|
|2114||Meteorologists and climatologists|
|2115||Other professional occupations in physical sciences|
|2153||Urban and land use planners|
|2271||Air pilots, flight engineers and flying instructors|
|2273||Deck officers, water transport|
|2274||Engineer officers, water transport|
|2275||Railway traffic controllers and marine traffic regulators|
|3011||Nursing co-ordinators and supervisors|
|3012||Registered nurses and registered psychiatric nurses|
|3112||General practitioners and family physicians|
|3124||Allied primary health practitioners|
|3125||Other professional occupations in health diagnosing and treating|
|3132||Dietitians and nutritionists|
|3141||Audiologists and speech-language pathologists|
|3144||Other professional occupations in therapy and assessment|
|3213||Animal health technologists and veterinary technicians|
|3222||Dental hygienists and dental therapists|
|3232||Practitioners of natural healing|
|3233||Licensed practical nurses|
|4012||Post-secondary teaching and research assistants|
|4031||Secondary school teachers|
|4032||Elementary school and kindergarten teachers|
|4112||Lawyers and Quebec notaries|
|4154||Professional occupations in religion|
|4155||Probation and parole officers and related occupations|
|4168||Program officers unique to government|
|4217||Other religious occupations|
|4311||Police officers (except commissioned)|
|4313||Non-commissioned ranks of the Canadian Forces|
|5112||Conservators and curators|
|5121||Authors and writers|
|5125||Translators, terminologists and interpreters|
|5131||Producers, directors, choreographers and related occupations|
|5132||Conductors, composers and arrangers|
|5133||Musicians and singers|
|5135||Actors and comedians|
|5136||Painters, sculptors and other visual artists|
|5211||Library and public archive technicians|
|5212||Technical occupations related to museums and art galleries|
|5222||Film and video camera operators|
|5223||Graphic arts technicians|
|5225||Audio and video recording technicians|
|5226||Other technical and co-ordinating occupations in motion pictures, broadcasting and the performing |
|5227||Support occupations in motion pictures, broadcasting, photography and the performing arts|
|5231||Announcers and other broadcasters|
|5232||Other performers, n.e.c.|
|5241||Graphic designers and illustrators|
|5242||Interior designers and interior decorators|
|5243||Theatre, fashion, exhibit and other creative designers|
|5244||Artisans and craftspersons|
|5245||Patternmakers – textile, leather and fur products|
|5253||Sports officials and referees|
|5254||Program leaders and instructors in recreation, sport and fitness|
|6231||Insurance agents and brokers|
|6232||Real estate agents and salespersons|
|6311||Food service supervisors|
|6314||Customer and information services supervisors|
|6341||Hairstylists and barbers|
|6343||Shoe repairers and shoemakers|
|6346||Funeral directors and embalmers|
|7233||Sheet metal workers|
|7247||Cable television service and maintenance technicians|
|7303||Supervisors, printing and related occupations|
|7318||Elevator constructors and mechanics|
|7331||Oil and solid fuel heating mechanics|
|7361||Railway and yard locomotive engineers|
|7372||Drillers and blasters – surface mining, quarrying and construction|
|8232||Oil and gas well drillers, servicers, testers and related workers|
|8261||Fishing masters and officers|
|9214||Supervisors, plastic and rubber products manufacturing|
|9217||Supervisors, textile, fabric, fur and leather products processing and manufacturing|
|9221||Supervisors, motor vehicle assembling|
|9222||Supervisors, electronics manufacturing|
|9223||Supervisors, electrical products manufacturing|
|9224||Supervisors, furniture and fixtures manufacturing|
|9227||Supervisors, other products manufacturing and assembly|
|9235||Pulping, papermaking and coating control operators|
|9243||Water and waste treatment plant operators|
Note that NOC “C” (occupations that usually require high-school or job-specific training) and NOC “D” (occupations that usually require on-the-job training) skill levels are not eligible for the Occupation In-Demand and Express Entry subcategories.
These occupations may be eligible through the International Skilled Worker Employment Offer and Saskatchewan Work Experience subcategories if your employer has registered with the Government of Saskatchewan and received approval for the job offer
This implies that a person, who is qualified to apply to any of the two streams, has to check the list of excluded occupations recently released by SINP. It has over 130 occupations are that excluded. This means that there are total 218 occupations now that are eligible.
The province of Saskatchewan has took a great step with this change in the NOC list as it has included wide range of occupations in the in-demand list associated with both its Express Entry and In-Demand Occupation sub-categories. The increase in the eligible occupations is massive i.e., from 19 occupations to more than 200.
This means that now more applicants from different occupational backgrounds can move to the province!
Note that those who are having an Express Entry profile and are chosen by the SINP will get 600 extra points and consequently, an ITA in the following draw.
Why choose SINP?
SINP is becoming an increasingly popular program for applying to Canada Permanent Residency via Provincial nomination. SINP has reasonable demand of skills from the applicant and that is why is suitable for candidates having mediocre level of abilities.
Saskatchewan is one of Canada’s fast developing province, having abundance of natural resources but little human resources. That is why the province keeps its door open for those candidates willing to come, settle and work in the economy.
Saskatchewan has a potential future of unmatchable development. We, at Oneclick, often suggest SINP to our clients who have already tried their luck in the Express Entry. This means that we consider SINP has the second best choice to immigrate to Canada.
What is the qualification for SINP stream?
To to be qualified under SINP, the applicant needs to have certain level of skills and expertise. Also, to apply, a candidate needs to pay a non-refundable amount of $300 as application charges.
Following are the basic eligibility points that one must meet in order to apply for SINP and immigrate to Canada quickly in just 6-8 months:
- Must score minimum of 60 points out of 100 on SINP point grid
- Must obtain minimum CLB level 4 in the language ability test (IELTS)
- Must be holding a degree of 3 years. This degree, if obtained outside of Canada, need to get an Educational Credential Assessment (ECA) from an assigned organisation in Canada in order to certify the proficiency as well as relevancy of the degree earned by the applicant
- Must have minimum of a year’s work experience in the previous 10 years in a skilled occupation mentioned in the latest SINP occupation list. It is important to have the valid work experience in an occupation that is mentioned in the Occupation Classification expertise level 0, A or B
- Have confirmation of assets and settlement plan to live in Saskatchewan
- Moreover, the candidate may require to provide a licensure for their field of work (if the government of Saskatchewan says so)
Apply to SINP with Oneclick Visas!
There are various ways to apply for SINP but the best out of those is to apply through Oneclick Visas. Our experts has been filing for SINP nomination since years and more than 5,000 applicants have immigrated to the province of Saskatchewan under our expert guidance!
Saskatchewan currently is open to almost all types of applications. Whether you are willing to work or study or go just to spend your summer vacations, the province will welcome you with open gates.
The per the latest SINP occupation list, we can predict that now there will be more admissions through SINP stream as the number of occupations the province demands has increased. Saskatchewan is the perfect place for the people hoping to work and settle there with family. It’s safe, immigrant-friendly and has many career opportunities for skilled Indians.
So if you are ready to start a new chapter in your life by immigrating to the advancing economy of Canada, take your first step today! Oneclick can pre-assess your eligibility for SINP and every other stream you are interested to apply through.
To know more, get in touch with us by calling our immigration experts or simply by visiting our office.