Saskatchewan Business Immigration: Procedures & Guidelines

Saskatchewan Business Immigration

The Saskatchewan Business Immigration stream, an integral part of the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP), serves as a pathway for individuals with entrepreneurial and farming expertise. This comprehensive guide outlines the procedures and guidelines for three distinct programs under the Business Immigration stream: the Entrepreneur Category, the International Graduate Entrepreneur Category, and the Farm Owner and Operator Category. 

Each category has specific eligibility criteria, application processes, and requirements, ensuring a tailored approach for individuals seeking to establish themselves in Saskatchewan. From submitting expressions of interest to obtaining permanent residence, this guide provides a detailed roadmap for those aspiring to contribute to Saskatchewan’s economic prosperity.


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What is Saskatchewan Business Immigration?

Saskatchewan Business Immigration is a key component of the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP). This program is strategically designed to attract and nominate individuals with entrepreneurial and farming skills. The primary goal is to encourage these individuals to contribute actively to the economic development of the province. The program aims to promote business growth, job creation, and innovation within the vibrant landscape of Saskatchewan.

Through the business immigration stream, the province offers three distinctive programs:

  • Entrepreneur Category
  • International Graduate Entrepreneur Category.
  • Farm Owner and Operator Category

Through the SINP’s Business Immigration, the province aims to create a pathway for individuals to not only contribute to its economic prosperity but also to establish a fulfilling and prosperous life in Saskatchewan.


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Entrepreneur Category

The Entrepreneur Category is designed for individuals from foreign countries who wish to acquire or partner in a business within Saskatchewan. Successful applicants are expected to play an active role in the management of the business while residing in the province.

Entrepreneur Category Process

The nomination process involves four key steps:

Step 1: Submission of Expression of Interest (EOI) to the SINP

Step 2: Expression of Interest Selection and Invitation to Submit an Application

  • Candidates’ EOIs are chosen based on their point scores and the highest-scoring individuals are selected during each draw. The number of candidates invited depends on program requirements and the existing application inventory. 
  • Once candidates receive an invitation to apply, applications are processed in the sequence they are received.

Step 3: Business Establishment

Step 4: Nomination

Under the SINP Entrepreneur Category, you and your family can initiate, acquire, or collaborate in a business in Saskatchewan. This allows you to play an active role in the business’s management while residing in the province.

Expression of Interest (EOI) System

The EOI serves as an expression of your interest in the SINP and is not considered a formal application. By furnishing details about your experience, assets, and a Business Establishment Plan (BEP), you can convey your interest in operating a business and residing in Saskatchewan.

Individuals meeting the eligibility criteria will be admitted into the EOI candidate pool. Submitted EOIs undergo scoring and ranking using the Points Grid.

Program Requirements for Entrepreneur Category

To start the EOI process with the SINP, you must fulfill the following requirements:

  • Meet the entry criteria.
  • Complete the Points Assessment Grid.

To satisfy the entry criteria, you should:

  • Possess a minimum of $500,000 CAD in Net Business and Personal Assets.
  • Have a minimum of 3 years of relevant business management or entrepreneurial experience gained in the past 10 years.
  • Plan to invest at least $300,000 CAD in Regina and Saskatoon, or a minimum of $200,000 CAD in other Saskatchewan communities.

The information provided in your EOI will be assessed against the Points Grid to determine the ranking in the candidate pool. Candidates are selected based on their scores, and those chosen will receive invitations to apply to the SINP.

If you receive an invitation to apply, you must submit a comprehensive Business Establishment Plan (BEP). Your BEP should have:

  • Your strategy for establishing an eligible business aligned with the Entrepreneur Category Points Grid.
  • Ownership of at least one-third (33 ⅓%) of the equity in a Saskatchewan business, unless your total investment is $1 million CAD or higher.
  • A commitment to the day-to-day management of the business.
  • The creation of two employment opportunities in Saskatchewan for Canadians or permanent residents not related to you. Applicable only if you are establishing a new business in Regina or Saskatoon.

The SINP has the option to have your BEP evaluated by professional third parties.

