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Provinces of Canada

 

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Nova Scotia

New Brunswick

Newfoundland and Labrador

Prince Edward Island

Yukon

Northwest Territories

Nunavut

Quebec

Ontario

Manitoba

Saskatchewan

Alberta

British Columbia

PNP Canada programs allow Canadian provinces to nominate people for immigration to their province based on criteria established by the province. Successful candidates receive a provincial nomination, which can subsequently be used to apply for permanent residency with Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC).

Applicants for Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) work visas in Canada benefit from a quick visa application process. In order to be eligible for the PNP, applicants must have the appropriate skills, education, job experience, and a passing language exam result for semi-skilled or low-skilled crafts or professions.

A Canadian province or territory must propose an applicant to be eligible for the Provincial Nominee Program. Many Canadian provinces have made an agreement with the federal government to carry out their prerogative of selecting immigrant workers who wish to settle in their province.

Provinces and Territories (Click on the names for details)

Each province and territory in Canada has its own Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) that is tailored to their economic and demographic needs. Because program requirements and application procedures differ widely between provinces, interested applicants should check with each one to see if they are eligible.

Express Entry Provincial Nominee Programs

Canada implemented Express Entry in 2015 as a system for managing permanent residence applications through the same major economic immigration programs. Since then, numerous provinces and territories in Canada have created ‘enhanced’ PNP streams that are compatible with Express Entry. This means that in order to achieve the PNP eligibility standards, some PNPs require an applicant to have an Express Entry profile.

If an application is nominated through a PNP that is Express Entry-aligned, the applicant can earn 600 additional Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) points, virtually ensuring that they will obtain an invitation to apply (ITA) for permanent residence in the next Express Entry draw. Alternatively, if an applicant receives a nomination through a PNP that is not associated with Express Entry, they must apply for permanent residence as a provincial nominee using a paper-based federal application. Paper-based permanent residence applications can take much longer to process than computerized Express Entry applications.

Eligibility 

PNP qualifying criteria differ from province to province. Because PNPs are part of an economic immigration policy, they are usually designed to attract people who can quickly contribute to the economy and are likely to stay in the province. As a result, several PNPs give preference to immigrants with experience in in-demand occupations in their province. Other PNPs prefer immigrants who have a personal link to the province, such as a relative, because they are more likely to stay.

Young applicants with great language skills, high levels of education, and skilled work experience, as with most economic immigration programs, are more likely to succeed.

Otherwise, the above-mentioned list of PNPs must be consulted to determine the qualifying criteria for each program individually.

 Requirements For PNP Visa 

Each PNP in Canada has its own set of requirements. Applicants with job experience that fulfills the criteria of their specific labor market are frequently sought by provinces and territories.

They also take linguistic ability, education, and skill set into account. To be eligible, you must show that you will be able to contribute to the local economy and that you are serious about settling in that province or territory.

How To Apply 

The following is a step-by-step approach to applying for a Canadian PNP:

Choose the PNP that’s best for you: To identify where you want to immigrate, look at the list of provinces and territories at the top of this page. Check the qualifying conditions for each PNP to see whether you qualify.

Apply to the PNP of your choice: Directly apply to the province or territory of your choice. Obtain a Certificate of Provincial Nomination: If your application is approved, the province or territory will propose you for permanent residence in Canada.

Obtain a Certificate of Provincial Nomination: If your application is approved, the province or territory will propose you for permanent residence in Canada.

Submit your permanent residency application: Make an application for permanent residence with the Canadian federal government. You can do this online if your preferred PNP is compatible with Express Entry. If you don’t have a computer, you’ll need to fill out a paper application.

Applying through the paper-based process

If you are applying to a PNP that is not aligned with Express Entry, you must use the paper-based application process.

You can submit your paper application for Canadian permanent residency to Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada after being nominated by a Canadian province or territory.

You must also pass a background check and a medical checkup. Paper-based applications take substantially longer to process than Express Entry-submitted electronic applications. A permanent residence application submitted through Express Entry takes an average of 6 months to process, while a paper-based application takes an average of 18 months to process.

