International Student Worker

If you are interested in this stream, you would need to have graduated from a recognized post-secondary institution in Saskatchewan (or in Canada), have a permanent and full-time job offer from an approved employer, minimum language score of Canadian Language Benchmark (CLB) 4 and work experience with no lower than 6 months of paid employment. It is expected that a new graduate might not have a long range of work experience, hence the following job modes also count as work experience:
  • On-campus
  • Off-campus
  • Co-op terms
  • Graduate fellowships that can be verified student’s institution
  • Post-graduate work permit experience
Other eligible factors include:
  • Have a permanent, full-time job offer in your field of study from an approved Saskatchewan employer
  • SINP Job Approval Letter
  • a minimum language score of Canadian Language Benchmark (CLB) 4 if applicant’s job offer is a NOC “C” or “D”
Supporting documents will be required to prove the authenticity of personal information provided and show if you meet eligibility criteria. For instance, applicants have to scan and upload a valid SINP Job Approval letter which is a pre-approved authorization for an employer to hire a foreign worker. Once you have gotten your documents in order, the next step will be to apply online or you may consider using the help of a regulated immigration consultant who is licensed and recognized by the Saskatchewan government. Application Process Applicants can only apply on the SINP portal. While using a representative might not directly influence the outcome of your application, a licensed and well experienced immigration representative might be able to help you avoid errors on your application. Once you get on the portal, follow the below steps:
  • Create an account.
  • Complete all sections.
  • Scan and upload your completed forms and supporting documents in a PDF. Original copies should be kept for your records.
  • Save and submit your application online.
Please note, applications with missing or not translated documents will be closed. When an application is closed, a letter requesting an applicant to reapply may be sent.