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Free assessment:General idea about yourchances to immigrate & detailed representation fee schedule if qualified.
Full assessment CDN$250: Showing points by category including total points and potentials to improve identified by what-if-analysis.
If you want a full assessment, please pay online on our website & write 'PAID' in the field 'Further Information' on page 1 of the assessment form.
In comparison, we hold an outstanding business immigration expertise and experience, which allows to maximize your chances of success in the business categories offered by the provinces. In some provinces, such as Manitoba and Saskatchewan, it is not possible anymore to apply directly for a Provincial Certificate. Instead an applicant has to prepare an initial business proposal and provide information, which is used to allocate points to the potential applicant. Based on the total point score an applicant would then be invited to apply for the PNP certificate. Still, others like PEI still have a direct immigration program. Based on your needs and circumstances we will propose the best option for your immigration strategy.
Expression Of Interest
for all prospective applicants to the Entrepreneur Immigration stream. The registration is scored according to points. The registration system will calculate one portion of your score and you will then receive a total score from BC PNP based on the information you provide in your registration.The BC PNP will periodically invite the highest-scoring registrants to submit applications. Below is a general overview of the eligibility criteria of the BC PNP Entrepreneur Immigration stream.
General Nomination Requirements
The Alberta Immigrant Nominee Program (AINP) can nominate individual farm owner/operators who want to immigrate, purchase and manage a farming business in Alberta. They need proven management skills and the financial resources to develop a sustainable growth-oriented production farm business. The AINP works closely with Alberta Agriculture and Rural Development to assess the eligibility of applicants in this category.
Self-Employed Farmer Stream criteria (includes but is not limited to):
You must prove that you have farm management skills shown by:
o Financial documentation of your existing farm business
You must have sufficient financial resources to develop a sustainable farming operation.
o You must be able to invest a minimum of CDN $500,000 of equity in a primary production farming business in Alberta.
You must invest in a primary production farming business in Alberta.
o You will have to document your investment intentions in your proposed business plan.
Meeting the criteria listed above does not guarantee a nomination or permanent residence.
The following are NOT eligible under the AINP Self-Employed Farmer Stream:
• Refugee claimants, or individuals involved in a federal appeal or removal process. It is not the mandate of the AINP to intervene in the federal refugee claim, appeal or removal process.
The updated Entrepreneur Category is now open to new candidates. Candidates interested in owning and actively operating a business are now invited to submit an Expression of Interest (EOI) using the new online EOI system. Only online submissions will be accepted. The SINP utilizes two professional third party financial service providers who will assess the net worth and legal accumulation of net worth criteria of applicants to the Entrepreneur category.
There are three eligibility criteria in the SINP Entrepreneur Category that you must meet to be selected and approved:
1. A minimum net worth of $500,000 Canadian Dollars (CAD) that can be verified.
If you are approved by the SINP – Entrepreneur Category, in order to earn a nomination for permanent residency you will be required to:
• Invest a minimum of $300,000 (CAD) in Regina and Saskatoon or a minimum of $200,000 (CAD) in all other Saskatchewan communities;
Please be advised the SINP is subject to a nomination limit set by the federal government. The ability to be nominated is affected by these constraints and program criterion. No Expression of Interest submission is guaranteed to be accepted and/or nominated.
The Farm Owner/Operator category is for individuals with proven experience in farming and substantial capital available to invest in a farming operation and who intend to purchase and operate a farming operation in Saskatchewan. The Young Farmer stream of the Farm Owner/Operator Category is designed to allow young farm families to establish their lives and farming operations in our province’s rural areas.
To be considered for the Farm Owner/Operator category you must meet all of the following four criteria:
1) Available Equity – you must provide financial documents showing a net worth of $500,000 Canadian Dollars (CAD).
2) Refundable Cash Deposit – you must sign a Performance Agreement committing to purchase a farm operation in Saskatchewan and make a “good faith” deposit of $75,000 CAD in trust. The cash deposit will be returned to you when the terms of the Performance Agreement are met. The deposit will be forfeited to the Province if the terms are not met within two years of landing in Saskatchewan.
3) Mandatory visit to Saskatchewan – you must have conduct a comprehensive exploratory visit to Saskatchewan of no less than five working days and must meet with an SINP representative.
4) Farm operation knowledge and experience – you must provide documentation (e.g. education and training, work experience, financial documents of their previous operations) that demonstrates that you are a knowledgeable farm operator. If necessary, we may further verify this information through an interview when you are in Saskatchewan.
The farm owner/operator category is restricted to proprietary businesses that include primary agricultural production. Agri-business operations may qualify under the Entrepreneur category of the SINP.
Please be advised the SINP is subject to a nomination limit set by the federal government and application intake thresholds. The ability to be nominated is affected by these constraints and program criterion. No application is guaranteed to be accepted and/or nominated.
Young Farmer Stream of the Farm Owner/Operator Category
1) Have a minimum personal net worth of $300,000 CAD, which is verifiable to 80% certainty.
1) Before submitting your application you must have conducted an exploratory visit to Saskatchewan that lasted at least five days.
