Territories du Nord-Ouest (T.N.-O.)
The Northwest Territories is the most northern province in Canada, and it is divided up into five distinct regions. It is also the least populous province in Canada, with a population of slightly more than 45,000 people spread out over an area of 1,346 million square kilometres. Yellowknife, the province’s main city, provides a wealth of opportunities not found in the region’s plethora of smaller communities. The majority of newcomers to Canada settle in large urban centres like Toronto, Vancouver, or Calgary, which can make it more challenging to find work in Canada. On the other hand, the likelihood of obtaining a job offer is significantly higher in less populated parts of the country. The additional perk is having the opportunity to take in the breathtaking scenery of Canada’s remote north. During the winter months, you can see the aurora borealis, sometimes known as the northern lights. You can also visit several stunning national parks that are home to North American bison and spread across thousands of square kilometres. You have an opportunity waiting for you to take advantage of in the Northwest Territories.
What is the Function of the PNP?
You can obtain a provincial nomination through one of these three channels: Express Entry, the Skilled Worker Programme, or the Critical Impact Worker Programme. If you want to apply for immigration under the Express Entry programme, you have to ensure that you meet all of the standards for federal immigration. Despite its more demanding prerequisites, this programme may provide a route to permanent residency that is more quickly accessible; yet, it also has more stringent standards. The first thing you need to do is figure out which stream you have to apply to, and then get a legitimate employment offer from an employer who is designated to work in the Northwest Territory (NWT). The Northwest Territories are just like the rest of Canada in that regard; they provide a wide variety of work opportunities. You are required to demonstrate that you are eligible for the stream that you have selected and to submit your application either to the provincial government of the NWT or through the Express Entry system.
Skilled Worker Programme
Under the National Occupation Classification (NOC), applicants can only be considered for the skilled worker programme if their employment type is classified as either 0 or A or B. In order to apply for this stream, you will need to register with the Immigrate to NWT government portal and create a profile for yourself. It is quite similar to the Express Entry system in the sense that, if your skills and qualifications are in demand, you will likewise receive an Invitation to Apply.
|In-Demand Occupation List|
|3112||General Practitioners & Family Physicians|
|4214||Early Childhood Educator|
|6313||Accommodation, travel, tourism and related services supervisors & managers|
|7237||Welders and Related Machine Operators|
|7312||Heavy-Duty Equipment Mechanics|
Worker Stream for the Critical Impact
The purpose of this immigration programme is to assist in the process of filling entry-level positions in the labour market of the NWT. It is geared for jobs that need some level of ability but are classified as NOC C or D. You are not required to have any post-secondary training in order to be qualified for this stream; nevertheless, you are required to have a high school diploma and at least six months of full-time work experience with a business based in the Northwest Territories. There is also a prerequisite for a basic level of language ability, and you have to be in good standing with regard to your work permit for Canada.
|In-Demand Occupation List|
|6525||Hotel Desk Clerks|
|6711||Food Counter Attendants & Kitchen Helpers|
|6731||Hotel Housekeepers & Room Attendants|
|6733||Janitors, caretakers and building superintendents|
How We May Be Able to Assist You in Applying
Immigration to Canada can be a difficult and perplexing process at times. By working with one of our certified Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultants (RCICs), you will not only improve the likelihood that your visa application will be approved, but you will also receive professional guidance regarding the immigration programme that is most suited to your unique requirements. Because our RCICs are registered with the ICCRC, we are legally authorised to provide assistance to you in the form of determining whether or not you are eligible, reviewing any and all documentation, and submitting it to the Canadian government on your behalf. Don’t put yourself in jeopardy of not being able to live out your Canadian dream. Let us make sure that all of the paperwork are filled out properly and that they are submitted on time.