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Are you an investor, business manager, or entrepreneur looking for new opportunities? Canada wants you! Our government welcomes individuals of all backgrounds and sizes who are interested in settling and exploring business prospects in Canada through our fast-tracked Business Immigration Programs. Your skills and experience are incredibly valuable and can pave the way for you to invest in your future in Canada’s rapidly growing and diverse economy. Start your journey with us today!

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Federal Business Immigration Programs

Are you a self-employed individual, an aspiring business owner looking to establish or expand operations in Canada, or someone eager to contribute your personal net worth to drive the Canadian economy forward? Discover a range of Federal Business Immigration Programs tailored to accommodate the skills and expertise of successful business professionals seeking settlement in any Canadian province outside Quebec.


Provincial Nominee Programs for Business

Every province and territory administers its own Provincial Nominee Program (PNP), many of which feature a dedicated stream for individuals with entrepreneurial or managerial backgrounds. While the eligibility criteria and application process vary across PNP streams, successful candidates typically receive a provincial nomination. This nomination often enables applicants to pursue permanent residence status at the federal level seamlessly.

Quebec's Business Immigration Opportunities

Quebec beckons business immigrants to explore its diverse array of Self-Employed, Investor, and Entrepreneur Immigration Programs. Crafted to stimulate economic growth and generate employment prospects at the provincial level, Quebec’s distinctive Business Immigration Programs present an excellent opportunity for prospective newcomers seeking entrepreneurial avenues


To be eligible for the Canadian Start-Up Visa, there are four key requirements you must fulfill:

  1. Qualifying Business Ownership: You need to hold a minimum of 10% of the voting rights attached to all shares of your company, and collectively with a designated organization, possess at least 50% of the voting rights attached to all shares of the company.

  2. Letter of Support from a Designated Organization: We will guide and assist you in securing a letter of support from a designated organization, such as a venture capital fund, angel investor group, or business incubator. This involves pitching your business idea and convincing the organization of its viability and potential for success. Each organization may have a unique pitching process, and upon a successful pitch, you will receive the necessary letter of support to include in your Start-Up Visa application.

  3. Language Proficiency: You must demonstrate language proficiency by taking a language test from an approved agency and meeting the minimum level of the Canadian Language Benchmark (CLB) 5 in either English or French across speaking, reading, listening, and writing skills.

  4. Proof of Funds: We provide guidance on how to demonstrate proof of funds, which is essential to show that you have the financial resources to support yourself and any dependents upon arrival in Canada. The required amount depends on your family size.

No of Family members Required Funds CN$
For each additional family member

Designated Organizations for Start-Up Visa Program

To qualify for the Start-Up Visa Program, it is essential to demonstrate that your business is backed by a designated organization. This involves providing proof in the form of a Commitment Certificate and Letter of Support, detailing your arrangement with one or more designated organizations. These documents are crucial for a successful startup visa application. Unlike other investor programs that require applicants to invest their own capital, this program does not necessitate any personal investment.

Instead, eligible candidates must secure a minimum of $75,000 from a Canadian angel investor or a minimum of $200,000 from a Canadian venture capital fund recognized by the government of Canada. Alternatively, being accepted into a recognized Canadian business incubator waives the need for any investment capital.

Venture Capital Funds