Processing your resident visa through the Provincial Nominee Program involves two different processes: One with the provincial government, and another with the federal government. We have a wealth of experience dealing with Provincial nominees programs.
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There are three programs the Yukon Nominee Program offers: the Skilled Worker Program, the Critical Impact Worker Program and the Business Program
Business Nominee Program: It is designed to attract business expertise and investment capital to the territory. The Business Program has two components: an Entrepreneur category and a Self Employed category.
Skilled Worker Program: It 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.
Critical Impact Worker Program: It provides Yukon employers with the means to fill semi-skilled jobs in the levels of C and D.
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