Applying through the Express Entry Process

Create an account and fill up a profile for Express Entry.

You must state in your profile that you were nominated by a Canadian province or territory.

You will be placed in the Express Entry pool and given an additional 600 points towards your CRS score after your nomination has been confirmed electronically. With these extra points, you’re almost certain to get an invitation to apply for permanent residency in Canada!

Because each PNP is unique, the application process differs based on the program. Some PNPs accept applications at any time from qualified applicants, so if you’re eligible, you can apply whenever you’re ready. Other PNPs operate on a first-come, first-served basis, with the program remaining closed for the most of the year and only opening for a few hours at a time to take hundreds of applications. Finally, some PNPs welcome foreign nationals to apply, either by selecting candidates directly from the Express Entry pool or by requiring applicants to file a formal Expression of Interest.

The PNP application procedure can be complicated, and applications that are filed erroneously or incompletely may be rejected. Applicants should be careful to complete their applications correctly and submit them via the proper channels.

We are able to find the most appropriate immigration program for each particular case, guiding each candidate through the entire process and ensuring that all documentation is in order to give Canada immigration applicants the best chance of success.

Providential Nommine Programs by Each Provinces in Canada

British Columbia

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British Columbia, on Canada’s west coast, is known for the incomparable natural beauty of the Rocky Mountains and the Pacific Ocean.

Because of the province’s economic growth and labor shortages, it is a popular immigration destination in Canada.

The British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program (BC PNP) is a Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) that allows foreign individuals to become permanent residents of Canada in British Columbia. The PNP is aimed at attracting immigrants in areas that will benefit the province, such as skilled workers, workers in sectors where there is a labor shortage, entrepreneurs, and investors. There are two types of immigration streams in operation in the province:

  • British Columbia Skills Immigration
  • British Columbia Entrepreneur Immigration

British Columbia Skills Immigration

Skills Immigration in British Columbia targets foreign nationals with the skills needed to become part of the province’s workforce. Those who are eligible for BC Skills Immigration pathways should demonstrate employment prospects in British Columbia and demonstrate the necessary experience to become BC residents in the long-term.

  • British Columbia Skilled Worker
  • British Columbia Healthcare Professional
  • British Columbia International Graduate
  • British Columbia International Post-Graduate
  • British Columbia Entry Level and Semi-Skilled Worker (ELSS)

British Columbia Express Entry

To apply to the BC Skills Immigration streams, candidates do not need to be eligible for Express Entry.However, for qualifying individuals with an active Express Entry profile, the majority of the programs within BC Skills Immigration offer an accelerated road to permanent residence. To see if each stream has an Express Entry option, look at the application process for that stream.

British Columbia Entrepreneur Immigration

The British Columbia Entrepreneur Immigration Program targets businesses and individuals with proven track records of success in business ownership, management, and investment. By establishing a new business in the province, entrepreneurs and international corporations can move to British Columbia with significant wealth and annual revenues.

  • British Columbia Entrepreneur
  • British Columbia Entrepreneur Regional Pilot
  • British Columbia Strategic Projects

BC PNP Tech

The BC PNP Tech program is aimed at qualified foreign nationals who work in one of BC’s high-demand tech fields. Because the Tech program is linked to BC Skills Immigration, applicants should familiarize themselves with the various streams within the Skills Immigration category. Through applications, BC PNP Tech allows eligible foreign nationals to receive speedier processing and additional resources.

We are able to find the most appropriate immigration program for each particular case, guiding each candidate through the entire process and ensuring that all documentation is in order to give Canada immigration applicants the best chance of success.

Alberta

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Alberta, located in western Canada, is a major agricultural producing center for the country. The region sits atop large oil reserves, resulting in a thriving oil industry in the province. The cities of Calgary and Edmonton are located in Alberta, which is flanked on the west by Canada’s majestic Rocky Mountains.