In order to apply to the Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program for Business (MPNP-B), a prospective applicant must submit an EOI <Expression Of Interest> and receive an advice from the MPNP-B to apply. An EOI is not an application and there is no fee for the submission of an EOI. An EOI is an indication that you would like to be considered for a Nomination Application to the MPNP-B.
An EOI is used to evaluate the potential of an applicant to successfully settle and become economically established by starting a business in Manitoba with points. A higher score increases your chance of being selected from the participating group. An invitation to file a Nomination Application is based only on the information presented in an EOI. If there are any differences in the information provided in the EOI and the actual Nomination Application, and the points under the Adaptability Assessment Matrix are less than claimed in the EOI, that application will be refused EVEN if you are able to pass the points test or meet other threshold criteria. The MPNP-B is not obliged to assess your EOI for the applicable criteria on the date of its submission. Your EOI may be assessed with any changed criteria irrespective of the date of submission and the EOI criteria applicable on that date.
To qualify for the MPNP-B, interested applicants must:
• have a minimum verifiable personal net worth of CDN$350,000;
• conduct an Exploratory Visit to Manitoba. The applicant must provide a visit report and other documents to demonstrate the research conducted during this visit (please see details on page 14); and
Note: Meeting the basic eligibility requirements does not guarantee nomination.
Applicants should be aware that they may be ineligible for nomination by the MPNP-B, if they:
• do not meet the eligibility criteria as determined by the MPNP-B;
To qualify for the Farm Strategic Recruitment Initiative (FSRI), interested applicants must:
• have a minimum verifiable personal net worth of CDN$350,000.
Although the FSRI does not employ an adaptability matrix that awards points for English or French language capabilities, the FSRI recognizes language capabilities in either of Canada’s two official languages are an important adaptability skill that will accelerate your ability to become economically established in rural Manitoba.
The applicant must also:
• conduct an Exploratory Visit to Manitoba. The applicant must provide a visit report and other documents to demonstrate the research conducted during this visit .
Requirements Corporate Investments
To qualify, investments must be of significant importance to Ontario and must create jobs for Ontarians. New investments and expansions to current operations are eligible. Investments need to meet the following eligibility guidelines:
• The investment must receive an official endorsement from another Ontario ministry at the Deputy Minister level for the investment and the number of key positions requested.
Companies making an investment in Ontario can request multiple positions. For the first nominee position request, 5 net permanent, full-time jobs must be created for Canadian citizens or permanent residents located in Ontario. For each subsequent nominee position request, one permanent, full-time job must be created for a Canadian citizen or permanent resident located in Ontario. The maximum number of nominee positions which can be requested is 25 nominee positions.
Investment Nominee Positions being considered for approval by Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program must:
Requirements Individual Investors
• Be actively involved, on an ongoing basis, in the management of the business
Family Business Worker
The Family Business Worker stream helps employers hire workers who are close relatives. They must also have the work experience and required skills for positions employers have been unable to fill with a permanent resident or Canadian citizen.
Before submitting an application to the Nova Scotia Nominee Program (NSNP), the family business worker must have a full-time, permanent job offer from a Nova Scotia employer who is a close relative and who owns an established business in Nova Scotia.
The worker or the spouse must be related to the family business owner or spouse of the business owner in one of the following ways. The worker is the business owner’s:
Son or daughter*
Note: At this time, under the Family Business Worker stream, the Nova Scotia Office of Immigration will not consider low-skilled occupations that fall under the NOC Skill level D.
As a Business Applicant:
• You are between 22 and 55 years of age. Your age is assessed as of the day your application for permanent residence is received at the NBPNP Office and you are assigned an NBPNP application number.
• You will submit a signed copy of the Deposit Agreement and a conditionally refundable deposit of $75,000 CAD, prior to nomination. The Deposit Agreement specifies the terms and conditions of your agreement to make a financial investment in a business in New Brunswick.
• You score a minimum of 50 points in the selection factors.
PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND (PEI)
The PEI PNP Business Impact Category provides an opportunity for foreign nationals to apply to be nominated by Prince Edward Island to become permanent residents of Canada providing they invest in and actively manage a business in Prince Edward Island. Under this category, the applicant may start a business, obtain 100% control of an existing Prince Edward Island business or purchase partial ownership, with at least 33 1/3% of the equity (see definitions), of an existing Prince Edward Island business. The applicant’s choice of a Prince Edward Island business should match their skill set and abilities to run that particular business.
The Business Impact Category has three streams from which an applicant can choose:
Prince Edward Island businesses that are seeking a buyer for part of, or all, of their business should consult their professional advisors. This may include Island agents approved under the PEI PNP, accountants or lawyers. Island agents will be actively seeking investors interested in Prince Edward Island. Additionally, any immigrant requiring assistance in the immigration process can only be represented by an Island agent.
Any sale of equity to an applicant under the Business Impact Category,at a minimum:
When the applicant’s investment is in the form of preferred shares, the business will be required to execute a use of proceeds agreement. The final agreement will be posted to the website shortly.
Applications will NOT be considered for the following types of businesses:
This list of ineligible sectors are meant to serve as an indicator only for those industries either outside of the current scope of the Province’s priorities. Recognizing these priorities may change over time, due to the changing nature of our economic conditions; Office of Immigration, Settlement and Population reserves the right to make additions or deletions to these ineligible sectors.