Canada Federal Business/Investor Immigration
Business immigration programs is created to promote economic development and employment by attracting investors, entrepreneurs and self-employed individuals from outside Canada with venture capital, business sharpness and entrepreneurial skills.
Canadian Business and Investor Immigration has federal programs which allows successful business people, investors and start-ups to seek and develop new commercial opportunities and improve access to booming Canadian markets. Individuals with business/managerial experience and relatively high net worth may be eligible to apply for a Canada Immigration (permanent resident) Visa through one of the Canadian business immigration programs sub-categories:
Entrepreneur Start-up Visa Program: Start-Up Visa Entrepreneurs must secure funding and support from a designated Canadian investment organization. In this stream, if business person wanted to make a submissive investment or would be a start-up looking to attract financing in Canada for his or her exciting new business, he/she may be eligible to apply in this program. An entrepreneur must have a plan for a unique business that will be created in Canada.
Self-Employed Persons Program: To qualify as a self-employed person, an individual must be willing and able to support him/herself and any dependents with self-employed income.
Business immigration processing fees also vary from one Canadian Immigration Visa office to another.