There are several immigration streams in the province, divided into three groups:

  • Alberta Opportunity Stream
  • Alberta Express Entry
  • Alberta Self-Employed Farmer

In June 2018, the province will also shut down two previously existing streams:

  • Alberta Strategic Recruitment
  • Alberta Employer-Driven

Alberta Opportunity Stream

In June 2018, the Alberta Opportunity Stream was introduced. This stream is for foreign nationals who are already employed in Alberta and have received an official offer of employment from their employer to remain in the province full-time. Candidates for this stream must meet a number of criteria, including work experience, a job offer, language fluency, and educational qualifications.

Alberta Express Entry Stream

In June 2018, the Alberta Express Entry program was introduced. The stream permits the province to nominate candidates who have current profiles in the federal Express Entry system for provincial nominations. Profiles in the federal Express Entry pool will be considered automatically in Alberta. While the exact criteria for selection are unknown, AINP says it will look for individuals who have strong ties to Alberta and who can help the province’s economic development and diversification.

Candidates who receive a provincial nomination through this stream will see their Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) score raise by 600 points, essentially assuring them an Invitation to Apply (ITA) for Canadian permanent residence in the next Express Entry lottery.

AINP Self-Employed Farmer Stream

The Alberta Self-Employed Farmer stream is for foreign nationals who have substantial experience owning and maintaining a farm and have the financial means to start a new farm in Alberta. Candidates for this stream must speak with the province and submit a comprehensive proposal explaining their plans to establish a new agricultural farm in Alberta.

AINP Strategic Recruitment Stream (closed)

June 14th, 2018 marked the end of this stream. New applications are not being accepted. 

Currently, the Alberta Strategic Recruitment stream is closed. During its active period, it encompassed multiple immigration streams designed to attract candidates to Alberta’s labour force. There were previously three programs in the stream:

  • Alberta Compulsory and Occupational Trades
  • Alberta Engineering Occupations
  • Alberta Post-Graduate Worker

AINP Employer-Driven Stream (closed)

June 14th, 2018 marked the end of this stream. New applications will no longer be accepted.

There is no employer-driven stream in Alberta at this time. This program provided immigration options to applicants who had valid job offers from employers in Alberta while it was active. Three programs were previously available:

  • Alberta Skilled Worker
  • Alberta International Graduate
  • Alberta Semi-Skilled Worker

We are able to find the most appropriate immigration program for each particular case, guiding each candidate through the entire process and ensuring that all documentation is in order to give Canada immigration applicants the best chance of success.

Saskatchewan

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Saskatchewan, located in Western Canada’s prairie region, is one of the country’s agricultural production hubs. The province, which is rich in farmland, is home to Regina and Saskatoon, two significant Canadian cities.

Provincial Nominee Programs (PNPs) such as the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) offer pathways to citizenship for foreign nationals and permanent residency for Canadians. Immigrants are targeted by the PNP based on where they will offer the province benefits, including skilled workers, workers in fields with labour shortages, and entrepreneurs with job offers. The province has several immigration streams, each categorized as follows:

  • Saskatchewan International Skilled Worker
  • Saskatchewan Experience
  • Saskatchewan Entrepreneur and Farm

Saskatchewan International Skilled Worker

Saskatchewan International Skilled Worker consists of three immigration streams aimed at targeting skilled workers who can contribute to Saskatchewan’s economy. Some streams prioritize workers who have experience in sectors that are experiencing a labour crunch, while others focus on Saskatchewan employers’ offers of employment.

  • Saskatchewan Express Entry
  • Saskatchewan Employment Offer
  • Saskatchewan In-Demand Occupation

Saskatchewan Experience

Featuring five immigration streams, Saskatchewan Experience is tailored towards workers who have already gained employment experience in Saskatchewan. In addition, workers in these streams need an employment offer from a Saskatchewan employer in order to continue working there. There are certain streams that prioritize workers who have prior experience in certain sectors where there are labour shortages in the province.

