IMMIGRATION

Business Immigration


If you are a business person or wealthy investor who is looking to immigrate to Canada, the Canadian federal and provincial governments offer a number of options that may allow you to fast-track the Canadian immigration process.

Business Class immigration seeks to improve Canada’s access to growing foreign markets, by welcoming foreign nationals who are familiar with those markets.

If this option sounds well-suited to your experience and goals, there are several immigration pathways from which to choose. Depending on where you plan to reside, we can apply on your behalf for one of the programs offered by the federal government or by a particular province, such as for the Ontario business immigration programs. Get started exploring your options by starting a free assessment (see below), and we will be pleased to discuss your Business Class immigration options with you.

Business Immigration Programs

Ontario

Ontario is the most populated province, home to large businesses, and diverse communities.

To start a business, you will need to spend $800,000+, and have wealth of $900,000+. You need a basic level English skills.

Quebec

Quebec is a French speaking province, with a rich culture, and many business opportunities.

To start a business, you will need to spend $800,000+, and have wealth of $900,000+. You need a basic level English skills.

New Brunswick

New Brunswick is a province in Eastern Canada, that is affordable and welcoming to new migrants.

To start a business, you will need to spend $250,000+, and have wealth of $900,000+. You need a basic level English skills.

Saskatchewan

Saskatchewan is in the middle of Canada, and has a rich farming industry and many opportunities.

To start a business, you will need to spend $200,000+, and have wealth of $600,000+. You do not need any English language skills.

Alberta

Alberta is a Western province, with a booming oil & gas sector and many employment opportunities.

To start a business, you will need to spend $800,000+, and have wealth of $900,000+. You need a basic level English skills.

British Columbia

British Columbia is a Western province, with a strong economy and many business opportunities.

To start a business, you will need to spend $800,000+, and have wealth of $900,000+. You do not need any English language skills.

Depending on the amount of funds that you have available to invest in Canada, there may be a number of options available to you. For instance, the Quebec or Manitoba Immigrant Investor program allows individuals to immigrate to Canada by making a government-secured, passive investment. If you are looking for a more active investment, there are a number of Entrepreneur and Provincial Nominee programs available for immigration, which will require you to invest in and operate a business in Canada. You may also wish to explore the Entrepreneur Start-Up Visa Program. Since there are so many options available to you, we encourage you to fill out a free assessment to take advantage of our extensive experience and discuss your options with a specialist.

Your business management and ownership experience may make you eligible for a number of entrepreneur categories. These are offered by the Provincial Nominee Programs, such as the entrepreneur stream programs offered by Ontario, or Quebec. Take advantage of our intimate knowledge of these programs by starting a free assessment.

Each province encourages the immigration of entrepreneurs and business managers through their Provincial Nominee Programs. These programs require that you make an active investment of either your capital or management abilities in a business located in one of Canada’s provinces. There are a number of programs available depending on which province you are considering for your new Canadian home. We welcome you to start your free assessment so that we can determine the best option for you

Canada welcomes self-employed individuals in a variety of fields based on their success and the reputation that they have established in their field. These fields range from farming to athletics to the arts. Start your free assessment today to find out if your self-employed experience would make you eligible for one of the Self-Employed Immigration Programs

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