Home to approximately 30,000 people, Yukon is the northwest province of Canada. The Klondike Gold Rush of the late 1890s probably gave Yukon the legendary place in the country’s history. Most of its population live in the capital of Whitehorse. Its economy depends mostly on mining and tourism. If you value strong communities, as well as amazing outdoors, Yukon could be a great place for you to settle.


Yukon Nominee Program (YNP)

The Provincial Nominee Program of Yukon is called YNP. Interested candidates with the required skills and experience determined by the province can get a Yukon Provincial Nominee Certificate through this program. This certificate will make them eligible to apply for permanent residence in Canada.

Prospective candidates can apply for YNP through the following categories:

• Yukon Express Entry (YEE)

• Skilled Worker

• Critical Impact Worker

• Business Nominee


Yukon Express Entry (YEE)

Added to its existing immigration program in March 2015, Yukon Express Entry lets individuals, who are already in Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada’s (IRCC) Express Entry pool to get nominated by the province. Candidates must have the necessary education, language ability, skilled work experience and other factors to be integrated into Yukon’s labour market and communities.

Prospective foreign nationals must be eligible for one of the following federal economic immigration programs to enter the federal Express Entry pool:

• Federal Skilled Worker Program

• Federal Skilled Trades Program

• Canadian Experience Class


Skilled Worker

Yukon employers can sponsor foreign skilled workers for Canadian permanent residence under this category. Prospective candidates should possess education required for the job and must demonstrate at least one year of related work experience, which can even be gained outside Yukon. Besides, the employer must be a Canadian citizen or permanent residence and he or she must be registered and operating a business in Yukon for at least one year. Being a recognized government body in Yukon will also work for an employer.

Critical Impact Worker

It’s an employer-driven stream where foreign nationals possessing skills and experience, which are in-demand in the territory can be nominated by their Yukon employers under this category. Applicants must have the educational background (minimum a high school diploma) to fulfill the requirement of the job as per the criteria stated in the National Occupational Classification (NOC). He or she must demonstrate at least six months of work experience in the related field.

Business Nominee

Foreign nationals interested in starting a new business, partnering or purchasing an existing business in Yukon can apply under this category. Prospective candidates must have proven business experience to become a nominee and receive support for a Two Year Work Permit issued by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC). He or she must have at least net worth of $500,000 CAD and $300,000 CAD in liquid assets (cash, cash derivatives, bonds etc.).


At INFO Immigration Centre for Application Inc., you will get all the necessary information for applying under any of these streams. Just submit us your resume and we will know in which category you’re eligible to apply. For more information, please contact us.