Required Documents

To access the list of necessary documents, check the below links:

Upload clear and readable copies of the documents to your application. If any documents are not in English or French, follow these steps:

  • Provide an electronic copy of the original document
  • Include an electronic copy of the English or French translation
  • Attach an electronic copy of a Translator Affidavit, detailing the translator’s proficiency

Translations can be conducted by anyone except:

  • Your spouse
  • Family member
  • A hired third party that has completed your application for the SINP

Even though the SINP instructs you to upload document copies electronically, IRCC might need original documents or certified copies.

Who to Include in Your Application?

When applying for the SINP Entrepreneur Category, make sure to list all your dependents, even if they are not coming to Canada with you. If you have new dependents, inform SINP and IRCC before visas are issued. IRCC’s rules for dependents might change anytime, so check their website for the latest updates.

Currently, your accompanying dependents include your spouse, common-law partner, and dependent children. If you are the principal applicant, your parents, brothers, and sisters can’t be included in the SINP application.

Note: Family members not included in your SINP application can’t be nominated for permanent residence later.

If you want them to join you in Canada later, you need to apply separately through the Family Sponsorship Program or another immigration category. Approval is needed before your dependents can come to Canada.

Entrepreneur Category Net Worth Evaluation

The SINP collaborates with two third party financial service providers for evaluating the net worth and legal accumulation of applicants in this category.

1) KPMG
Address: 333 Bay Street, Suite 4600
Toronto Ontario, M5H 2S5
Phone: 416-777-3887
Email: [email protected]

2) MNP Ltd.
Address: Regina Saskatchewan, S4P 0J3
Phone: 306-790-7900
Email: [email protected]

When you receive an Invitation to Submit an Application (ISA), you will find a SINP file number included. To proceed with your application:

  • Get in touch and collaborate with one of the listed third party financial service providers above to work on your application. Be sure to provide your SINP file number.
  • Submit all required documents listed on the Third Party Document Checklist.
  • Ensure that your information, including financial statements, property evaluations, and bank account details is accurate.
  • Upon completion of the assessment, you will receive a report from the chosen service provider.
  • To complete your application, add the final report to your online form.
  • Submit the final report before the specified deadline.

Applying for a Temporary Work Permit (TWP)

To run your business in Saskatchewan, it’s essential to secure a Temporary Work Permit (TWP). Within 3 months of receiving your SINP Entrepreneur Approval Letter, you must submit it along with your TWP application to the federal government.

To apply for a TWP, follow these steps:

  • Register in IRCC’s Employer Portal as the employer of your business (i.e. as a self-employed person).
  • Pay an employer compliance fee of $230, excluding the LMIA fee, as you are exempt from it.
  • If you don’t have a Canada Revenue Agency number, reach out to CIC.[email protected] for assistance.
  • Go to the Employer Portal Welcome page, and look for the “What would you like to do today?” section.
  • Select “Access the employment offer queue.”
  • Enter in your personal information in the section – “Your online offer of employment”. Submit your work permit application to IRCC. Indicate that you have an “Exemption from Labour Market Impact Assessment” as the type of work permit in the “Details of Intended Work in Canada” section. The LMIA Exemption code is C11.
  • Once you get the Temporary Work Permit, you can relocate to Saskatchewan and start your business.

Arriving in Saskatchewan and Establishing Your Business

Approved candidates need to attend the meeting in Saskatchewan within 18 months of receiving the SINP Entrepreneur Approval letter. Failing to attend within this timeframe will lead to application closure.

Upon arrival in Saskatchewan, it is mandatory to:

  • Attend the arrival meeting by reaching out to the SINP at [email protected].
  • Submit your Business Establishment Progress Report to the SINP Entrepreneur category within 12 months of the landing date.
  • Establish or acquire your business. It is recommended to be ready to commence business activities upon arrival. 
  • To qualify for nomination, you must fulfill the terms of your signed BPA within two years of the TWP date. Additionally, you need to demonstrate business operation for a minimum of six months.

Throughout the immigration process, it is crucial to maintain the terms of your SINP approval. Failure to do so may lead to the withdrawal of the nomination to IRCC for permanent residency.

Application for Nomination

To be eligible for nomination, you and your immediate family must reside in Saskatchewan and adhere to the terms of your BPA, which include:

  • Transferring your funds to Canada.
  • Maintaining legal status in Canada.
  • Operating your business in accordance with your BPA for a minimum of six months before requesting nomination.

The SINP will evaluate your application based on your compliance with the BPA and other criteria. You can submit your nomination application through the SINP online system. Ensure that you provide all required documents listed in the Nomination Request – Required Documents.

