Most Canada Business Visa Programs are run by the provinces and there are several of these programs that business people of foreign origin can qualify for. In order to qualify for the business program, the following requirements are necessary:
You must have a net worth of between $300000 and $800000
You must have at least one year of relevant experience in a managerial or business capacity
You must have made a designated or qualifying investment in Canada and be active in business
You must demonstrate fluency in English and have passed the IELTS/CELPIP
Most of the candidates that qualify for the business program include; business owners, farmers, managers, self-employed professionals and those that seek to start new businesses in Canada.
Some of the many attractions to a lot of the candidates listed above are that Canada provides a conducive working and business environment through:
Several lucrative international trade agreements
Proximity to the America’s and especially to the United States of America
Unrestricted access to North America Markets after qualification for the Canadian Business program
Great Canadian international reputation makes doing business a lot easier than most places across the world. And so on.
Some of the different business visa’s that can be provided under the Canadian business program include:
Provincial Nominee Entrepreneur Visa
Immigrant Investor Venture Capital (IIVC) Pilot Program Visa
Federal Self-Employed Visa
GProvincial Nominee Self-Employed Visa
Federal Start-Up Visa
Business Visitor Visa
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