飞出国：SINP 企业家移民 Business Establishment Plan 评分标准（SINP Entrepreneur Category Points Assessment）：
Points may be awarded when you’ve committed to making an investment to establish or to purchase and operate an eligible business in Saskatchewan from your personal equity. Investment amounts derived from loans or other forms of financing are not eligible.
To be considered eligible, investments must be relevant and directly related to the candidate’s BEP, with evidence to show that the investment has been made within the first two years of arriving in Canada. Evidence may include, but is not limited to receipts, invoices, signed contracts for goods and services, signed purchase and sales agreements, licenses and registrations.
Experience and Investment in Key Economic Sectors
This component of the points assessment gives points for the items listed below. You may only claim points for one item under the innovation category of the points assessment, to a maximum of 15 total points.
Please note that we reserve the right to have BEPs assessed by professional third parties identified by the Government of Saskatchewan. This assessment will focus on the preparation and due diligence you conducted, when preparing your proposed business plan.
- Export trade
- You’ll receive points if you’ve had an ownership interest in one or more main businesses that derive not less than 50 per cent of their annual turnover from export trade for at least one of the three fiscal years immediately before your EOI submission.
- Registered patents
- A registered patent is a set of exclusive rights granted by a national government to an inventor or their assignee in relation to an invention. The invention may be a product or a process, for a certain limited period, in exchange for public disclosure of the invention.
- You’ll receive points if you’ve had one or more patents registered at least one year before the application was submitted. The patent must have been used in the day–to–day activities of the main business.
- Gazelle businesses
- Gazelle businesses are newly established businesses experiencing rapid growth during a short period of time.
- You’ll receive points if a past, main business was registered for no more than five years at the time of EOI submission and the average annualized growth in revenue has been greater than 20 per cent each year for three continuous fiscal years. The business must also have had seven or more full time employees for at least one fiscal year in the same consecutive three year period claimed for growth in revenue.
Science and Technology Businesses
Points may be awarded if you’ve committed to invest, develop and actively manage a science and technology related business. You’ll have to show you own a patent or an innovative IT idea that you intend to commercialize through an active investment in Saskatchewan.
Points may be awarded when you’ve committed to invest and actively manage a manufacturing production business where your business will create and assemble Saskatchewan-made components and finished “make-to-stock”, “make-to-sell” and “make-to-order” products for sale.
Points may be awarded if you’ve committed to invest and actively manage an export business where your business will create, produce or manufacture Saskatchewan-made or assembled goods to be shipped and sold internationally for the purpose of direct selling to end-users, regional distributors, or international retailers.
Indirect selling of exports, where you’re acting as a Saskatchewan-based intermediary between third parties who are responsible for product creation or direct sale to end users is not eligible for points.
Rural Business Succession Opportunity
Points may be awarded where you’ve committed to invest at least CAD $200,000 to purchase and operate an eligible business anywhere in SK, outside the City of Regina or the City of Saskatoon. To be eligible for points, candidates must complete an exploratory visit to Saskatchewan that includes a visit to the community where the proposed business is located.
The Saskatchewan-based business must have been in continuous operation by the same owner for the past two years. If the previous business owner is an SINP Entrepreneur nominee, they must have continuously operated the business for at least three years. They should also show a net profit for at least two of the previous three years.
Candidates must provide evidence that reasonable efforts were taken to establish a fair market value for the business, and the succession buy-out must result in a complete change in ownership, where the candidate will assume full control of the business.
Rural Business Opportunity
Points may be awarded when the candidate has committed to invest at least CAD $200,000 to establish a new eligible business anywhere in Saskatchewan outside of the City of Regina or the City of Saskatoon. To be eligible for points, candidates must complete an exploratory visit to Saskatchewan that includes a visit to the community where the proposed business is located.
Applicants that establish or purchase and operate an eligible business in Regina or Saskatoon must create or maintain at least two jobs for Canadian citizens or permanent residents. All positions created or maintained must be over and above any position filled by the approved applicant. Jobs created for family members of the applicant are not eligible. Jobs created and/or maintained can include low-skilled occupations (NOC 0, A, B, C or D) and must meet the prevailing wage levels. Job creation is not required for applicants establishing a business outside of the City of Regina or the City of Saskatoon.
To be considered eligible, job maintenance and/or creation commitments must be relevant and directly related to the applicant’s BEP, with evidence to demonstrate that the job maintenance/creation has been made within the first two years of arriving in Canada. Evidence may include, but is not limited to business purchase agreements, payroll documents, and job advertisements.