Business Class Immigration
TC-WW has experience and unique in house capabilities to help all Business Class immigrants in coming to Canada. Canada has a strong economy and admits immigrants under the Business Immigration program which is comprised of two categories:
This class is point based and confers permanent residence upon applicants who demonstrate an ability to become economically established in Canada on the basis of their business experience and high personal net worth. Approval is contingent upon the entrepreneur undertaking to invest and become involved in the active management of a qualifying business operated in Canada that will contribute to the economy and create employment. Entrepreneurs must: show that they have business experience, have a minimum net worth of C$300,000 that was obtained legally and respect the conditions for entrepreneurs after they arrive in Canada. You will be assessed based on selection criteria that include your experience, education, age, language abilities and adaptability. Your business must not be operated primarily for the purpose of deriving investment income, such as interest, dividends or capital gains.
The Self-Employed class is also point based and refers to applicants who have relevant experience as well as the intention and the ability to create their own employment and make a significant contribution to the cultural, artistic or athletic life of Canada, or to create their own employment by purchasing and managing a farm in Canada. You will be assessed based on selection criteria that include your experience, education, age, language abilities and adaptability. Your business must not be operated primarily for the purpose of deriving investment income, such as interest, dividends or capital gains.
Relevant experience is defined as:
- Participation at a world-class level in cultural activities or athletics
- Farm management experience or
- Self-employment in cultural activities or athletics.
Certain provinces have their own Business Immigration programs within their Provincial Nomination Programs (PNP).
Certain Canadian provinces will nominate applicants for fast-track Permanent Residency under their Business Immigration Programs. If you are interested in living in one of these provinces, you may want to make your business investment