Find answers to common questions about immigration in Yukon.
An immigration representative is someone who works on your behalf with
There are two types of immigration representatives: unpaid and paid. An unpaid representative is a person or organization that does not charge you a fee. Examples include: family members, friends and members of non-government or religious organizations.
If you choose to hire a paid representative, we can only work with people who are members of:
Members of these organizations must meet ethical and professional standards. If you choose to use a paid representative, you should ask for references and make sure your representative is a member of one of the associations.
Learn more about who can be an immigration representative at Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada or the Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council (ICCRC).
You do not need to hire an immigration representative or consultant to apply to the Yukon Nominee Program (YNP). However, if you wish to do so, you should know that:
If you plan to use a representative, please contact the YNP for more information. Before we can talk to a representative about you, you will also need to sign an Authority to Release Personal Information to a Designated Individual form .
No. If you do not have a job offer you may contact IRCC to apply for a different immigration program.
No. We cannot be a part of the federal IRCC refugee claim, appeal or removal process.
The Yukon Health Care Insurance plan covers medically required hospital and medical services and certain dental-surgical procedures. The cost is paid by Yukon’s general revenues. You pay no premiums. Some employers provide additional benefits, such as vision and dental care. Insurance coverage usually becomes effective 3 months after you move to Yukon, but you must apply.
For details about what is covered, who is eligible and how to apply, visit Yukon Health Care Insurance Plan.
Yes, your spouse or common-law partner and dependent children under the age of 18 may come with you, if approved by IRCC.