If your presence in Saskatchewan does not require you to become a Saskatchewan resident - visitor, temporary worker or student - you're not required to get a Saskatchewan driver's licence.
If you meet Saskatchewan residency requirements, you have 90 days to drive with your out-of-province driver’s licence before needing to get a Saskatchewan driver’s licence.
If you're a visitor to Saskatchewan, your existing licence gives you all of the same privileges it does in your home province, territory or state, and you're not eligible to apply for a Saskatchewan driver's licence. If you have a Super Visa, a multi-year visitor visa, you are eligible for a Saskatchewan driver's licence or non-driver photo identification.
If you currently hold a Saskatchewan driver's licence based on a visitor visa or visitor record, you are able to renew your licence upon presentation of a new visa or record. Your licence can only be renewed to the date of expiry indicated on the visa or record.
If you're working in Saskatchewan temporarily, you may use your valid, out-of-province driver’s licence to operate a vehicle authorized by that licence.
You're eligible to apply for a Saskatchewan driver’s licence providing you have documents to prove identity, residency and entitlement to be in Canada.
Note:You no longer need to carry an official SGI letter of exemption; this was once mandatory for those staying in Saskatchewan longer than 180 days.
If you're a full-time student attending an educational institution in Saskatchewan, you can drive a vehicle authorized by your valid, out-of-province driver’s licence. You can drive on this licence for the entire time you remain a full-time student.