  • Saskatchewan Existing Work Permit
  • Saskatchewan Health Professionals
  • Saskatchewan Hospitality Sector Project
  • Saskatchewan Long-Haul Truck Driver Project
  • Saskatchewan Students

Saskatchewan Entrepreneur and Farm

There are two immigration streams in Saskatchewan called Entrepreneur and Farm, which cater to individuals who have business management experience and wish to launch a new business venture in Saskatchewan. Entrepreneurs with business ideas across several sectors can apply for the entrepreneurial stream while farm operators can apply for the farm owned and operated stream.

  • Saskatchewan Entrepreneur
  • Saskatchewan Farm Owners and Operators

We are able to find the most appropriate immigration program for each particular case, guiding each candidate through the entire process and ensuring that all documentation is in order to give Canada immigration applicants the best chance of success.

Manitoba

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Manitoba, one of Canada’s western Prairie provinces, is a province with a long history of agricultural output. Manitoba is bordered on the east by the province of Ontario and on the west by the province of Saskatchewan, and it is home to the city of Winnipeg.

The Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program (MPNP), a Provincial Nominee Program (PNP), offers foreign nationals the opportunity to become permanent residents of Canada. The PNP is aimed to attract immigrants in areas that will help the province, such as skilled employees, workers in sectors where there is a labor shortage, recent graduates, and agricultural entrepreneurs.

There are four types of immigration streams in operation in the province:

  • Skilled Workers in Manitoba (SWM)
  • Skilled Workers Overseas (SWO)
  • International Education Stream (IES)
  • Business Investor Stream (BIS)

Skilled Workers in Manitoba

This program consists of three immigration streams intended for those with prior work experience or offers of employment in Manitoba. In order to apply to this stream, candidates must work and live in Manitoba at the time of their application, or, in certain cases, they may be invited after attending a MPNP recruitment session overseas.

  • Skilled Workers in Manitoba Stream
  • Manitoba Experience Pathway 
  • Employer Direct Recruitment Pathway

Skilled Workers Overseas

The skilled workers oversea immigration stream consists of three tracks designed to target skilled workers who are able to join Manitoba’s work force and adapt easily to life in the province. In all streams of this category, prioritization is given to candidates having experience in Manitoba’s high-demand occupations.

  • Manitoba Skilled Workers Overseas Stream
  • Manitoba Express Entry Pathway
  • Manitoba Human Capital Pathway –

International Education Stream

IES (International Education Stream) focuses on Manitoba-based graduates from designated post-secondary institutions. The candidate for this category must have some amount of work experience or business management experience from the province, either completed after graduation or during their program of study through an internship or co-op. Within this stream, three pathways are available:

  • Manitoba Career Employment Pathway 
  • Manitoba Graduate Internship Pathway
  • Manitoba Student Entrepreneur Pathway

Business Investor Stream

Manitoba’s Business Investor Stream (BIS) offers two immigration streams for individuals with business management experience wishing to start a business in Manitoba. The entrepreneurial stream is intended for entrepreneurs across a range of sectors, while the farm investor stream is intended for agricultural entrepreneurs.

  • Manitoba Entrepreneur Pathway 
  • Manitoba Farm Investor Pathway

Manitoba In-Demand Occupations

There are a number of streams within the MPNP that seek candidates with work experience in an in-demand occupation in the province. These requirements are not mandatory for each of these streams, but they do give candidates an advantage in some cases. MPNP is not available to French-speakers who do not have experience in an in-demand occupation.

We are able to find the most appropriate immigration program for each particular case, guiding each candidate through the entire process and ensuring that all documentation is in order to give Canada immigration applicants the best chance of success.

Ontario

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The province of Ontario, located in central Canada, is the most preferred destination for new immigrants to the country. The province is home to both the nation’s economic capital, Toronto, and the nation’s capital, Ottawa.

