Extra Points Are Given to Bilingual Speakers in Saskatchewan PNP



The Saskatchewan Immigration Program (SINP) uses a points system to evaluate which candidate would be eligible to immigrate. If Saskatchewan immigration candidates are proficient in both English and French, they will receive up to an additional 10 points which depends on their proficiency level.

Four categories of Saskatchewan’s immigration programs


  • International skilled Worker Category

  • Saskatchewan Experience Category

  • International Graduate Entrepreneur Category

  • Entrepreneur and Farm Category



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