The successful candidates of this class are those individuals who are capable of investing in Canada by starting up businesses there to generate good amounts of revenue and offer employment for Canadian nationals. In the year 2015 and 2016, there will be an expected increase in the amount of Business Immigrants to Canada, therefore this is your opportunity to obtain permanent residence there too. Statistics also show that from 2013 there are more than 9000 Business Immigrants who were given entry on Canadian soil.
In order to help encourage the development of a robust and flourishing economic atmosphere, the Canadian government is always in reach of individuals who have adequate business experiences and necessary assets. The Canadian Business Class is divided into various categories and we are here to ensure that you choose the right option depending on your situation. The categories of the Business include Immigrant Investor Venture Capital Visa, Start-up Visa and Self-Employed Immigrant Visa.
The Immigrant Investor Venture Capital Visa was designed and aimed at all successful business owners with a net worth of at least $10 million Canadian dollars, and who are willing to make at-risk investments from anywhere between 2 million and 5 million Canadian dollars which will be plunged into Canada’s Immigrant Investor Venture Capital Fund. If you’re interested in this category please note that it’s not always available and was temporarily closed on December 2015.
Start-up Visa one that is intended at successful business immigrants who are owners or part-owners who have significant experiences and an intentional ability to own and operate business(s) in Canada that will in turn generate revenues and create employment for Canadian citizens. All immigrants of this class should be aware that your business should be listed as a Start-up Visa Designated Organisations List.
Self-Employed Immigrant Visa: Is for those individuals who have relevant experiences in world class cultural or athletics activities or have experience with farm management and those immigrants who have an intention or ability of becoming self-employed in Canada.