If your nomination is approved, the SINP will:

  • Send a nomination certificate to IRCC.
  • Send a nomination letter to you, outlining the process for submitting your PR application to the IRCC Centralized Intake Office (CIO).

Applying for Permanent Residency After SINP Nomination

Upon successfully completing the aforementioned steps, you are eligible to apply for permanent residency. To attain permanent resident status, you must submit an application to IRCC along with your SINP nomination.

Here are key points to consider:

  • Maintain your legal status in Canada.
  • Ensure you have a valid Temporary Work Permit while waiting for IRCC to process your PR application.

IRCC holds the responsibility for evaluating each nominee’s eligibility for PR. This assessment involves checking your health, security, and criminal record. There might be additional requests for information. After approval, you and your family members will receive visas from IRCC.

It’s essential to note that the decision to grant or deny Permanent Residence status lies with IRCC. The SINP does not influence this decision.

International Graduate Entrepreneur Category

The International Graduate Entrepreneur Category is for international students graduating from a Saskatchewan institution who want to initiate an entrepreneurial venture. Through the Entrepreneur Program, you and your family have the opportunity to initiate, acquire, or collaborate on a business in Saskatchewan. Additionally, you can be actively engaged in managing the business while living in the province.

International Graduate Entrepreneur Category Process

The application and nomination process involves four key steps:

Step 1: Submitting an EOI to the SINP

Candidates who are International Graduate Entrepreneurs can express their interest in being nominated for Permanent Residence by submitting an Expression of Interest (EOI).

Step 2: Invitation to Apply

Candidates are chosen from the EOI system based on their scores in the points criteria grid. Those with the highest scores are invited to submit their applications.

Step 3: Business Establishment

Approved applicants holding a valid post-graduate work permit (PGWP) must actively operate their proposed business.

Step 4: Nomination

Once an applicant fulfills the conditions outlined in the Business Performance Agreement, they become eligible to apply for nomination by the SINP for permanent residency.

Program Requirements

Anyone applying to the SINP International Graduate Entrepreneur Category must meet these requirements. It is your responsibility to provide supporting documents demonstrating your eligibility.

Minimum eligibility criteria for EOI submission:

  • You must be at least 21 years of age.
  • Should have completed a full-time post-secondary degree or diploma of at least two years from an eligible Saskatchewan institution.
  • Must possess a valid PGWP with a minimum of 24 months remaining.
  • Should have resided in Saskatchewan during their academic program (distance learning or accelerated academic programs are not eligible).
  • You must achieve a minimum Canadian Language Benchmark (CLB) level of 7.

Those meeting the eligibility criteria and receiving an invitation to apply must demonstrate knowledge of their BEP.

Individuals selected from the EOI pool, invited to apply, and subsequently approved by the SINP are required to:

  • Live in Saskatchewan.
  • Actively own and manage a business in Saskatchewan for a minimum of one year before applying.
  • Have at least one-third (33%) ownership of the business and actively engage in day-to-day management. Ownership must result from a verifiable investment made directly by the applicant, either from personal equity or an eligible source.
  • Show that the business makes the minimum required revenue after one year of operation. 
  • Refer to the “Eligible Sources of Investments/Revenue” section in the Application Guide for the International Graduate Entrepreneur Stream SINP for details.
  • Send the required documents listed in the checklist to support these statements.
  • When submitting these documents, applicants should engage with a professional third party financial service provider.
  • Sign a BPA with the Government of Saskatchewan, which will be provided by the SINP after your application is approved.

Required Documents for International Graduate Entrepreneur Category

Refer to the SINP International Graduate Entrepreneur Category Document Checklist for a complete list of documents required for your immigration application.

Upload clear and readable copies of the necessary documents to your electronic application. In case any documents are not in English or French, follow these steps:

  • Provide an electronic copy of the original document
  • Include an electronic copy of the English or French translation
  • Attach an electronic copy of a Translator Affidavit, detailing the translator’s proficiency

Translations can be conducted by anyone except:

  • Your spouse
  • Family member
  • A hired third party that has completed your application for the SINP

Even though the SINP instructs you to upload document copies electronically, IRCC might need original documents or certified copies.

Who to Include in Your Application?

