The Entrepreneur Program tries to attract experienced business individuals who intend to own and actively manage businesses in Canada which contribute to the economy and create jobs in this country.
The start-up program targets entrepreneurs that have the skills to start a business in Canada that have an unique idea that has not yet been developed.
This program is for persons that have a post-secondary education, has held a management position and can speak basic English. You will need to create employment for Canadians or PR card holders and you should be able to compete with entrepreneurs on a global scale
The Self-Employed Program plans to attract persons who have the intention and ability to become self-employed in Canada. In this program you must have:
have relevant experience in cultural activities or athletics and
be willing and able to make a significant contribution to the cultural or athletic life of Canada
EXPRESS ENTRY / Skilled Worker
Skilled workers have education, work experience, full knowledge of English or French, and many other abilities that will help them to settle and establish themselves successfully as permanent residents in the country of Canada. Recently a new category has been added to Skilled worker. This category is for those individuals who have at least one-year work experience in Canada.
These group of immigrants are ready to invest and bring their money to Canada to support the development of a strong and prosperous Economy. They will be selected only if they can be economically well established in Canada. The program has some differences in Federal Government and the Province of Quebec.
This category has four different categories:
Start UP (persons with unique ideas)
Quebec Investor Program
This program is not arranged for everybody. It is for those who have reached a level of business and monetary success in their life and will continue their success in Canada, The Investor Program was planned by the Canadian government to attract successful and interested business immigrants like you, and to bring new investment capital to Canada.
To qualify, you must meet the following criteria:
show that you have business experience
you must have legally obtained a minimum net worth of $2,000,000 CDN
pass medical and security evaluations
make a $1,200,000 CDN investment with the Government of Canada for 5 years or make a one-time pay out
Family reunification is an important component of Canada's immigration agenda. this program covers the following:
Spouse, common law partner or Conjugal (must be 18 years of age or older)
Parents or grand parents Under the Parents and grandparents, you MUST meet income requirements
Children under the age of 22 including those who are intended to be adopted
Brothers, sisters, nephews and nieces or grand children who are orphan and under the age of 18
You can sponsor a relative in case that you do not have anybody except the sponsored
Dependent and adopted Children
Spouse and children
Under the Spousal Visa,Permanent residents who are living in Canada can apply to sponsor their married spouses and dependent children abroad. This includes Common law partners and conjugal partners. IF you are a Canadian citizen living abroad and you have intentions of returning to Canada to live and work you can sponsor your spouse and dependent children.
The Spousal Visa allows applicants married to a Canadian citizen or permanent resident to be sponsored along with their dependent children. You and your spouse must be genuinely married in your country of residence. Marriage should be real and continuing nature of your relationship and intend to live together in Canada, upon approval. Your Canadian sponsor must be capable of supporting you without accessing public funds.
Permanent Resident Card (PR card) applications
All PR card holders must have a valid PR card or a Permanent resident document (Returning resident permit) to return to Canada.
If you card is expired, you must make an application for renewing your PR card.
Visitor Visa / Extension of Status
A visitor visa also known as a (TRV) is a visa that allows you to enter and visit Canada for a specific amount of time. Most foreign nationals need a visa to enter Canada.
Extension of Status for (TRV)
Study Permits (Student visas)
Most international students need a study permit to study in Canada. This program is for serious students that wish to continue their studies in Canada.
Study permits are for any age from primary to post-secondary studies.
For young students (primary through high school) they can either study at Private or Government schools. International students must pay for their tuitions. There are numerous excellent private schools throughout Canada. In some instances, a parent may receive visas to accompany their children to Canada. Study permits are NOT a visitor visa and it only allows you to study in Canada. You will need a separate temporary visa to travel back and forth to Canada and your home country.
University students must also have a separate temporary visa to travel back and forth to Canada and your home country.
Persons must be eligible to Become Canadian Citizenship. We can help guide you through this process. If you are eligible you must meet the certain criteria; be a PR and live in Canada for 3 out of 5 years, speak English or French and take a test to prove how well you know you Canada.
If you are between the ages (18 to 54 years of age on the day you sign your application) you must meet these requirements.