There are three Business
To qualify as an investor, the applicant destined
for any province in Canada must:
- have successfully operated, controlled or
directed a business
- have accumulated through his or her own endeavours
a net worth of at least CAD $800,000
- invest CAD $400,000 for
five (5) years with the Department
of Citizenship and Immigration Canada which
acts as agent on behalf of provincial and territorial
To qualify as an entrepreneur, you must demonstrate
business experience. This means that you must have
managed and controlled a percent of equity of a
Entrepreneurs must have a legally
obtained a net worth of at least CAD $300,000.
When you immigrate to Canada as
an entrepreneur, you must
- have the intention and ability to control
a percentage of equity of a qualifying Canadian
- demonstrate an active and ongoing management
of the qualifying Canadian business
- create, in your new business, at least one
new full-time job for a Canadian citizen or
You must meet these requirements
within three (3) years of becoming
a permanent resident.
As a self-employed person, you
must have relevant experience in cultural activities,
athletics or farm management. You must have the
intention and ability to establish a business that
will, at a minimum, create employment for yourself.
You must make a significant contribution to cultural
activities or athletics or purchase and manage a
farm in Canada.
No immigration conditions are imposed
on this immigration category. You must have enough
money to support yourself and your family members
after you arrive in Canada.
To arrange for a consultation,
discuss your eligibility and advise you on the appropriate
line of action, we invite you to call
us. Please be informed that a consultation
fee will be applicable.