Welcome to the fourth edition of Canada immigration series FAQs. This edition’s topic is Business immigration to Canada.
1.What is the Canadian Business Class?
The Canadian Business Class is a visa category under for individuals with business/managerial experience and relatively high net-worth. Business immigration to Canada is possible through three categories: Immigrant Investors, Entrepreneurs and Self-Employed Persons.
2.What are the required documents for applying under the Canadian Business Class?
Apart from individuals education-related and identity documents, one must also submit documents proving business or managerial experience, as well as documents showing your net worth.
3.Will you be obliged to work or engage in business activities in Canada?
While you are entitled to engage in work and business activities upon arrival in Canada, there is absolutely no obligation to do so.
4.What are the main differences between the Federal & Quebec Immigrant Investor Programs?
The Quebec Immigrant Investor Program may appeal more than the Federal Immigrant Investor Program as it takes into consideration managerial experience in a broader spectrum of backgrounds.
5.Are there any minimum net worth requirements for Self-employed persons?
The nature & location of the proposed venture shall determine the net worth requirement for Self-Employed persons. Self-Employed persons interested in Quebec must have a net worth of at least CAD$100,000.
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