When applying for the SINP International Graduate Entrepreneur Category, ensure that you list all your dependents, even if they don’t plan to accompany you to Canada. If you have newly acquired dependents, notify both SINP and IRCC before visa issuance. Keep in mind that IRCC’s regulations regarding dependents may change, so it’s advisable to check their website for the most recent updates.

As of now, your accompanying dependents include your spouse, common-law partner, and dependent children. Notably, if you are the principal applicant, your parents, brothers, and sisters cannot be included in the SINP application.

Important to note is that family members not initially included in your SINP application cannot be nominated for permanent residence at a later stage. If you intend for them to join you in Canada later, a separate application through the Family Sponsorship Program or another immigration category is necessary. 

Your dependents can only join you in Canada after receiving approval.

Establishing Your Business

After approval, you are required to:

  • Reside in Saskatchewan and actively engage in the day-to-day operations of your business.
  • Establish, purchase, or continue the operation of your business in accordance with the requirements outlined in your Business Performance Agreement and Business Establishment Plan.
  • Send the BEP Report within 12 months from the Approval Letter date. You can find it on the website under “Application Forms.” This report, outlining your business establishment activities, is submitted online through your Oasis account.
  • Once you have fulfilled the terms of your BPA, including meeting minimum income requirements, submit your application for nomination.
  • Nomination is granted only to applicants who can demonstrate a minimum of 12 months of active business operation.

Application for Nomination

To be eligible to apply for nomination, you must reside in Saskatchewan, actively manage your business, and adhere to your BPA. You need to maintain legal status in Canada as per the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act (IRPA).

After fulfilling your BPA, running your business for at least 12 months, and meeting the Eligible Sources of Investment/Revenue Requirements, you can apply to the SINP for nomination. To start the nomination application, fill out the application form, scan it, and email the document to [email protected].

The SINP will evaluate your nomination application and communicate their decision to you. As part of the nomination assessment process, the SINP may conduct a site visit to your business or request an in-person interview. Applicants unable to facilitate the site visit or interview may face a refusal of nomination.

Upon receiving approval for nomination, the SINP will:

  • Forward a nomination certificate to IRCC.
  • Send a nomination letter to you, outlining the process for submitting your PR application to the IRCC Centralized Intake Office (CIO).

During the Permanent Residence application process, nominees must continue to meet the requirements of their BPA. Closing or selling the business during these processes will result in the revocation of nominations. 

Note: Nominations closed due to the failure to submit required information are not eligible for Second Review.

Application for Permanent Residence

To secure Permanent Residence status, you need to apply to IRCC with your SINP nomination. Here are the essential steps:

  • Maintain your legal status in Canada.
  • Have a valid TWP while submitting your application and waiting for IRCC to process your PR application.

IRCC reviews your application after receiving the nomination certificate from the SINP. They also conduct health, security, and criminal checks. If approved, visas are issued to you and your family members. If approved, IRCC issues visas for you and your family members. Additional information, such as your BPA or BEP may be requested during this process.

IRCC holds the responsibility for assessing eligibility for Permanent Residence. The decision on Permanent Residence status rests with IRCC, and the SINP doesn’t affect that decision.

Farm Owner and Operator Category

The Farm Owner and Operator Category is designed for foreign nationals seeking to relocate to Saskatchewan, provided they:

  • Demonstrate proven experience in farming.
  • Have considerable capital, including both money and assets for investment in a farming operation.
  • Intended to purchase and manage a farm in Saskatchewan.

Important note: This category is exclusively for a business engaged in primary agricultural production, focusing on crops and livestock. If you have an interest in agricultural business operations, you may be eligible under the SINP Entrepreneur Category.

Eligibility Criteria for Farm Owner and Operator Category

To qualify for the Farm Owner and Operator Category, you need to fulfill the following criteria:

  • Available Equity: Provide financial documents indicating a net worth of $500,000 CAD.
  • Refundable Cash Deposit: Commit to purchasing and actively operating a farm in Saskatchewan by signing a Performance Agreement. Additionally, make a “good faith” deposit of $75,000 CAD in trust. The deposit is refundable upon meeting the Performance Agreement terms. If the terms are not fulfilled within two years in Saskatchewan, the deposit will be paid to the Province.
  • Mandatory Visit to Saskatchewan: You are required to make an exploratory visit to Saskatchewan for a minimum of five working days.
  • Farm Operation Knowledge and Experience: Provide documentation demonstrating your expertise as an experienced farm operator. Further verification may be conducted through an interview.
  • A Practical Farming Proposal: Create a carefully planned proposal for a commercial farming opportunity in Saskatchewan (Refer to Important Terms: Farm Proposal Viability).

