Business Immigration

Business Immigration

Entrepreneur Start-Up Visa

Canada’s start-up visa program gives entrepreneurs the opportunity to immigrate to Canada in order to establish a new business. Immigrant entrepreneurs must demonstrate that their business is innovative, will create new jobs for Canadians, and can compete on a global scale.

There are four requirements you need to meet in order to be eligible for a Canadian start-up visa:

1. Have a qualifying business:

2. Have a letter of support from a designated organization:

3. Meet the language requirements:

4. Proof of funds:

Intra Company Transfer

Intra Company Transfer Immigration Program is an employer-specific program. Under this program, foreign businesses can transfer eligible employers from their offices to their affiliated or parent companies located in Canada. This program exempts the candidate from procuring LMIA (Labor Market Impact assessment). The employees working as executives, senior managers and functional managers may qualify for this program.

Intra -Company Transfer is determined based on the qualifying relationship between the company in Canada and the one abroad.

Approved applicants through the Intra-company transfer program obtain a temporary work permit. Work experience gained as an intra-company transferee in Canada can be used as a springboard, to permanent residence in Canada. The Canadian work experience is highly valued under Canada’s points-based immigration system.