Saskatchewan updated the processing time of various streams of the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP). According to the new data, in the second quarter of 2021, in the International Skilled Worker category, the processing time in the Employment Offer stream was 3 weeks, in the Occupation In-Demand stream – 23 weeks, and in the Express Entry stream – 22 weeks. In the Saskatchewan Experience category, the processing time in the Existing Work Permit stream, International Students stream, Truck Drivers stream and Hospitality Workers stream was 1 week, and in the Health Professionals stream – 4 weeks. In the Entrepreneur and Farm category, the processing time for the Entrepreneur Nominations Stream was 10 weeks. For the Entrepreneurs Applications and Farmers streams, the province has not provided any information regarding the processing times. The Job Approval Process, the authorization for an employer to hire a foreign worker through the SINP, took 9 weeks. The processing times show the average time, that it takes for 80% of applications to be processed. These processing times are an average based on the past quarter. They may not tell the precise processing times for future applications.
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