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Express Entry Provincial Nominee

Province of Yukon

Minimum requirements

To be nominated by a province and substantially increase Express Entry CRS, the applicant must have a valid Express Entry profile, meets and maintains minimum requirements of either Federal Skilled Worker, Federal Skilled Trades or Canadian Experience Class stream

Express Entry profile
Meet and maintain at least one stream of Express Entry program
Job offer
Full-time permanent under TEER category 0, 1, 2, 3 occupations with a wage that meets or exceeds the median wage for the region
Ties to the province
Intend and have the ability to live permanently in Yukon after being nominated

Meeting the minimum requirements does not guarantee the applicant will receive the invitation.
Applicant and employer must meet recruitment requirements to be nominated.

Application process

Process timeline of preparing and reviewing the application
between applicant with Provincial and Federal Government

Open Express Entry Profile
Stage 1

Submit an Express Entry profile to IRCC when eligible with Yukon as the destination. The profile is scored and ranked based on the information provided.Profile valid for 12 months

Nomination submission
Stage 2

Having the job offer, complete the application with the employer when eligible and submit to the province by hand, mail or email.

Decision of Nomination
Stage 3

Application approved, the applicant receives a Nomination Certificate to update their Express Entry profile and receive additional points.
Province reviews in 12 - 14 weeks

Federal invitation
Stage 4

Applicant having a higher CRS score or same CRS score with the profile created earlier will receive invitation to apply.
Profiles are selected every 2 weeks

Get PR Status
Stage 5

Application approved, the applicant gets Permanent Resident status after landing or confirming on IRCC Portal.IRCC reviews in 6 months

Candidate who has submitted their application to IRCC before the expiry of work permit may apply for a work permit extension to continue working legally.

Success factors

Crucial elements affect the decision

Settlement fund
Canadian work experience
Work experience
Management experience
Employer supports
Occupation in Canada
Job position
Field study in Canada
Employer Letter of Support
Community referral letter
Farm experience
Job offer
Business proposal
Residential area
Provincial nomination
Education in Canada
Express Entry profile


Benefits the applicant and their accompanying family members are entitled to when becoming permanent residents


The immigration application includes the applicant's spouse and children

Work and study
Work and study

Keep working legally with the letter of support for work permit renewal


Access to high-quality modern public health care as same as Canadian


Free or lower tuition for children depends on the level of education


Access to social benefits as same as Canadian

Mobility right
Mobility right

Live and work anywhere under Permanent Resident status


Ability to sponsor relatives if the conditions are met


Ability to obtain citizenship if residency conditions are met

Specific requirements

Important requirements the applicant should note

Basic requirements

  • Have a valid Express Entry profile and qualified under Federal Skilled Workers, Federal Skilled Trades or Canadian Experience Class stream
  • Intend to live and work permanently in Yukon after being nominated

Job offer

  • Full-time permanent (35+ hours/week) under TEER category 0, 1, 2, 3 occupations with a wage that meets or exceeds the median wage of the same occupation for the region


  • Have the business registered with the province
  • Do business for at least 1 year (3 years if non-profit organization) in Yukon
  • Demonstrate enough efforts of hiring Canadian or Permanent Residents
  • Operate by Canadian or Permanent Resident, fully complies with provincial business-related laws and regulations
  • Have settlement and retention plans to help potential employees stay in the province