Ontario’s Immigrant Nominee Program (OINP), a Provincial Nominee Program (PNP), is a collection of immigration pathways that let foreign nationals become Canadian permanent residents. In addition to skilled workers, workers in sectors with labour shortages and entrepreneurs, the PNP is intentionally designed to attract investors and entrepreneurs in areas of benefit to the province. The province has several immigration streams, each categorized as follows:

  • Ontario Human Capital
  • Ontario Employer Job Offer
  • Ontario Business

Ontario Human Capital

This segment of immigration encompasses a number of immigration streams aimed at recruiting workers for Ontario’s workforce. The Human Capital streams highlight the skills, abilities, or experience which suggest foreign nationals can easily integrate into the labour force in Ontario. It may be easier to find success through one of these streams if you have educational or work experience in Ontario, speak both English and French, and have competitive Express Entry profiles.

  • Human Capital Priorities – Express Entry
  • French-Speaking Skilled Worker – Express Entry
  • Skilled Trades – Express Entry
  • Masters Graduate
  • PhD Graduate

Ontario Employer Job Offer

An Ontario employer job offer stream provides immigration options to applicants with a valid job offer from an Ontario employer. It is essential that the job and both the employer meet certain requirements before being considered valid. Also, based on which stream the applicant wishes to apply through, they must meet certain requirements.

  • Foreign Worker
  • International Student with a Job Offer
  • In-Demand Skills

Ontario Business

The Ontario Business Immigration program targets wealthy entrepreneurs and businesses that plan to make substantial investments in Ontario’s business development. Entrepreneurs and corporations can acquire business projects in Ontario by taking advantage of this program. If these projects are successful, the applicants will be nominated to become permanent residents of Canada.

  • Entrepreneur
  • Corporate (Closed) 
  • Investor (Closed)

We are able to find the most appropriate immigration program for each particular case, guiding each candidate through the entire process and ensuring that all documentation is in order to give Canada immigration applicants the best chance of success.

Québec

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Quebec has a variety of immigration procedures that allow qualified individuals to get permanent residence in Canada. The federal government has given Quebec far more autonomy in terms of immigration rules and procedures, which is why Quebec’s immigration programs are frequently regarded differently from those of other provinces. 

Quebec is the only province in Canada where French is the sole official language. As a result, certain of Quebec’s immigration policies require or provide preference to people who are fluent in French. Non-French speakers who want to immigrate to the province, on the other hand, have options.

Quebec Selection Certificate – CSQ

Selection and admission are two different stages that must be completed before an application for immigration to Quebec can be authorized. Admission is handled at the federal level, whereas selection is handled at the provincial level. To immigrate to Quebec, an applicant must meet both the selection and admission standards. A foreign national must get clearance from the province of Quebec itself during the selection stage of the process.

A certificat de sélection du Québec (Quebec Selection Certificate – CSQ) provided by the provincial immigration authorities after a successful application through one of Quebec’s immigration programs demonstrates selection.

Quebec Skilled Worker Program (QSW)

Québec offers permanent residency through its Quebec Skilled Workers program (QSW). As a skilled worker program, applicants are required to have a specific level of work experience. It is based on points-based assessment, which means that applicants must meet a minimum score in order to be eligible.

The program does not require applicants to be fluent in French, but fluency may increase an applicant’s point score.

Candidates should submit their Expressions of Interest (EOI) via the online Arrima portal to participate in this program.

Quebec Experience Program (PEQ)

One of Quebec’s immigration avenues to permanent residence is the Quebec Experience Program (PEQ). Candidates must have prior experience in Quebec, either as a temporary foreign worker or as an international student, to be considered for the program. Applicants for the PEQ must have advanced intermediate oral French skills. This program has additional qualifying conditions, such as the applicant’s legal residence in Quebec at the time of application submission and processing.

Quebec Investor Program

Applicants must have net assets of at least $2 million CAD and the ability to invest at least $1.2 million CAD with a Quebec financial intermediary in order to be considered for the Quebec Investor Program. Applicants who meet these requirements may be eligible for the Quebec Investor Program, which allows them to seek permanent residency in Canada.

