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#1 ORYX

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Posted 19 February 2013 - 02:16 AM

Hi everyone

Are there anyone going the SINP Saskatchewan route?

We have started ours. Employer are doing SINP registration at the moment to give job offer.

Thanks for this wonderful forum.

PS: We applied for our unabridged birth certificates last week Thursday and received sms today for collection. (5 days)

#2 Ingrid Brunkhorst Hurrell

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Posted 19 February 2013 - 02:51 AM

PS: We applied for our unabridged birth certificates last week Thursday and received sms today for collection. (5 days)


Posted Image Wow, that was fast.
All the best with your application.



#3 Ingrid Brunkhorst Hurrell

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Posted 19 February 2013 - 02:56 AM

Hi everyone

Are there anyone going the SINP Saskatchewan route?

We have started ours. Employer are doing SINP registration at the moment to give job offer.


I was intrigued by the category you are applying under so did some reading up - just for my own curiosity.
Didn't realize one applies directly to the CIO in Sydney, NS and not through your visa office in the country of residence.
That should speed things up, I would imagine.
Will be interesting to watch and see how quickly you guys get to come! Posted Image

#4 Charles&Deirdre

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Posted 19 February 2013 - 04:49 AM

@Oryx, jy het omtrent die jackpot geslaan! Ons het na DRIE maande en n dreigbrief ons sertifikate gekry!!

The Norval Family Immigration Timeline

08 April 2013  -  Skype interview with recruitment agency

23 April 2013  -  Skype interview with employer

07 May 2013  -  Job offer signed

06 June 2013 -  Medicals, submitted online

22 July 2013  -  Work Permit Application sent to Pretoria

30 Aug 2013  -  Passports can be collected from Pretoria

25 Oct 2013  -   Landed in Toronto


#5 Strife&Tifa

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Posted 19 February 2013 - 08:02 AM

Hi There,




Does one need to get a job offer in order to apply for SINP? I thought that this was the standard?


08/12/2012 : Decided to Immigrate to Canada :-)

03/02/2014 : Unabriged birth certificates requested; Received back: The Month of March. Mothers unabridged only got back in June.

27/02/2014 : Police clearance application sent; Received back: In the Month of May

15/03/2014 : IELTS Tests completed; Results: 29 March 2014

01/05/2014 : FSW Application opens. We are still waiting for other documentation such as Wes and Mothers unabridged Birth Certificate

05/05/2014 : Applied for Credential Assessment; Received back: 27/05/2014

18/06/2014 : FSW Visa Application sent to Nova Scotia - Now the waiting game starts !

 

ONWARDS and UPWARDS!!!!





 


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Posted 30 January 2014 - 12:09 AM

Hi all,

I have just found the Saskatchewan SINP without LMO page. unfortunately, applications opened on 2 January 2014 and closed with cap of 250 reached on 11 January 2014. Basically open to skilled workers with or without LMO, must prove equivalency and language etc. I was not aware that any PNP offered application WITHOUT LMO? are there any other PNP's that you may apply for without LMO?

Kind regards,

Zan






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