Attention Filipinos in Canada, the Federal and Provincial immigration programs of Canada are constantly evolving. Let Mercan assist and guide you which among these immigration programs will best meet your needs
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|Provincial Nominee Program|
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Yukon Nominee Program (YNP)
The Yukon Nominee Program (YNP) was developed to allow the Government of Yukon to nominate potential immigrants based on industrial and economic priorities and labour market conditions; and who, based on Yukon’s assessment, have a strong likelihood of successfully establishing themselves in Yukon society.
Once you are nominated by the province, you must submit your YNP and federal immigration application package directly to the appropriate CIC visa office. CIC will conduct criminal, security and health checks on your application. It may also request an interview or additional information. CIC will make the final selection decision on whether you will be issued a permanent resident visa.
There are two programs the Yukon Nominee Program offers: the Business Nominee Program and the Skilled Worker / Critical Impact Worker Program.
Yukon Business Nominee Program
The Business Program has two components: an Entrepreneur category and a Self-Employed category.
• Entrepreneur Category - While most economic sectors are eligible, the industries that the Government of Yukon has identified as priority industries include the following: Information Technology, Manufacturing, Value-added Processing, Forestry, Tourism Products, Attractions, Services and Facilities, Energy, Mining/Mineral Development, Agriculture, Cultural Industries, and Film and Video Production.
• Self-Employed Category - The self-employed category of the Nominee Program is designed to attract professionals who can provide a service that is in demand in Yukon by establishing business outlets or professional practices.
Yukon Skilled Worker and Yukon Critical Impact Worker Program
The Yukon Skilled Worker Program is designed to attract qualified individuals who can help alleviate the shortage of skilled workers in the Territory who cannot be found within the current territorial or national labour market. The Critical Impact Worker Category provides Yukon employers with the means to fill semi-skilled jobs in the levels of C and D of the National Occupational Code.