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(SINP) Visa Business Plan

Saskatchewan Immigrant SINP Visa Business Plan

Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) Visa Business Plan

Entrepreneur Category


Immigrants who wish to either start their own business or partner with an existing venture in Saskatchewan may apply to the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee PROGRAM Entrepreneur subcategory.  


A detailed Business Establishment Plan must be included with the application and must outline the strategy by which the proposed business will be settled and developed in Saskatchewan. The plan must demonstrate immediate viability so that the applicant may begin the process of establishing the proposed business immediately upon arrival to the province.  


Farm Owner/Operator Category


The Farm Owners subcategory of SINP provides opportunities for farming immigrants to enter Saskatchewan for the purpose of purchasing and operating a farm so that the province may benefit from their expertise.  Applicants must demonstrate the ability to invest significant amounts of capital into the farming establishment and demonstrate a commitment to residing in Saskatchewan.


All applicants to the Farm Owner and Operator category must include a Farm Establishment Plan (FEP) with their application.  The FEP must demonstrate that the applicant has sufficient knowledge of the economic and market trends that affect the viability of the farming operation, and must also acknowledge the applicant’s personal strengths and weaknesses as they apply to the management of the proposed farm.



While a third party may assist the applicant in the development and packaging of the business plan, the applicant must maintain complete ownership of the information contained therein.


Our team of professional writers can construct a detailed, organized business plan that brings your business idea to life and fulfills all of the necessary requirements of the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program.  You will maintain ownership of the content, but we can help you to submit the best possible application that clearly articulates your strategies and ideas.  Call our experts today to learn more about how we can help you succeed.

Saskatchewan Immigrant SINP Visa Business Plan Details

View Saskatchewan Immigrant SINP Visa Business Plan Sample

Entrepreneur Business Plan and Farm Establishment Plan


Price: C$2,200
Days until first Draft: 7 – 10 days
Number of pages: 25 – 35 pages




  • Executive Summary
  • Business Description
  • Industry and Market Analysis
  • Competition Analysis
  • Marketing Strategies
  • Key Management and Personnel Plan

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Saskatchewan Immigrant SINP Visa Business Plan

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