Saskatchewan Immigration Program

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FOR SASKATCHEWAN NOMINATION PROGRAMs TO CANADIAN IMMIGRATION

The immigration policy is open for the following occupations:

0423       Managers in social and community services 1311       Accounting technicians
2174       Computer Programmers and interactive media developers 2251       Architectural technologists and technicians
3211       Medical laboratory technologists 3215       Medical radiation technologists
3216       Medical sonographers 3234       Paramedics
4151       Psychologists 4212       Social and community service workers
4214       Early childhood educators 4215       Instructors of persons with disabilities
5254       Program leaders and instructors in recreation, sport and fitness 6331       Meat Cutters
6332       Bakers 7292       Glaziers
7312       Heavy-duty equipment mechanics/technicians 7321       Automotive service technicians, truck and bus mechanics and mechanical repairers
7322       Motor vehicle body repairers

Get your Saskatchewan Immigration assessment here.

Even though most people apply through the Canadian Federal Immigration programs, Saskatchewan – a province of Canada has its own immigration policy you can choose. It is called the SINP (Saskatchewan Immigration Nominee Program). The criteria for selection is different from the Federal Express Entry program.

You can apply for Saskatchewan if there is a shortage of persons in your occupation. The occupations change from time to time.

By selecting this program, the AukSun Team will assist you in completing the required SINP immigration formalities and your settlement in the Saskatchewan province.

AukSun’s team will assist and guide you through your initial assessment, eligibility, formalities in the immigration process, the collection of documents until your selection in immigration and arrival in Saskatchewan Canada.

We will facilitate you with search tools to secure Jobs in Saskatchewan, write your LinkedIn and resume suited to Canadian standards and prepare you for interviews. Guidance about Medical Examination, Immigration Interview, and changes in your circumstances is also provided.

In addition to the Canadian education equivalence, and before you apply, Saskatchewan may require you to register with your Occupational licensing authorities.  Our team will assist and guide you in completing formalities e.g. language ability assessment, work experience, and business/job search arrangements. Our team will assist you in completing work-related documents, your funds and net-worth requirements, proof of your relatives and creating your SINP profile. You will be supported in completing and sending a complete application, organising your Immigration binder with complete formalities and documents, help you with paying fees, filling Immigration forms, Interview preparation, processing times etc.

Our terms of engagement can be viewed here: http://www.auksun.com/terms.html

Our consultation fee for the program is PKR 40,000 (*US$330). You can pay using a debit or credit card: 

To pay through ATM or Bank Transfer you may click the link below:

 

So go ahead and make Saskatchewan, your new homeland!

Contents

MEETING 1

    MEETING 2

    • Step 2. Documents you need for Saskatchewan
    • Step 3. IELTS preparation
    • Step 4. IELTS Overview
    • Step 4A. Be fluent in English – Part 1
    • Step 4B. Be fluent in English – Part 2
    • Step 4C. Be fluent in English – Part 3
    • Step 5. ECA Education Evaluation for Saskatchewan
    • Step 5A. SINP Requirements Related to Professional Status or Licensure
    • Step 5B. Example – SINP Requirements for Early Childhood Educators
    • Step 5C. Migrating under SINP and your occupation is not on their list
    • Step 6. ECA Process explained in video

    MEETING 3 – PREPARE TO APPLY FOR SASKATCHEWAN

    • Step 7. Funds to accompany and Net-worth
    • Step 8. Proof of Relatives in Saskatchewan
    • Step 9. My Friends in Saskatchewan
    • Step 9A. Sending complete SINP application
    • Step 10. Making a profile for Saskatchewan
    • Step 10A. Create an SINP profile
    • Step 11. Organizing your Immigration binder

    MEETING 4 – WORK EXPERIENCE

    • Step 12. Pre-preparing mock forms
    • Step 13. Documents required
    • Step 14. Applying for provinces other than Saskatchewan
    • Step 15. Gathering your work related documents

    MEETING 5 – FILLING FORMS

    • Step 16. Prepare a good resume
    • Step 17. Your LinkedIn profile
    • Step 18. LinkedIn beginner’s guide
    • Step 19. Paying Immigration Fees
    • Step 20. Filling and uploading Immigration forms
    • Step 21. Expected processing time

    MEETING 6 – JOB SEARCH

    • Step 22. Job Bank and job search tools
    • Step 23. Searching for jobs
    • Step 23A. Video-High salary jobs in Saskatchewan
    • Step 23B. Guidance for Employers in preparing job offer for you
    • Step 24. Are you prepared for your Job interview
    • Step 24A. Employers in Saskatchewan
    • Step 24B. Video – Canadian Job interview
    • Step 24C. Video – Applying for Work Permit for Canada

      MEETING 7 – MEDICAL AND INTERVIEW

      • Step 25. Your Medical Examination
      • Step 26. Video – Life in Saskatchewan
      • Step 27 Video – Moving to Canada What You Should Know
      • Step 28. Interview at the Embassy
      • Step 29. Video – Top 5 mistakes at Visa interviews – Part 1
      • Step 29A. Video – Top 5 mistakes at Visa interviews – Part 2
      • Step 30. Changes in my circumstances

      MEETING 8 – CANADA, HERE I AM!

      • Step 31. Video – Immigration Interview at the Airport
      •  Step 32. Video – Permanent Resident Card

      MEETING 9 – MISC.

      • Step 33. Acknowledgments, Reference links
      • Step 34. Making Economic Immigration Work for Canada
      • Step 35. Your First Two Weeks in Saskatchewan
      • Step 36. Services for Immigrants available in Saskatchewan
      • SASKATCHEWAN IMMIGRATION
        • 1. Disclaimer policy
        • Getting to know the Saskatchewan Province
        • Step 1. Applying for Saskatchewan

      Instructor

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      Azeem Khan, member ICCRC; R413215, Tel/WhatsApp: +92(0)300 285 7861 AukSun Consultants was founded by Azeem U. Khan in 2001 and later incorporated on 24th Nov 2005. Azeem Khan is an L.L.M and MBA and member ICCRC Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council No. R413215 & ex-CSIC. He is entrepreneurial having over 20 years' experience of various businesses, law firms and multinationals.
      $330.00