The Canadian Business Immigration Program is aimed at creating new opportunities in local markets by attracting those with the expertise and experience to help them expand.
Business immigration offering permanent admission to Canada comprise of the QIIP, Quebec Self-Employed, Quebec Entrepreneur program, several Federal Start-Up Visa program, the Provincial Nominee Entrepreneur programs, and the Federal (IIVC) Pilot Program.
You must meet all the following conditions in order to qualify as an Immigrant Investor and receive a Canada Investor Visa in 2019 – 2020: The Quebec Immigrant Investor (and spouse) must demonstrate a minimum of $2,000,000 Canadian in Personal Net Worth (was $1,6 million before 2018).
Business Immigration to Canada requirements:
- Establish a qualified new or acquiring business and develop an established business in B.C.
- For a Canadian citizen or permanent resident to establish at least one new full-time job.
- Investment in the new or current company to a minimum of $200,000.
- Total net worth $600,000.
These programs and visas are intended to help foster and grow the economy of Canada by attracting entrepreneurs, the self-employed, and business people who are not yet citizens of Canada. There are currently three sources of Business Immigration Programs available, these being:
Applicants for start-up visas will apply if they have a promising, creative business that will help the Canadian economy develop and create jobs in Canada. Effective applicants obtain permanent residency for both themselves and their families.
The self-Employed Program curriculum is tailored for people who are willing to build their own work by contributing to Canada’s job market athletically, culturally, or artistically. For the Self-employed Program, people with adequate funds and relevant work experience can apply.
Business Visitor Visa
Business Visitor Visa is for business individuals who wish to remain temporarily in Canada by rising, investing or establishing business contacts in order to participate in foreign business markets. The Business Visitor Visa is for prospective applicants not planning to impact directly on the Canadian job market, among other criteria.