Saturday, 18 February 2012

Immigration (Canada)

 Business Migration To Canada

Business immigrants are people who can invest in, or start businesses in Canada and are expected to support the development of a strong and prosperous Canadian economy. The Business Immigration Programs seek to attract people experienced in business to Canada.
Business immigrants are selected based on their ability to become economically established in Canada.

There are three classes of business immigrants:
Investors
The Immigrant Investor Program seeks to attract experienced persons and capital to Canada. Investors must demonstrate business experience, a minimum net worth of CDN $800,000 and make an investment of CDN $400,000.


Entrepreneurs
The Entrepreneur Program seeks to attract experienced persons that will own and actively manage businesses in Canada that will contribute to the economy and create jobs. Entrepreneurs must demonstrate business experience, a minimum net worth of CDN $300,000 and are subject to conditions upon arrival in Canada.


Self-employed Persons
Self-employed persons must have the intention and ability to create their own employment. They are expected to contribute to the cultural or athletic life of Canada. They may create their own employment by purchasing and managing a farm in Canada. 

 Skilled Migration to Canada

Canada’s citizenship and immigration programs help build a community of citizens respected throughout the world.
On December 12, Prime Minister Martin announced a significant reorganization of government.

Skilled Migration to Canada :

Skilled workers have education, work experience, knowledge of English and/or French and other abilities that will help them to establish themselves successfully as permanent residents in Canada. Applying to come to Canada as a Skilled Worker is not difficult. Consult this section to find all the information and forms you need to make your application.
Refer to this site often. The rules for applying as a Skilled Worker can change. Before you apply, make sure you are following the current rules. After you apply, check back for information about the steps that follow. You can also check the status of your application.
Canada welcomes skilled worker immigrants, and we hope that this Web site will provide you with helpful information about living and working in the various provinces and regions of Canada.
Will You Qualify as a Skilled Worker?
There are minimum application requirements and selection factors to come as a Skilled Worker.
  • Find out if you can apply as a Skilled Worker;
  • Read about the six selection factors
  • Learn how to assess your language skills;
Working in Canada
Learn more about:
  • regulated and non-regulated occupations;
  • assessment of credentials;
  • The labour market and job banks;
  • employment by province and territory.
Things to Consider Before Applying
  • Application Fees .
  • Funds required to settle in Canada .
  • Medical Examinations .
  • Whether you should hire someone to represent you.
  • Choosing a destination in Canada .
How to Apply
Once you have decided that you want to bring your skills to Canada, make sure that you follow the right steps to apply.
What Happens After Applying
Learn more about what will happen after you submit your application:
  • How your application is assessed.
  • Checking the status of your application.
  • What happens when you arrive in Canada . 
     

    Provincial Nomination

    Most provinces in Canada have an agreement with the Government of Canada that allows them to play a more direct role in selecting immigrants who wish to settle in that province. If you wish to immigrate to one of Canada’s provinces as a Provincial Nominee, you must first apply to the province where you wish to settle. The province will consider your application based on their immigration needs and your genuine intention to settle there.
    Before applying to immigrate to Canada, Provincial Nominees must complete the provincial nomination process. Contact the province for more information.
    • Alberta.
    • Manitoba .
    • Newfoundland and Labrador .
    • Prince Edward Island .
    • Yukon .
    • British Columbia .
    • New Brunswick .
    • Nova Scotia.
    • Saskatchewan.
    Note: After you have been nominated by a province, you have to make a separate application to Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) for permanent residence. A CIC officer will assess your application based on Canadian immigration regulations.
    Provincial Nominees are not assessed on the six selection factors of the Federal Skilled Workers Program.
    Working in Canada Learn more about:
    • regulated and non-regulated professions;
    • credential assessment;
    • Canadian labour market information and job banks;
    • Employment information by province and territory.
    Things to Consider Before Applying
    • Application Fees.
    • Medical Examinations .
    • Whether you should hire someone to represent you .
    How to Apply
    Once you have decided that you want to bring your skills to Canada, make sure that you follow the right steps to apply.
    What Happens After Applying
    Learn more about what will happen after you submit your application:
    • How your application is assessed.
    • Checking the status of your application.
    • What happens when you arrive in Canada.

     

     

 


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