Saskatchewan Provincial Nomination (SINP) is an immigration program offered by Canada’s popular province of Saskatchewan. Since years it has been a great way to immigrate to Canada. The point requirements in Saskatchewan have been lowest since it came into being. With just 60 points out of 100, you can immigrate to this Canadian province! (Provided you also comply with other eligibility requirements).
Saskatchewan is interestingly becoming a migrants’ first choice.
One apparent cause for this popularity is the lowest IELTS score requirements. Therefore, you need not re-appear for IELTS exam over again and again as having your Permanent Resident Visa is now possible with IELTS as low as CLB 5.
IELTS: International English Language Testing Standards
IELTS is the mandatory requirement for applying for not only SINP but the rest of the Canadian immigration programs as well.
It is mandatory to be proficient in the English Language to be able to cope and live a life of peace in Canada- both socially and professionally.
For immigration purpose, you are required to give a general training IELTS exam and not an academic test.
In general training IELTS, your English proficiency will be assessed on the basis of your skills and learnings in these 4 modules:
How much is CLB 5?
Saskatchewan’s English Proficiency benchmark is very much grounded!
SINP’s acceptable minimum IELTS score is just CLB 5.
CLB 5 means scoring these bands in each separate modules:
1) Reading - 5
2) Writing - 5.5
3) Speaking - 5
4) Listening - 5
All the same, if you want to obtain a maximum score for your language proficiency i.e., 25 points, then get IELTS assistance from Aptech Global and excel in your next appear!