Canadian Business Visa - Brazolot Migration Group

Canadian Business Visa

There are over 14 different business streams to Canada, each with their own nuances, criterion, investment and personal net worth requirements.

Our dedicated business unit can answer your questions and guide you through the myriad of different categories.

  1. The Government of Canada – Start-Up Visa
  2. The Government of Canada – Self-employed Visa
  3. Owner/Operator Labor Market Assessment
  4. British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program (BCPNP)
  5. Alberta Self-Employed Farmer Stream (AINP)
  6. Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP)
  7. Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program – Business Immigration (MPNP)
  8. Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program (OINP)
  9. Québec Business Programs
  10. New Brunswick Provincial Nominee Program (NBPNP)
  11. Prince Edward Island Stream (PEI PNP)
  12. Nova Scotia Nominee Program (NSNP)
  13. Yukon Business Nominee Program (YBNP)
  14. Northwest Territories Nominee Program (NTNP)

Some applications will take months to process, others weeks, and yet some will take years.

Your investment could be as little as CAD$100,000.00 with a personal net worth ranging from CAD$0.00 – CAD$2,000.000.00.

Start-Up Visa

The Start-Up Visa has been developed to encourage entrepreneurs with strong ideas for new business ventures to obtain financial backing from Canadian investors for their business venture and apply for permanent resident status in Canada based on their potential business venture.

The Start-Up Visa will link the applicant with a private sector organisation experienced with working with start-up businesses. The designated organisation must support the business venture and provide a minimum investment of CAD $200,000 (from a designated Canadian venture capital fund) or CAD $75,000 (from a designated Canadian angel investor group). Alternatively, the applicant must be accepted onto a Canadian business incubator program with a designated organisation.

In addition to the support of a designated organisation, an applicant must also meet the Canadian immigration eligibility requirements for education, language ability and settlement funds.

Self-Employed Category

Canada’s self-employed category is for applicants with specific experience in the cultural or athletic field. Applicants should have the intention and ability to be self-employed in Canada.

Cultural and Athletic Activities

Applicants must be able to show that they will make a significant contribution to the cultural or athletic life of Canada. This experience is defined as being participation at a world-class level in cultural activities or athletics.

There is no minimum financial requirement for this category but applicants must be able to demonstrate that they have sufficient funds to create an employment opportunity for themselves and support their family members.

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Would you like to know more?

Brazolot Migration Group now hosts a series of free webinars (online seminars) about Canadian immigration and the different visa options. Please visit our “Canada – You CAN Go!” page to find out more and to register.

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