In the early morning of July 4, 2018, Beijing time, the lowest immigration program in Canada - Saskatchewan has no employer to guarantee OID immigration, and adjusted the occupation list again. This adjustment has deleted 11 occupations, but added 12 occupations.
Up to now, the latest occupation list, among the 7 occupations that do not need to do professional certification, 3 occupations are related to agriculture, which fully reflects the characteristics of the agricultural province of Saskatchewan.
The list of occupations updated in July 2018 is as follows:
The province of Saskatchewan, Canada, is nominated by the province of the employer category. It is the minimum technical immigration project in Canada and needs to meet the following requirements:
At least 1 year of work experience in 1, 10 years, related to the majors studied;
2, there are G-class IELTS scores, at least to the level of CLB4 (that is, the IELTS single item only needs to reach 4.5, 3.5, 4, 4 points), valid within 2 years;
3, occupations in Saskatchewan shortage of occupation list;
4, the score reached 60 points.
If you have made up your mind, you should give up and wait and see, get IELTS as soon as possible, prepare your materials, and be ready to get on the bus. If your time cost is limited and you can't wait for the update of the occupation list to return, you may want to look at Canada's entire territory to see if there is an immigration program that suits you. After all, the policy does not wait for people, but there are more and more behind you. The applicant is catching up. . .
Bless all applicants who are on the road to immigration, good luck!