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Yukon-Yukon Nominee Program-Critical Impact Worker Stream View

Requirements

  • Education and work experience must satisfy the requirements of the job as per the criteria specified in the National Occupational Classification (NOC)
  • Job offer must be NOC C or D from Yukon employer 
  • Must submit their high school certificate or its equivalent in order to meet the minimum education requirement. If higher education is required for the position/NOC, please submit educational diplomas, certificates, degrees, etc.
  • Demonstrate at least six months of related work experience for the Critical Impact Worker stream for the position being nominated for;
  • Must provide valid results from a language test administered by a designated testing agency. The accepted tests are IELTS General Training or CELPIP General for English and TEF for French:
    • NOC C and D: CLB 4 for CELPIP, IELTS and TEF.
  • Foreign workers who are currently in Canada, must maintain a valid work permit throughout the Yukon Nominee Program application and assessment process.
  • Any foreign national who is in Canada on a student permit needs to provide proof of one year of study for certificate programs or two years of study for diploma programs or completion of a Bachelor program before being considered for the Yukon Nominee Program. Foreign Students who are enrolled in the English as a Second Language program at Yukon College must have completed Level 8 of the program.

Procedure

  • Eligible employers advertise the position locally and nationally; no qualified Canadian or Permanent Residents applies.
  • Employer offers full-time, permanent position to eligible foreign national.
  • Employer and foreign national complete all required forms for YNP.
  • Employer submits complete application to YNP, ensuring all forms and documents are included.
  • If employer is approved, foreign national information is reviewed.
  • If foreign national is approved, he/she becomes a Territorial Nominee.
  • Nominee submits application to IRCC for a Temporary Work Permit. Nominee also submits an application for Permanent Residency.
  • Nominee works for employer under a Temporary Work Permit while PR is in process.
  • Nominee meets all admissibility checks (security, health, criminality). Once PR is received, the nominee becomes a resident of Canada.

 

Yukon-Yukon Nominee Program-Skilled Worker Stream View

Requirements

  • Education and work experience must satisfy the requirements of the job as per the criteria specified in the National Occupational Classification (NOC) 
  • Job offer must be NOC 0, A,B from Yukon employer 
  • Must submit their high school certificate or its equivalent in order. If higher education is required for the position/NOC, please submit educational diplomas, certificates, degrees, etc.
  • Demonstrate at least one year of related work experience for the Skilled Worker stream for the position being nominated for;
  • Must provide valid results from a language test administered by a designated testing agency. The accepted tests are IELTS General Training or CELPIP General for English and TEF for French:
    • NOC 0、A:CLB 7 for CELPIP, IELTS and TEF;
    • NOC B:CLB 5 for CELPIP, IELTS and TEF;
  • Foreign workers who are currently in Canada, must maintain a valid work permit throughout the YNP application and assessment process.
  • Any foreign national who is in Canada on a student permit needs to provide proof of one year of study for certificate programs or two years of study for diploma programs or completion of a Bachelor program before being considered for the Yukon Nominee Program. Foreign Students who are enrolled in the English as a Second Language program at Yukon College must have completed Level 8 of the program.

Procedure

  • Eligible employers advertise the position locally and nationally; no qualified Canadian or Permanent Residents applies.
  • Employer offers full-time, permanent position to eligible foreign national.
  • Employer and foreign national complete all required forms for YNP.
  • Employer submits complete application to YNP, ensuring all forms and documents are included.
  • If employer is approved, foreign national information is reviewed.
  • If foreign national is approved, he/she becomes a Territorial Nominee.
  • Nominee submits application to IRCC for a Temporary Work Permit. Nominee also submits an application for Permanent Residency.
  • Nominee works for employer under a Temporary Work Permit while PR is in process.
  • Nominee meets all admissibility checks (security, health, criminality). Once PR is received, the nominee becomes a resident of Canada.

Yukon Business Nominee Program View

Requirements

Personal eligibility:

  • Achieve a score of at least 65 points on the assessment grid.
  • Have at least a high school education. If your business requires more education, you must also provide proof of these credentials.
  • Have at least 3 years of entrepreneurial or business management experience;
  • Have at least 5 years work experience that is relevant to your business;
  • Not be a refugee or have an active request for refugee status with the Government of Canada;
  • Have never been denied immigration by the Government of Canada;
  • Have no active applications for any other provincial or territorial nominee program;
  • Have a net worth of at least $500,000 CAD. You must also have documentation and verification by a Yukon accounting firm that you obtained it through legal means;
  • Have a minimum of $300,000 in liquid assets. This includes things like cash, bonds and cash derivatives. You must also have documentation and verification by a Yukon accounting firm that you obtained it through legal means;
  • Intend to permanently live in Yukon;
  • Agree to live in Yukon with dependents, if applicable, while managing and investing in your own business in Yukon.
  • Hold a position within your business of National Occupational Classification (NOC) 0 or A.
  • Have not yet purchased or started your business in Yukon at the time of your application to the program.
  • Show how you will invest at least $300,000 in capital investments for the business in the first 2 years.
    • This does not include any capital investments made before your acceptance into the Yukon Business Nominee Program.
    • Capital investments include purchases such as property or equipment. It does not include purchases such as a house, vehicles that are only partially for the business and operational or maintenance expenses.

Business eligibility:

  • be a new business or a purchase of an existing Yukon business
  • be managed by you
  • not be a passive investment
  • belong to any 1 of the following strategic sectors:
    • Information technology
    • Manufacturing
    • Value-added processing
    • Forestry
    • Tourism products, attractions, services and facilities
    • Energy
    • Mining or mineral development
    • Agriculture
    • Cultural industries
    • Film and video production

Procedure

  • The applicant submits a registration application to the YBNP containing a summary of the applicant's business proposal, and all required information.
  • If the application meets the requirements of the YBNP, the application is approved to join a pool of applicants for a period of six months.
  • If selected by the YBNP, the applicant is invited to submit their full business proposal and all required information in Appendix 1 (verified).
  • If the full application meets the requirements of the YBNP, the applicant is invited to a mandatory interview in Yukon.
  •  If approved by Advanced Education, the applicant becomes a candidate and is issued a Letter of Support stating Yukon's recommendation to IRCC that the candidate be given a two-year work permit. A Letter of Support does NOT give the candidate any immigration privileges.
  • The candidate must successfully apply to IRCC for a two-year work permit before being permitted to work or reside in Canada. The two- year work permit allows the candidate to own and operate a business within Yukon, subject to conditions.
  • The candidate must successfully establish themselves, their family and their business in Yukon during this two-year period in order to be supported by the YBNP for permanent residence.
  • Once the candidate has demonstrated to Advanced Education that they have achieved the required standards of the YBNP, Advanced Education informs IRCC that the candidate has met the requirements for a nomination certificate and gives written notice to the candidate. This is the official nomination for permanent residence, indicating that the nominee is eligible to apply for permanent residence. It does not mean that the nominee is a permanent resident, and it does not extend the nominee's work permit.
  • The nominee must successfully apply to IRCC for official permanent resident status.

Yokun - Express Entry View

Requirements

Procedure