Yukon Skilled Worker PNP
The Yukon Nominee Program (“PNP/YNP” or “Yukon PNP”) has a Skilled Worker component. Generally applies to trade or skill that falls into Skill levels O, A, B of the National Occupation Classification Matrix. After the applicant has been nominated, Yukon PNP/YNP will provide the standard letter to the relevant CIC post as well as to the nominee stating that the person is nominated and eligible for a work visa.
Yukon Business PNP/YNP
Yukon Business PNP/YNP has Entrepreneur and Self Employed categories. Yukon Business PNP/YNP due to its different structure, generally does not have applicants use this program to help facilitate a work visa. Under Yukon Business PNP/YNP the applicant submits a preliminary business plan, shows a commitment to live in the Yukon, demonstrates net worth and ability to invest the minimum amount in a key sector. If the preliminary business plan is approved the applicant submits a detailed business plan and has an interview. Once an application is accepted and the business plan is implemented, a nomination certificate for permanent residency will be sent to Citizenship and Immigration Canada. Should the applicant be unable to implement the business plan immediately, a letter of support for a work permit will be issued to Citizenship and Immigration Canada to allow the applicant additional time to implement the business plan.
Brian Edward Tadayoshi Tsuji
Canadian Immigration Lawyer
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666 Burrard Street
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, V6C 2Z7
Tel:(604) 643-6496 Fax:(604) 605-3596