This scantily populated northwesternmost province, adorns Canada's highest Peak, Mount Logan. Yukon has some of the most beautiful scenic and picturesque areas, including the Emerald lake, glaciers and numerous trails.

Owing to its sparse population there are multiple opportunities for skilled and semi skilled workers. Yukon Provincial Nominee Program is the main immigration program and individuals can qualify for immigration to Yukon PNP under a variety of categories

  1. Yukon Express Entry
  2. Yukon Skilled Worker
  3. Yukon Critical Impact Worker
  4. Yukon Business Nominee Program
For a candidate to qualify for the Yukon Nominee Program, they must:
  • Have a full-time and year-round job offer from an eligible Yukon employer
  • Meet all the specific criteria of the application stream of your choice

Yukon Express Entry

As part of this stream, the province can nominate those in Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC)'s Express Entry pool who have the necessary education, skilled work experience, language ability, and other factors to help them settle and integrate successfully into Yukon's labour market and community.

Yukon offers Express Entry profile holders with a valid job offer from a Yukon employer the opportunity to apply for a provincial nomination. A major benefit of this program is that it is aligned with the federal Express Entry immigration system, enabling successful applicants to receive expedited processing on their immigration applications.

Yukon Skilled Worker Category

Through the Yukon Skilled Worker stream, foreign nationals with skilled work experience and a valid job offer can be nominated by a Yukon employer. Itr specifically targets candidates in the category of NOC skill levels 0, A and B. Through this stream, the candidate is able to apply directly to IRCC for Canadian permanent residence.

Yukon Business Nominee Program

This stream provides a stream for individuals with business and entrepreneurial experience who are interested in growing and operating a business in the Yukon. In addition to meeting other program requirements, candidates and applicants need a minimum net worth of $500,000 CAD.