Business Immigration

Intra Company Transfer

This programme allows foreign workers employed by a corporation in another country to work in Canada if the company has a branch or location there or is establishing one.

This programme is in place to allow workers to move around to help businesses run more smoothly without the need for a Labor Market Impact Assessment (LMIA).

To qualify for an Intra Company Transfer, the foreign worker must:

  • Have at least one year of full-time experience working for a foreign company;
  • Existing evidence demonstrating the link between Canadian and international businesses, as well as between them;
  • There are three types of people who fall into this category: Executives with much power and who make many decisions. Senior managers whose primary responsibilities include overseeing the company’s operations and personnel and workers with a specific understanding of the company’s products, services, or skills in a particular field.

Business/Investor Program

For high-net-worth individuals interested in immigrating under a business or investment programme, Canada offers a variety of appealing options. There are numerous programmes accessible to company investors, each with a different range of investment funds and the ability to be either actively involved in the firm or a passive investor.

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Requirements for Eligibility

  • Previous managerial or business experience is a plus.
  • A sufficient amount of money to establish or buy a business. A solid beginning point is usually $150,000+CAD.
  • Excellent command of the English or French languages.
  • A new or current business’s business plan.

Startup Visa Program

The Start-up Visa Program enables you to immigrate to Canada as an entrepreneur with the skills and potential to start a firm in Canada that will contribute to the economy by creating jobs for Canadians while also being innovative and competitive globally. The program’s eligibility standards are relatively strict regarding the voting rights related to the corporation’s shares.

         Along with your application, you must also provide a Letter of Support from a certified angel investor, venture capital fund, or business incubator and a commitment certificate issued directly to IRCC by the designated entity.

  • In addition to verifying appropriate settlement funds, a minimum language requirement of CLB 5 in English or French is necessary.
  • Up to five candidates can apply under the same firm, each with at least 10% vote rights and combined voting power of more than 50% with the chosen organization.
  • If one of the most significant applicants is rejected, all other applications will also be turned down.
  • Since the Canadian government does not provide financial assistance to new start-up visa applicants, sufficient proof of finances is required to process your application.