The Province of Saskatchewan (Saskatchewan), abbreviated as the Province of Saskatchewan or the Province of Sand, abbreviated as SK. The name Saskatchewan is thought to have been coined by early Native Americans, referring to the fast-flowing rivers that run through the territory. Saskatchewan was created in 1905 as the Prairie Provinces, along with the neighboring provinces of Alberta and Manitoba. Saskatchewan has long been known for its agricultural and livestock production, and is an important breadbasket of Canada.
The Saskatchewan Nominee Program (SINP), one of the fastest ways to immigrate to Canada, was established on the basis of negotiations between the federal and provincial governments. Saskatchewan’s provincial nomination program is a priority category and takes longer to apply than other immigration categories.
On July 10, 2018, Saskatchewan time, SINP suddenly announced the implementation of EOI high-score selection on July 16, 2018. Since then, Saskatchewan skilled immigrants have ended the history of needing to compete for quotas. The current scoring system in Saskatchewan has a full score of 110 points, and the passing score is 60 points, of which Saskatchewan employers can add 30 points, and Saskatchewan relatives can add 20 points.