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Yukon Temporarily Pauses Whitehorse-based Applications for Nominee Program




Yukon Temporarily Pauses Whitehorse-based Applications for Nominee Program

The government of Yukon has taken a proactive step to manage the current volume of applications for the Yukon Nominee Program by temporarily pausing the acceptance of Whitehorse-based submissions. This measure is intended to streamline efforts in processing existing applications and ensure a more efficient immigration process.

While the program will continue to accept applications for nominees in rural Yukon communities, the temporary suspension of applications from Whitehorse employers is a strategic move to address the backlog and minimize delays in processing times.

Between January 1 and May 6, 2024, the Yukon Nominee Program received an overwhelming 590 applications. However, as of May 6, only 107 of these nominations had been processed, leaving a staggering 483 applications pending. This volume exceeds the 430 nominee allocation set by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) for Yukon in 2024.

By pausing new applications from the territory’s capital, the government aims to reallocate resources and focus on processing the existing backlog. This temporary measure will help ensure that applicants currently in the queue receive timely decisions and minimize unnecessary delays.

The decision to pause Whitehorse-based applications reflects the government’s commitment to maintaining an efficient and effective immigration system. By managing the influx of new applications, the Yukon Nominee Program can better align its processing capacity with the allocated nomination targets, ensuring a smooth and streamlined experience for all applicants.

While the temporary suspension may cause some inconvenience for Whitehorse-based employers and applicants, the government has assured that the pause is a short-term measure. The expectation is that the program will resume accepting applications from Whitehorse employers in 2025, once the current backlog has been effectively addressed.

This proactive approach demonstrates the government’s dedication to maintaining the integrity and credibility of the Yukon Nominee Program, while also ensuring that immigration processes remain fair and accessible to all eligible applicants across the territory.

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