Application Criteria for Farm Owners and Operators

In the Farm Owners and Operators category, meeting specific qualifications is necessary for approval.

  • Have a personal net worth of at least $500,000 CAD.
  • Ensure that your net worth has been legally accumulated.
  • Hold a minimum of three years of experience in the following:
    – Farm ownership
    – Farm management
    – Practical farming experience
  • Present a proposal for a commercial farming opportunity in Saskatchewan, outlining plans to invest a minimum of $150,000 CAD. Create your proposal using information from research, consultations, or relevant coursework about farming conditions in Saskatchewan. Note that hobby farms are not eligible. The proposal must represent a commercial project with an anticipated profit. In Saskatchewan, a qualified farming business should generate a minimum annual revenue of $10,000 CAD.
  • Achieve a minimum score of 55 points on the Farm Owner/Operator Category Intent Grid. 

Farm Owners and Operators: Young Farmer Stream

The Young Farmer Stream is designed for young farm families aiming to establish their lives and farming operations in rural areas of Saskatchewan.

Meeting the specified criteria is essential for qualifying for nomination.

  • You need to have a personal net worth of at least $300,000 CAD.
  • Make sure your net worth has been legally accumulated.
  • You must be under the age of 40 at the time of your application.
  • Hold a minimum of three years of experience in the following:
    – Farm ownership
    – Farm management
    – Practical farming experience
  • Present a proposal for a commercial farming opportunity in Saskatchewan. This should be supported by research, consultations, or formal coursework related to Saskatchewan agricultural conditions. Hobby farms are not eligible. The proposal should outline a commercial project with expected profitability. A qualified farming business in Saskatchewan should generate a minimum annual revenue of $10,000 CAD.
  • You or your spouse should have the necessary skills, based on education and experience, to support your farming income.

How to Apply for Farm Owner and Operator Category?

You need to submit all the documents specified in the SINP Farm Category Application Document Checklist. Utilize the checklist to organize and prepare your application.

If you reside in or hold citizenship in a country listed in the Country Specific Checklist, ensure that you include the necessary documents for that specific country in your application. Failure to do so will result in the non-acceptance of your application for processing.


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Document Translation

All documents must be in English or French. If they are in another language, you need to provide:

  • A copy of the original document
  • A copy of its translation
  • A Translator’s Affidavit detailing the translator’s proficiency

Translations can be done by anyone except:

  • Your spouse
  • A family member
  • A paid third party who prepared your SINP application

While certain Canadian visa offices require documents to be translated by a certified translator, the SINP does not have this requirement. However, ensure that your translated documents meet all federal requirements.

Who to Include in Your Application?

As you submit your nomination application, you have the option to include the following individuals:

  • Your spouse 
  • Your common-law partner 
  • Your dependent children
  • An employee currently working in your farming operation. The employee is required to submit their Skilled Worker Application.
    – The skilled worker application can be included as part of the Farm category application.
    – As the Principal Applicant of the Farm category application, it is mandatory for you to provide a letter of offer to the accompanying employee.

Farm Owner and Operator Category Net Worth Evaluation

The SINP uses two third party financial service providers, KPMG and MNP Ltd., to evaluate applicants’ net worth and legal accumulation in the Farm category. Applicants should submit the required documents to one of the providers along with their file number. Ensure the accuracy of your information. Once the assessment is done, you will receive a report. Complete your application by emailing the report to [email protected] before the deadline. 

For details, you can refer to the above heading (Entrepreneur Category Net Worth Evaluation).

Passports

Provide photocopies of all passports for both yourself and accompanying family members. Each photocopy should display the following passport details:

  • Passport number
  • Date of issue and expiry date
  • Bio-data page featuring the photograph, name, date, and place of birth
  • All passport pages displaying exit and entry stamps

Failure to submit passport documents will result in the return of your application

Assessment and Optional Interview

Your application will undergo assessment based on the eligibility criteria. If additional documentation is required, SINP may request further information. Failure to provide the requested documentation may result in the closure of your application. In cases where additional information or clarification is needed, SINP may arrange for an interview with you. If an in-person interview is not feasible, alternative arrangements will be considered on a case-by-case basis.

