Through the Family Members category of the SINP, immigrants living Saskatchewan can help their family member(s), who is skilled and wants to immigrate, live and work in Saskatchewan. In other words, to be eligible to qualify for this category, international skilled workers must have a family member in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan, who possesses the Canadian citizenship/PR status. Besides, the family member must have been residing in the province for a minimum period of twelve months.
Eligible family members who can help international skilled workers to immigrate and work in Saskatchewan include:
- First cousins
- Step-family members
Below are some of the eligibility criteria for the applicants of the Family Members category:
- The age of applicants must be between 18-49 years.
- Applicants must have a signed written document which serves as the evidence of support from their family member(s) living in the province of Saskatchewan.
- Applicants must have completed at least one year of post-secondary education, training or apprenticeship. They must possess a diploma; a certificate or a degree for the completion of the educational program.
- Applicants must have a minimum period of 1 year work experience in the field of their education or training.
- Applicants must have proficiency in English language to be employed in Saskatchewan.
- Applicants must possess a permanent, regular employment offer from a Saskatchewan local employer.
For more information, contact an Immigration and Visa Consultant!