Re: Иммиграция в Саскачеван

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Anna
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давайте немного структурируем информацию по основным путям иммиграции в провинцию Саскачеван.
итак есть несколько программ:

http://www.saskimmigrationcanada.ca/sinp

«Procedural Guidelines

1. Skilled Workers

2. Entrepreneurs
The Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) has launched a new process for the Entrepreneur Category that will improve processing times for applicants who wish to invest their management talent and capital in a Saskatchewan business. This category attracts investment and fosters the creation of more jobs in Saskatchewan.

3. Family Members
This category is for immigrant families living in Saskatchewan who want to help their skilled and educated family members come to work and live in the province. Supporting family members must provide support to applicants and their dependents to help them establish and settle in Saskatchewan.

4. Farm Owners / Operators
This category is for individuals with proven experience in farming, substantial capital available to invest in a farming operation, and who intend to purchase and operate a farming operation in Saskatchewan.

5. Health Professions
This category allows internationally-trained health professionals, who have been working in Saskatchewan for at least six months under a temporary work permit, to apply for permanent residency status under the SINP. It is divided into three sub-categories:

Physicians,
Nurses and
Other Health Professions

6. Hospitality Sector Pilot Project
Under the Hospitality Sector Pilot Project, the SINP can nominate foreign workers that are currently working in Saskatchewan in one of the following categories:

Food/Beverage Server,
Food Counter Attendant/Kitchen Helper, and
Housekeeping/Cleaning Staff

7. Long Haul Truck Drivers
This category allows Saskatchewan trucking firms to bring workers to the province for occupations requiring a high school diploma or on-the-job training under Service Canada’s Temporary Foreign Worker policy.

8. Students
This category allows students who have graduated from a recognized, post-secondary educational institution in Canada to apply for landed immigrant status under the SINP. It is divided into two sub-categories:

Post-Graduate Work Permit Stream and
Master’s and PHD Graduate Stream »

найболее популярная программа — это Skilled Workers — иммиграця профессиональных рабочих. О ней немного подробнее. её требования:

» Eligibility
You may qualify to apply under the SINP Skilled Workers Category if:

•You live outside of Canada or you have proof of legal status in Canada, you are not a refugee claimant and you have the following:
◦An offer of permanent, full-time employment in Saskatchewan either in an occupation or trade in the National Occupational Classification (NOC) Matrix level «A» or «B», or in a designated trade in Saskatchewan (Skilled Workers/Professionals Sub-Category).
You may qualify to apply under the SINP Critical Occupation Category if:

•You live outside of Canada or you have proof of legal status in Canada, you are not a refugee claimant and you have the following:
◦An offer of permanent, full-time employment in Saskatchewan in a management position in the NOC Matrix level «0» (Critical Occupations Sub-Category).
You may qualify to apply under the SINP Existing Work Permit Category if:

•You have proof of legal status in Canada, you are not a refugee claimant and you have the following:
◦Have worked in Saskatchewan for at least six months on a temporary work permit either in an occupation or trade that is in the NOC Matrix level «A» or «B», or in a designated trade in Saskatchewan excluding trades included in the Hospitality Sector Pilot Project (Existing Work Permit Sub-Category).
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ещё раз уточню список специальностей, по которым можно получить ДО и начать иммиграционный процесс:

http://www5.hrsdc.gc.ca/NOC/English/NOC/2006/html/Matrix.html

» SKILL LEVEL A

Occupations usually require university education .
Major Group 11
PROFESSIONAL
OCCUPATIONS IN
BUSINESS AND
FINANCE

111 Auditors,
Accountants and
Investment
Professionals
112 Human
Resources and
Business Service
Professionals
Major Group 21 PROFESSIONAL OCCUPATIONS IN NATURAL AND APPLIED SCIENCES

211 Physical Science Professionals
212 Life Science Professionals
213 Civil, Mechanical, Electrical and Chemical
Engineers
214 Other Engineers
215 Architects, Urban Planners
and Land Surveyors
216 Mathematicians, Statisticians and Actuaries
217 Computer and Information
Systems Professionals
Major Group 31 PROFESSIONAL OCCUPATIONS IN HEALTH

311 Physicians, Dentists and Veterinarians
312 Optometrists, Chiropractors and Other Health Diagnosing and Treating Professionals
313 Pharmacists, Dietitians and Nutritionists
314 Therapy and Assessment Professionals
315 Nurse Supervisors and Registered Nurses
Major Group 41 PROFESSIONAL OCCUPATIONS IN SOCIAL SCIENCE, EDUCATION, GOVERNMENT SERVICES AND RELIGION