Following the thorough review and evaluation process, SINP will communicate the outcome of the assessment to you. If your application is successful, you will receive a Nomination Approval and Request for Deposit letter, along with a Business Performance Agreement. The letter will guide you on making the refundable $75,000 CAD Good Faith Deposit via wire transfer. Additionally, it will also provide details on the requirements for the Business Performance Agreement.

It is crucial to submit the full Good Faith Deposit within 3 months of receiving the Nomination Approval and Request for Deposit letter, or your application will be closed. If your application is not accepted you will receive an Ineligible Letter.

Nomination Application

Upon receiving the signed and dated Business Performance Agreement, and confirming the receipt of the Good Faith Deposit, the SINP will proceed with your nomination.

A nomination package will be sent to you, comprising a Confirmation of Nomination letter and guidance on initiating an Application for Permanent Resident Status with IRCC. In specific cases, if requested, a Temporary Work Permit Support letter may be issued upon verification. This allows you the opportunity to arrive in Saskatchewan earlier for farm preparations. It’s important to note that not all applicants will receive Temporary Work Permit Support letters from the SINP.

The Nomination Certificates will be sent to the appropriate IRCC Visa Post, with a validity period of 6 months.

Applying for Permanent Residence

Upon receiving a nomination from the SINP, you are required to submit an Application for Permanent Residence to IRCC.

Ensure that you initiate the application for permanent resident status before the expiration of your Nomination Certificate. Failure to do so will result in the closure of your application. The Confirmation of Nomination letter provides instructions on the application process to the relevant Visa Post. Send your Application for PR to the IRCC Visa Post specified in the letter.

IRCC will undertake security, health and criminality checks. Then you will receive instructions regarding medical exams or requests for additional information. You might need to attend the interview as part of the process.

Upon meeting all federal requirements, IRCC will issue Permanent Residence Visas for both you and your accompanying family members.

Landing in Saskatchewan

Upon your arrival in Saskatchewan, it is necessary to attend the Landing Interview with an SINP Official within 90 days. You can request this interview by sending an email to [email protected].

After the interview, you can still reach out to SINP for assistance. They will also offer assistance with your farm endeavours through referrals to business service providers. Additionally, it is highly recommended that you utilize the settlement services provided in Saskatchewan, accessible through the Regional Newcomer Gateways.

These gateways serve as welcoming centers for newcomers to Saskatchewan. They offer language assessment services, career guidance, and advice from a Settlement Coordinator. They also facilitate connections to community and ethno-cultural groups.

Wrapping Up: Your Journey to Saskatchewan Business Immigration Success

In summary, the Saskatchewan Business Immigration program is a great opportunity for people with business or farming skills. Whether through the Entrepreneur, International Graduate Entrepreneur, or Farm Owner and Operator categories, individuals can follow specific paths to contribute to Saskatchewan’s economy actively. This article outlined the steps, requirements, and processes, providing a valuable roadmap. Following SINP guidelines for a smooth transition into Saskatchewan’s lively community is important as you work towards a fulfilling and successful life in the province.

FAQs Related to Saskatchewan Business Immigration

Check some commonly asked questions regarding Saskatchewan Business Immigration.

Q. What is the Saskatchewan Business Immigration stream under the SINP?
A. The Saskatchewan Business Immigration stream is a component of the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) designed to attract individuals with entrepreneurial and farming skills.

Q. What are the different categories available under the Saskatchewan Business Immigration stream?
A. The Saskatchewan Business Immigration stream offers three distinct categories: Entrepreneur Category, International Graduate Entrepreneur Category and Farm Owner and Operator Category.

Q. What are the key steps in the Entrepreneur Category process?
A. The Entrepreneur Category involves four key steps: Submission of Expression of Interest (EOI), EOI Selection and Invitation to Submit an Application, Business Establishment, and Nomination. These steps include criteria such as net worth, business management experience, and investment plans.

Q. How does the Farm Owner and Operator Category work?
A. The Farm Owner and Operator Category is for foreign nationals with farming experience seeking to relocate to Saskatchewan. It requires demonstrating farming experience, a net worth of $500,000 CAD, and a commitment to purchasing and actively operating a farm in the province.

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