Quebec Entrepreneur Program

In order to participate in the Quebec Entrepreneur Program, applicants must be financially capable, possess business experience, and intend to start or acquire a business in Quebec.

Quebec Self-Employed

With Quebec’s Self-Employed Worker Program, certain people who are self-employed can immigrate to Quebec and work for themselves. For this program, applicants must have assets of at least $100,000 CAD and two years’ experience as self-employed workers in the profession they intend to practice in Quebec. 

Québec Acceptance Certificate (CAQ)

To authorize temporary stay in Quebec, a number of Quebec’s temporary resident programs require a certificat d’acceptation du Québec (Quebec Acceptance Certificate – CAQ). The bulk of study programs for international students fall under this category. NOTE: A CAQ allows you to stay in Quebec for a limited time. Not to be confused with a Quebec Selection Certificate (CSQ), which allows you to reside in Quebec permanently.

Validated Job Offer

Quebec employers can extend a job offer that has been officially validated by MIDI to foreign nationals they wish to hire. An offer of employment validated by the employer is a strong advantage in the Quebec Skilled Worker (QSW) program, as it awards 8 points (for positions located within the Montreal region) or 10 points (for positions located outside of the region).

Holders of validated job offers are also exempt from the QSW quota requirement, meaning they’re free to apply for a CAQ at any time. It is crucial that the job offer and the foreign national meet several requirements:

Job Position Requirements:

  • Must be a permanent, full-time position with National Occupational Classification (NOC) Skill Level 0, A, B, or C.
  • It must have a positive or neutral impact on the local labor market.
  • Applicants must be provided with a written offer by a Quebec-based employer who has been in operation for a minimum of 12 months.
  • For all positions, Canadian citizens and permanent residents must be considered for hire (see below).

Foreign National Requirements:

  • Must submit copies of identification documents, educational documents, curriculum vitae (CV), and a written copy of the employment offer.
  • Must have a license or certificate to practice in the profession if the profession is regulated in Quebec.
  • If the foreign national is already working for the employer, they must submit a copy of their work permit along with three recent paystubs.

In cases where a foreign national is already working for a Quebec employer under a temporary work permit, the employer does not need to show proof that they attempted to find a permanent resident or Canadian for the position. All other cases, the employer must demonstrate recruitment efforts. Hence, employers must first do everything possible to fill the position with a Canadian before they can offer it to a foreigner. Employers who meet all requirements for a validated job offer can apply for validation through MIDI if all requirements have been met.

We are able to find the most appropriate immigration program for each particular case, guiding each candidate through the entire process and ensuring that all documentation is in order to give Canada immigration applicants the best chance of success.

Nunavut

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Nunavut, with a population of only 33,000 people, has never experienced considerable immigration. However, as the mining and energy industries have grown rapidly, workers with the necessary skills and expertise are in high demand. Employers are frequently willing to pay a large premium for employees who want to work and live in Nunavut, in order to offset the region’s higher living costs.

Nunavut immigration is governed by the Northwest Territories Provincial Nominee Program at the regional level.

Temporary worker and student visas, as well as business-specific visas for entrepreneurs and investors, are all available through national immigration. However, because program eligibility requirements and other elements are regularly altered to fit individual skill requirements. 

Nunavut, unlike the other of Canada’s provinces and territories, does not have a provincial nomination program for immigration. Interested people can still apply for immigration to Nunavut using the Government of Canada’s federal immigration processes. The following are some of the most prevalent ways to immigrate to Nunavut:

 Express Entry: It is a federal program that allows skilled people to immigrate to Canada. For more information on how to become a permanent resident, see our Express Entry article.

Family Sponsorship: Your Canadian family can sponsor your immigration, or you can sponsor your family’s immigration if you become a permanent resident. More information about becoming a permanent resident can be found in our article on Family Sponsorship.

If you are interested in immigrating to Nunavut, please contact our team of experts, who will be able to assist you in determining the best program for your needs. 

