SINP Points Calculator

Saskatchewan Immigration Points Calculator

Saskatchewan Immigration Nominee Program (SINP) is an immigration program that will allow you to live as a permanent resident in Saskatchewan. There are four immigration categories under Saskatchewan PNP:

International Skilled Worker Category: Foreign skilled workers can apply for Saskatchewan PNP through this category. If you can meet the minimum requirements of this category like have work experience in a Saskatchewan occupation in-demand, etc. you can be selected for the provincial nomination.

Saskatchewan Experience Category: This category is for temporary foreign workers already working in the province to apply for provincial nomination.

Entrepreneur and Farm Category: This category is for those immigrants who are planning to run a business or farm in Saskatchewan. These categories have different immigration processes as well as requirements.

A minimum score of 60/110 points is required under SINP International Skilled Worker (ISW) sub-category if you want to apply for Saskatchewan PNP through SINP’s International skilled worker and Entrepreneur category.

Know your Saskatchewan PNP score with the use of our SINP points calculator. 

What is the minimum requirement for SINP for a skilled worker?

Following are the minimum requirements for SINP’s Express entry category:


  • Must score a minimum of 60 points out of 110 in the Saskatchewan PNP points calculator.
  • Must have a valid Express Entry program profile and job seeker validation code.
  • Must take IELTS to prove language proficiency.
  • Must have completed a minimum of one year of post-secondary education or training (degree, diploma, or certificate) with an ECA.
  • Must have a minimum level of work experience required in an occupation that is classified under NOC skill level 0, A, or B, and the occupation must be in-demand in the province. (In case, occupation is regulated in the province then candidates must be provided with respective certification or licensing).
  • Must have sufficient amounts of settlement funds and a settlement plan. 

    What are the main factors for the SINP Points Calculator?

    SINP point assessment grid awards point based on the following factors:


    • Labour Market Success (Maximum 80 points)
    • Education and Training
    • Skilled Work Experience
    • Language Ability
    • Age
    • Connection to Saskatchewan Labour Market & Adaptability (Maximum 30 points)

    How points are awarded in the SINP Points Calculator

    These points are awarded based on the following factors:

    Selection Factor Points
    Education and training 23
    Skilled Work Experience 15
    Language Ability 20
    Age 12
    Connection to Saskatchewan labor market 30

    Education and Training

    Educational qualifications Points
    Master’s or Doctorate Degree 23
    University Bachelor’s Degree (Minimum 3-year program) 20
    Trade Certification 20
    Degree, diploma, or certificate (Minimum 2 year program) 15
    Degree, diploma, or certificate (Minimum 1 year program) 12

    Skilled Work Experience

    In 5 years prior to Application Submission

    Duration (In years) Points
    5 10
    4 8
    3 6
    2 4
    1 2

    In 6-10 years prior to Application Submission

    Duration (In years) Points
    5 5
    4 4
    3 3
    2 2
    Less than 1 year 0

    Language Proficiency

    CLB Level Points
    8 and higher 20
    7 18
    6 16
    5 14
    4 12


    Age (In years) Points
    Less than 18 0
    18-21 8
    22-34 12
    35-45 10
    46-50 8
    More than 50 0

    All the above-mentioned give a total of 80 points under SINP calculator 2022.

    The remaining 30 points for immigrants who are having a strong connection to the Saskatchewan labor market, which shows a genuine intent and ability to successfully settle and economically establish in Saskatchewan as a permanent resident.

    Connection to Saskatchewan Labor Market Points
    Highly skilled employment offer from a Saskatchewan employer 30
    Close family relative in Saskatchewan 20
    Past work experience in Saskatchewan (at least 12 months of work in the past five years on a valid work permit) 5
    Past student experience in Saskatchewan (at least one-year full-time academic year of study at a recognized Saskatchewan post-secondary education institution on a valid study permit) 5

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