The Canadian provincial immigration program, Northwest Territories Nominee Program is run by the government of the province in cooperation with the federal government’s Citizenship and Immigration Canada. Like any other Canadian provincial nominee program, the NTNP is also an initiative taken by the governments to attract international skilled workers to the province, who have the potential to contribute to the Northwest Territories economy.
The Northwest Territories Nominee Program helps international people in immigrating to the province who wish to settle down there. The program allows the province to nominate the eligible individuals who it thinks would be able contribute to the labor market of Northwest Territories. The provincial program has one very significant benefit on the international immigrants’ part. The Northwest Territories Nominee Program nominated international immigrants are facilitated with fast-tracked application process to obtain permanent resident Canada.
The successful applicants to get nominated to immigrate to the province of Northwest Territories are provided with a certificate, which further gear up the application process to obtain Canadian permanent residence status. The Northwest Territories nominee Program allows foreign individuals to immigrate under four categories. They are;
- Skilled Worker
- Critical Impact Worker
- Entrepreneur Business
- Self-Employed Business
To learn about the Northwest Territories Nominee Program’s categories, contact an Immigration and Visa Consultant!