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On May 2nd Saskatchewan Immigration plans to conduct a draw in the Entrepreneur stream of the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program. It will be the third draw of 2019 subsequent to the increase in the draw frequency by the province to two months. Also, it has invited 129 candidates in its Entrepreneur Stream in the present year. It had invited 824 aspirants in 2018. The score of the Invited candidates was in the range of 115 to 150.

Saskatchewan Entrepreneur Stream Draws

Date Lowest score Average score Highest score Number of invitations
March 2019 120 125 140 39
January 2019 115 120 150 90
November 2018 115 120 135 84
September 2018 110 115 135 71
July 2018 100 105 135 187
April 2018 90 100 135 231
January 2018 80 95 145 251
October 2017 80 100 135 265
July 2017 80 100 145 98
May 2017 80 105 140 142
March 2017 95 110 135 107
December 2016 120 120 130 14
September 2016 110 115 135 57
May 2016 110 120 155 88
October 2015 110 125 155 70
Also, the province has issued a notification regarding the dates for future draws in 2019, which are July 4, Sep 5 and Nov 7. This stream involves three stages:
  1. Expression of interest
  2. Invitation for submitting the application and finally
  3. Finally, the Nomination

The EOI must meet these requirements for entry:

  • The net worth of $500,000 that must come through legal means.
  • 3 years of experience of entrepreneurship or relevant management.
  • Investing $300,000 in Regina/Saskatoon, or $200,000 is other areas of Saskatchewan.
There is a pool for Candidates, where they secure a score. The candidates with the top score get the invitation and can submit the application.
Applications must cover these points:
  • Business Establishment Plan which confirms the figures in EOI, and also includes one-third ownership of an establishment in the province, except when the investment is $1 million or of a higher limit,
  • Commitment regarding being active in the effective and regular business management and also
  • Creating two or additional jobs for Canadian permanent residents/citizens if the business has a location in Saskatoon or Regina.
The Program also stated that it has a right to assess the Business Plans using third parties as identified by the Provincial government. That will focus on the preparation and methodology of the applicants while preparing the Plan. We bring all the details concerning the provincial programs. Our patrons can contact us for additional information.

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