411 Judges, Lawyers and Quebec Notaries
412 University Professors and Assistants
413 College and Other Vocational Instructors
414 Secondary and Elementary School Teachers and Educational Counsellors
415 Psychologists, Social Workers, Counsellors, Clergy and Probation Officers
416 Policy and Program Officers, Researchers and Consultants
Major Group 51 PROFESSIONAL OCCUPATIONS IN ART AND CULTURE

511 Librarians, Archivists, Conservators and Curators
512 Writing, Translating and Public Relations Professionals
513 Creative and Performing Artists

SKILL LEVEL B

Occupations usually require college education or apprenticeship training.
Major Group 12
SKILLED
ADMINISTRATIVE
AND BUSINESS
OCCUPATIONS

121 Clerical
Supervisors
122 Administrative
and Regulatory
Occupations
123 Finance and
Insurance
Administrative
Occupations
124 Secretaries,
Recorders and
Transcriptionists
Major Group 22
TECHNICAL OCCUPATIONS RELATED TO NATURAL AND APPLIED SCIENCES

221 Technical Occupations in Physical
Sciences
222 Technical Occupations in
Life Sciences
223 Technical Occupations in Civil, Mechanical and Industrial Engineering
224 Technical Occupations in Electronics and Electrical Engineering
225 Technical Occupations in Architecture, Drafting,
Surveying and Mapping
226 Other Technical Inspectors and Regulatory
Officers
227 Transportation Officers and Controllers
228 Technical Occupations in Computer and Information Systems
Major Group 32
TECHNICAL AND SKILLED OCCUPATIONS IN HEALTH

321 Medical Technologists
and Technicians (Except Dental Health)
322 Technical Occupations in Dental Health Care
323 Other Technical Occupations in Health Care (Except Dental)
Major Group 42
PARAPROFESSIONAL OCCUPATIONS IN LAW, SOCIAL SERVICES, EDUCATION AND RELIGION

421 Paralegals, Social Services Workers and Occupations in Education and Religion, n.e.c.
Major Group 52
TECHNICAL AND SKILLED OCCUPATIONS IN ART, CULTURE, RECREATION AND SPORT

521 Technical Occupations in Libraries, Archives, Museums and Art Galleries
522 Photographers, Graphic Arts Technicians and Technical and Co-ordinating Occupations in Motion Pictures, Broadcasting and the Performing Arts
523 Announcers and Other Performers
524 Creative Designers and Craftpersons
525 Athletes, Coaches, Referees and Related Occupations
Major Group 62
SKILLED SALES AND
SERVICE OCCUPATIONS

621 Sales and Service
Supervisors
622 Technical Sales
Specialists, Wholesale
Trade
623 Insurance and
Real Estate Sales
Occupations and
Buyers
624 Chefs and
Cooks
625 Butchers and
Bakers
626 Police Officers
and Firefighters
627 Technical
Occupations in
Personal Service
Major Group 72/73
TRADES AND SKILLED TRANSPORT AND EQUIPMENT OPERATORS

721 Contractors and Supervisors, Trades and Related Workers
722 Supervisors, Railway and Motor Transportation Occupations
723 Machinists and Related Occupations 724 Electrical Trades and Telecommunication Occupations
725 Plumbers, Pipefitters and Gas Fitters
726 Metal Forming, Shaping and Erecting Trades
727 Carpenters and Cabinetmakers
728 Masonry and Plastering Trades 729 Other Construction Trades 731 Machinery and Transportation Equipment Mechanics (Except Motor Vehicle)
732 Automotive Service Technicians 733 Other Mechanics
734 Upholsterers, Tailors, Shoe Repairers, Jewellers and Related Occupations
735 Stationary Engineers and Power Station and System Operators 736 Train Crew Operating Occupations
737 Crane Operators, Drillers and Blasters
738 Printing Press Operators, Commercial Divers and Other Trades and Related Occupations, n.e.c.
Major Group 82 SKILLED OCCUPATIONS IN PRIMARY INDUSTRY

821 Supervisors, Logging and Forestry
822 Supervisors, Mining, Oil and Gas
823 Underground Miners, Oil and Gas Drillers and Related Workers 824 Logging Machinery Operators
825 Contractors, Operators and Supervisors in Agriculture, Horticulture and Aquaculture
826 Fishing Vessel Masters and Skippers and Fishermen/women
Major Group 92
PROCESSING, MANUFACTURING AND UTILITIES SUPERVISORS AND SKILLED OPERATORS

921 Supervisors, Processing Occupations
922 Supervisors, Assembly and Fabrication
923 Central Control and Process Operators in Manufacturing and Processing»