Saskatchewan launches immigration website

Site also contains information for employers regarding province's immigrant nominee program

In an effort to be more welcoming to newcomers, Saskatchewan has launched a website that will give prospective residents the information they need to move to Saskatchewan.

"This new website will serve as an important gateway for newcomers arriving in Saskatchewan and will help connect them with the information, people, resources and services they need to stay and succeed in Saskatchewan," said Rob Norris, the minister responsible for immigration.

The website is a comprehensive source of information for immigrants, employers and service providers — including an online application feature for the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP).

The SNIP is currently the only provincial nominee program in Canada that allows people to submit their applications online. The online application makes the nomination process faster and more efficient.

Additional website features include profiles of real immigrants to Saskatchewan, their diversity and their stories, information translated into various languages and tools to help immigrants settle in Saskatchewan.

The website is available at

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