We are able to find the most appropriate immigration program for each particular case, guiding each candidate through the entire process and ensuring that all documentation is in order to give Canada immigration applicants the best chance of success.

Northwest Territories

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The Northwest Territories, with over one million square kilometers of area and a population of just over 40,000 people, is Canada’s most populated northern region, offering a lethora of immigration prospects for foreign workers and entrepreneurs.

The Northwest Territories Nominee Program (NTNP), also known as the Provincial Nominee Program (PNP), is a set of immigration channels that allow foreign individuals to become permanent citizens of Canada.

Employer-driven immigration streams are used by the NTNP to target workers in skilled, semi-skilled, and low-skilled occupations. Its business-driven counterpart, on the other hand, seeks entrepreneurs and business owners from all sectors to create and establish new businesses in this remote northern region.

There are three types of immigration streams in operation in the province:

  • Northwest Territories Express Entry
  • Northwest Territories Employer Driven
  • Northwest Territories Business Driven

Northwest Territories Express Entry

Through this stream, skilled workers in the federal Express Entry pool can apply for permanent residence accelerated. Job offers from eligible Northwest Territories employers are required.

  • Northwest Territories Express Entry

Northwest Territories Employer Driven

Foreign nationals with experience in occupations classified as National Occupational Classification (NOC) Skill Level 0, A, B, C, or D, and a full-time, permanent job offer from a qualified employer are eligible for the Employer Driven streams.

  • Critical Impact Worker
  • Skilled Worker

Northwest Territories Business Driven

Northwest Territories Business Driven streams provide opportunities for entrepreneurs and business owners to start a business in the Northwest Territories. The program accepts applications from all economic sectors, but businesses that have a significant effect on the Northwest Territories economy or introduce a new product will be given priority when applying to the program.

  • Entrepreneur
  • Self-Employed (Terminated)

We are able to find the most appropriate immigration program for each particular case, guiding each candidate through the entire process and ensuring that all documentation is in order to give Canada immigration applicants the best chance of success.

Yukon

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The Yukon labor market, with a population of little over 30,000 people, is in desperate need of foreign skilled employees to supply the strong demand for skilled and semi-skilled occupations. 

As part of a Provincial Nominee Program (PNP), the Yukon Nominee Program (YNP) provides a variety of immigration pathways to Canadian citizenship for foreign nationals. A number of immigration streams are available in Yukon:

  • Yukon Skilled Worker
  • Yukon Express Entry
  • Yukon Critical Impact Worker
  • Yukon Business Nominee
  • Yukon Community Pilot

Yukon Skilled Worker

In the Yukon Skilled Worker Stream, foreign nationals with skilled work experience and a valid job offer from a Yukon employer are eligible to receive a provincial nomination. The candidate can directly apply for Canadian permanent residence through IRCC after receiving a provincial nomination from this stream.

Yukon Express Entry

With the Express Entry Yukon stream, Express Entry candidates with a valid job offer from Yukon employers are eligible to apply for a business nomination from the Yukon. As part of this program, applicants are eligible for expedited processing of their immigration applications through the federal Express Entry system.

Yukon Critical Impact Worker

A Yukon Critical Impact Worker nomination is available to qualified workers with semi-skilled work experience and a valid job offer from a Yukon employer. The candidate can directly apply for Canadian permanent residence through IRCC after receiving a provincial nomination from this stream.

Yukon Business Nominee

For individuals with business or entrepreneurial experience who wish to own and operate a business in Yukon, the Yukon Business Nominee stream provides a pathway to permanent residence. The minimum net worth requirement for applicants is $500,000 CAD, along with other program requirements.

Yukon Community Pilot

As part of the Yukon Nominee Program, the Yukon Community Pilot (YCP) was launched in 2012. To assist Yukon’s economy and work force, this pilot program was developed. Candidate will be granted an open work permit restricted by location for a period of two years.

We are able to find the most appropriate immigration program for each particular case, guiding each candidate through the entire process and ensuring that all documentation is in order to give Canada immigration applicants the best chance of success.