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Business Entrepreneur Investment Immigration

If you are an investor or business person who possesses the skills and abilities to contribute to and be successful in Canada, there are immigration options for you.

With our help, you can access the Canadian market and develop the business you have always wanted to. We have the knowledge and experience in navigating the investment process, applying for status as a foreign entrepreneur, and being self-employed in Canada.

We can also help you interpret information about special investor programs in different provinces throughout the country.

You are an entrepreneur. We understand how much is already on your plate. We can help you establish your business or investment in Canada so you can focus on your tasks at hand.

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The Canada Start Up Visa Program

With the Start-Up Visa, Canada is targeting a new type of immigrant entrepreneur who has the potential to build innovative companies that can compete on a global scale and create jobs.

By getting support for your start-up from a designated Canadian organization, you can immigrate to Canada as a Permanent Resident in as little as 10 weeks.

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BC Entrepreneur Investment Program (formerly BC-PNP)

If you are a businessperson ready to invest in a business in British Columbia, we can help you apply for this pathway to permanent residency.

Owner/Operator Model

If you wish to invest in a Canadian business that is not related to an existing foreign company, we can help you navigate this pathway to permanent residency.

Other Programs: Quebec Investor Program

If you wish to immigrate to Quebec to establish a business or make an investment, we can help you navigate policy and submit your application.

Business Work Permit Solutions

The Canadian government has long recognized the importance and value of bringing in skilled foreigners to work in Canada. If you wish to come to Canada through an intra-company transferee, NAFTA, or as a highly skilled worker, we can help you.

At ImmiCan, we understand the nuances of these confusing policies and trade agreements and can make your application process smooth, easy, and certain.

NAFTA Work Permit

There are several international trade agreements which Canada belongs to. Chiefly among these is NAFTA which allows Americans or Mexicans to work in Canada as entrepreneurs, intra-company transferee, and professionals. If you wish to come to Canada under NAFTA, we can help you navigate the process, submit your application, and deal with any complications that arise.

Intra-Company Transferee

If your company is transferring you to a branch or subsidiary in Canada, you are eligible for a work permit under the intra-company transferee policies. If this is your situation, give us a call. We can help you make this process easy and hassle free so you can get your new life started in Canada.

Employers with Skilled Labour Shortage – Labour Market Impact Assessment

For a Canadian company to hire a foreign, temporary worker, an assessment must be made to ensure that no negative impact will be made on the Canadian labour market. If you need a positive LMIA to be done to get your work permit, we can help you. At ImmiCan, we have the experience in navigating this complex process.

Complete a Personal, No Obligation Assessment Form to see if you qualify for one of these programs, or if another program would be better suited to your needs.

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You can also reach us directly by calling our office line: Vancouver Island 1(250) -616 -4832 and Vancouver 1(604) 284-4226 or email yuri@immican.ca

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