If you want to go Canada via the Yukon Provincial Nominee Programmer then it allows candidates to live and work in Canada on a permanent residence basis the opportunity to immigrate to the Yukon as a skilled worker or a self-employed person.
This The Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) allows provincial governments to choose immigrants according to the economic needs of the province i.e.
Establishes its own standards and processes by which it chooses its nominees; and
Tries to nominate those candidates who would be most likely to settle effectively into the economic and social life of the region.
The Provincial Nominee Program is not points tested.
Successful candidates will receive a Yukon Nomination Certificate, which will speed-up the Canada Immigration (Permanent Resident) Visa application process. Under the Yukon Nominee Program (YNP), you may qualify less than one of two streams:
Yukon PNP Business Program
There are two categories under the Business Program:
To win the entrepreneur Canadian visa, the applicant must have:
Invested a minimum of $150,000 CDN equity into starting or buying a business;
A personal net worth of at least $250,000.00 CDN;
Visited the Yukon at least once prior to application;
Basic communication skills in one of the two official languages;
The necessary experience and education to successfully implement the business plan.
Professional Self-Employed To qualify as a professional self-employed person, the applicant must:
Satisfy a certification or accreditation requirement for the profession or occupation;
Have a profession or occupation that has been listed as a professional skill shortage;
Be licensed/ accepted by the body governing the profession, if applicable;
Be able to conduct basic communications in the official language of the workplace;
Visit the Yukon so as to be aware of and have an understanding of the social, economic and weather conditions of the territory;
Demonstrate that he/she has sufficient financial resources to start and operate the professional practice and to support himself/ herself and any dependents for a period of six months;
Submit a detailed business plan for the business or practice.
Yukon PNP Skilled Worker Program
There are two categories under the Skilled Worker Program:
Skilled Worker (Requirement)
To qualify as a Skilled Worker under the Yukon Nominee Program, the applicant must have:
A permanent full-time job offer from a Yukon employer in an occupation that falls in levels A, B, or 0 in the National Occupational Classification Matrix;
The required certification or accreditation for the specific trade or occupation;
A license or accepted by the Territorial body governing the occupation or trade, if applicable;
The ability to conduct basic communications in the official language of the work place;