If you want to be a permanent resident in Canada, you may consider the Northwest Territories Nominee Program. Once you become a successful applicant, a nomination certificate will help speed up the processing of your permanent residency. But how will you know if you will qualify for the program?
Below are the points you need to consider before passing an application:
Skilled Workers Category
The applicant must have a permanent and full-time job that falls in Skill level A, B or O.A valid certification is required for the position. The job needs to be accepted by the body governing the trade and the applicant must be able to communicate using the language of his/her place of work.
The Critical Impact Worker Class
The applicant needs to hold a full-time job with a Northwest Territories employer. The job can either fall in skill level C or D in the NOC. You must have a temporary work permit and have worked for about six months in the area. As an applicant of permanent residency, you need to show proof of financial support. Just like the skilled worker, you need to be able to adopt the language they are using to communicate well.
The Entrepreneur Business Category
An applicant needs a total of $300,000 CAD investment and a personal net worth of $500,000 CAD in the Yellowknife area, or a $150,000 CAD investment and a net worth amounting to $250,000 CAD if outside the Yellowknife area. Part of the requirement is showing a proposal to purchase a business in the Northwest Territories.
The Self-Employed Business Class
To apply for permanent residency, the applicant needs their job or profession listed in the shortage of professional skills in the Northwest Territories. In line with this is the need to hold a certification and license as proof of your qualification. As a professional worker you need to be familiar with the Northwest Territories’ culture and economic issues. You need to be financially stable to start the practice of your profession and to sustain you and your dependents. Once you know you can qualify for this class you may submit a business plan related to your profession.
The Northwest Territories Nominee Program can be your key to being a permanent resident in Canada.CLICK HERE FOR IMMIGRATION ASSESSMENT Due to constantly changing regulations, we cannot fully guarantee the accuracy of the information on this site. Please contact us to confirm information.