Start up Visa is a Federal program that targets immigrant entrepreneurs having skills and potential to establish a business in Canada that is Innovative, can create jobs and can compete on global level.
To be eligible for the Start-up Visa Program, applicant must:
A qualifying business meeting may have upto 5 people each of whom holds 10% or more voting rights and applicants and the designated organization jointly hold more than 50% of the total voting rights.
Applicants are required to manage the day to day operations of the business.
You must get a letter of support from a designated organization (a business group that has been approved to invest in or support possible start-ups).
You’ll need to:
If you reach an agreement with a designated organization, it will send you a letter of support. You need to include this letter when you submit your application to us. This is the proof you need to show that the venture capital fund, angel investor group, or business incubator is supporting your business idea.
The organization will also send a commitment certificate directly to IRCC. It will use both your letter of support and the organization’s commitment certificate to assess your application.
While your application for permanent residence is being processed, you can apply for a temporary work permit to get to Canada and start building your business.
Settlement Funds for Start up Visa:
Applicants are required to bring enough settlement funds depending upon the number of their family members.
WHY CHOOSE EURO IMMIGRATION CONSULTANTS:
At Euro Immigration Consultants, we are licensed and authorized to submit PR application under the RNIP.
ASSESSMENT PROCESS BY FEDERAL IMMIGRATION DEPARTMENT (IRCC)
As a first step applicants are assessed for their eligibility in the said class of immigration.
After completion of eligibility review, applicants and any accompanying family members are assessed for Admissibility as per the Canadian Immigration & Refugees Protection Act. The admissibility assessment process can take longer depending upon country of origin of the applicant, country of Application and several other factors. The seven factors that can make an applicant inadmissible from applying for Canadian Permanent Residence are:
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Our Regulated Immigration Consultant Mr. Ahmad Junaid Salik-Member ICCRC # R509291 will review your profile and advise you according to your profile.