Saskatchewan Provincial Nominee Business Immigrations

  • Saskatchewan entrepreneur program
  • Saskatchewan farm owner program

Saskatchewan entrepreneur program

Requirements of Saskatchewan Entrepreneur Applicants

  • No less than $300,000 Canadian dollars of verified legitimate net assets.
  • More than 3 years experiences of entrepreneur or related business. Related businesses are: logistic, finance, information management, accounting, human resource, research and development, marketing, sales, purchasing, production/operation/project management.
  • Scored no less than 50 points. Score standard please refer to the entrepreneur class scoring form.

Duties of Saskatchewan Nominees

  • Invest at least $150,000 Canadian dollars. If the applicants hold less than one-third of the total shares, then the total investment must be more than one million Canadian dollars.
  • Participate in the daily management of the company.
  • Pay $75,000 Canadian dollars good faith deposit. After certain conditions are met, you can apply for a refund.

Priority Cases

The investment amount of Saskatchewan immigration applicants is more than 10 million Canadian dollars; or, the applicants meet the general entrepreneur applicants requirements and have scientific educational background and/or research and development experiences, intend to commercialize his/her patents through the investments made in Saskatchewan/intend to commercialize his/her IT project through the investments made in Saskatchewan/intend to invest with a technology company located in Saskatchewan as partnership.

Documents List of Saskatchewan Provincial Nominee Business Immigration

  1. Passport: the identity pages, signature pages and travelling records of the main applicant, spouse/ common law spouse and accompanying children.
  2. Birth certificates of the main applicant, spouse/ common law spouse and accompanying children.
  3. Marriage certificate of the main applicant (if applicable), identity cards of the main applicant, spouse/ common law spouse and accompanying children, divorce certificate of the main applicant, spouse/ common law spouse and accompanying children (if applicable), death certificate (if applicable), adoption certificate (if applicable) and proof of custody of children (if applicable).
  4. The guarantee from other side of parents agrees the accompanying children (if applicable).
  5. Proof of marital status for children older than 16 years; or proof of continuous full-time study for children older than 22 years; or proof of financial support from parents for their children older than 22 years.
  6. The degree certificate, diploma, license for the main applicant, spouse/ common law spouse and accompanying children. (if applicable)
  7. Resume, operational projects (including product manuals, photos of business premises, business cards, etc)
  8. Management experiences:
    • Current and/or former employers’ recommendation letters (address, phone, work experiences, job titles and responsibilities, salary, etc.)
    • Current and/or former employment contracts
    • The past 10 years company’s organization charts
    • Contact information of company.
  9. Management experiences of self-employed or partnership company, LLC shareholders and directors:
    • Business licenses, registration certificates and proof of shares, employee lists with salary and weekly working hours, contact information of each company.
    • Work experience notary
    • Notarized documents (original) of business registration license for the consistency of each company
    • Notarized documents (original) of tax authorities license for the consistency of each company
    • Verification report when enterprise was established or the applicant became the partner.
    • Proof of transfer of shares or change of shareholders list.
  10. If the applicant is a collective enterprise or a privatization of collective enterprise, more documents need to be provided:
    • Notarized documents (original) of approved application transcripts for the consistency check.
    • Detailed tax list for the past 3 years.
    • Tax authorities issued tax concession files and notarized documents (original) of authenticity of seal and signature on each file.
  11. Source of funds:
    • Bank account statement for past 1 year
    • Authorized professional institute issued certificate of ownership of real estate and evaluation report of assets. With the business license provided.
    • Receipt of payment of each real estate (including the purchase price and the amount of tax)
    • Purchase agreement of each real estate
    • Bank issued mortgages or other debt proof.
    • Records of securities transactions for the past 1 year
    • Income proof issued by current employer (optional), financial statements for the last 3 years (including balance sheet, income statement, accountant certificate and contact information)
    • Individual proprietorship company should include the bank transactions records half year before the commercial net assessment
    • Proof of shares.
    • Pensions, insurance or other updated proof of investment.
    • Current employer issued 1 year payroll.
    • As donations or grants, proof of identity of donors, ability to donate and proof of transfer must be included.
    • Household certificate.
  12. If the applicant is a business manager, more documents need to be provided:
    • Contract
    • Notarized documents (original) of the authenticity of company seal and signature on each file.
    • Business registration license of contractor.
    • Operators have to provide financial statement of operating conditions for at least 3 years.
  13. If the applicant is a director or shareholder of a LLC.
    • For sino-foreign joint venture company, a business registration permit issued by provincial or municipal government must be provided.
    • Notarized documents (original) of consistency of registration permit transcript.
    • Company or association regulations.

Saskatchewan farm owner program

Requirements of Saskatchewan farm owner program

  1. $500,000 Canadian dollars net assets
  2. Need to sign the fulfillment agreement, and pay $75,000 Canadian dollars guarantee deposits.
  3. At least 5 days of business visit, and meet with representatives of SINP
  4. Sufficient knowledge and experience of farming: have the farming related education, training or working experience, previous operations have revenues. When the applicant on Saskatchewan, he/she may need an interview.

If the applicant is a young farm owner, you need to meet the following:

  • less than 40 years old
  • $300,000 Canadian dollars net assets
  • 80% of the capital funds confirmed legitimate
  • More than 3 years farm owner, farm operation or actual agricultural experience.
  • Submit a report on profitable agricultural opportunities of Saskatchewan
  • The applicant and his/her spouse need to have marketable employment skills.

Requirements of Saskatchewan farm owner immigration program:

  1. At least 5 days visiting before submitting application.
  2. Practical experience in agriculture is related to the agriculture environment of Saskatchewan.
  3. Invest at least $150,000 Canadian dollars.
  4. Pay $75,000 Canadian dollars refundable deposit.

Saskatchewan provincial nominee immigrants core material list:

  1. Birth certificate
  2. Passport (valid for at least 2 years)
  3. Non-criminal record
  4. Certificate of education, language test scores (if applicable)
  5. Government issued asset assessment report.
  6. Land and building assessment report
  7. Proof of land ownership
  8. Business registration certificate, registration certificate, partnership certificate.
  9. Photographs of farms, buildings, equipments and crops
  10. 3 years of income tax records
  11. Personal and business financial statements
  12. Bank statements can indicate more than 3 years bank deposit/ transactions.
  13. Sales and purchase agreements
  14. A description of farm management experience and technology skills that are match to the agricultural environment of Saskatchewan.
  15. Proof of the applicant has already negotiated with consulting firms, and has brief understanding of agricultural and livestock production practices of Saskatchewan.