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Saskatchewan Experience: Hospitality Workers

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This Saskatchewan Experience sub-category accepts applicants working in food and beverage service, kitchen help, housekeeping, and other professions classified as NOC 6513 (Food and beverage servers), 6711 (Food counter attendants, kitchen helpers, and similar support jobs), and 6731 (Food counter attendants, kitchen helpers, and associated support occupations) (Light duty cleaners).

As a sub-category that accepts applications from candidates in vocations classified as “unskilled” by the Canadian government, this can give a Canadian immigration chance for persons who may be ineligible to apply through other channels, such as the Express Entry system.

Employers must be authorized by the Saskatchewan Hospitality Project, and they must include a recruiting and settling strategy with every applicant application.

What are the minimum eligibility requirements?

CriteriaMinimum Requirement
Express Entry ProfileNo
Connection to SaskatchewanWork Experience
Employment OfferYes
Language AbilityCLB 4
Educational LevelHigh school
Work ExperienceEmployed in a Hospitality Occupation in Saskatchewan for 6 months
Investment RequirementNone

Connection to Saskatchewan
An applicant should already be in Saskatchewan on a valid work permit and working for an employer. The candidate should have worked for the company for at least 6 months previous to applying. Furthermore, the candidate must have an offer of employment from a company for full-time employment in a high-demand occupation.

The SINP is evaluating modifications to requirements for specified semi-skilled employment from 2019 to 2021. Provided you are not presently working in Saskatchewan, you still can apply as a Food/Beverage Server if you have confirmation that you previously worked as a Food/Beverage Server in Saskatchewan for a minimum of six months.

Employment Offer
The job offer must be accompanied by a Letter of Offer from the declared employer as well as a Job Approval Letter from SINP in order to be considered valid. The applicant’s employer must sign up online through the SINP Online Portal in order to acquire a job approval letter.

The position must be submitted for evaluation by SINP by the employer and if the post is approved by SINP, the employer will obtain an official Job Approval Letter. The employment offer must be made by a SINP Hospitality-approved business.

Language Ability
Candidates for this stream should have valid language test results demonstrating proficiency in English comparable to the Canadian Language Benchmark (CLB) level 4 or above.

Educational Level
The applicant should possess a Canadian high school diploma or a foreign equivalent for them to be considered for the Hospitality Sector Project stream.

Work Experience
Candidates must have a minimum of six (6) months of full-time experience in the same role and for the same employer as their legitimate employment offer.

How do I begin my application?
The Saskatchewan Hospitality Sector Project stream is always accepting submissions from qualified people. Those who are qualified for the program may apply through the SINP Online Portal at no cost whatsoever. f the application is approved by the province, Saskatchewan will tell the applicant via email that they have been chosen for provincial nomination.

At this step, the person is formally nominated by the province, making them eligible to file a federal application for Canadian permanent residency. An applicant has six months after getting a provincial nomination to submit a permanent residency application. They must also fill out and mail a paper-based application for permanent residence to the relevant application center.

In general, paper-based PNP applications for permanent residency are handled within 18 months.

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