The BC Provincial Nominee Program (BC PNP) Entrepreneur Immigration – Regional Pilot, is an immigration program to start or run a new business in smaller communities of British Columbia. The applicant is required to complete an exploratory visit, including present the business proposal to the community’s designated pilot representative. Besides, the applicant is required to submit a registration to obtain a score such as an applicant’s work/business experience, education and language ability as well as the details about the business concept. The highest-ranked candidates will be invited to submit a complete application to the program.
Provincial Nomination Programs (PNP) were originally designed for skilled workers. With the success of the skilled worker PNP, the programs have evolved.
Make a minimum of CAD150,000 investment into a new or existing Prince Edward Island owned and operated business. All transactions must conform to the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act.
The OINP is continually improving to ensure that we are responsive to the needs of international business and entrepreneurs, to reflect Ontario's evolving economic and labour market needs and to improve the integrity, processes and administration of the program.
Through the SINP Entrepreneur Program, you and your family can start, obtain or partner in a business in Saskatchewan and be actively involved in managing it, while residing in Saskatchewan.
Canada's Start-up Visa Program targets immigrant entrepreneurs with the skills and potential to build innovative businesses in Canada.
Get your Canada permanent residence if you are an art, culture, recreation or sport professional!
With a population of 1.259 million and diverse skills and multicultural backgrounds, Manitoba is the ideal size and place to start or purchase a business or farm and to raise a family.
Saskatchewan is a great place for you and your family. Saskatchewan is a land of natural beauty that is rich in resources and full of opportunities for study, quality careers, or starting a business
Quebec Entrepreneur Program To be eligible for this program, you must: have net assets of at least CAD$300,000 that have been legally obtained with, where applicable, your married or common-law spouse provided he or she is accompanying you. have at least two years’ experience in running a business acquired during the 5 years preceding the date you submitted your application in a lawful and profitable business (agricultural, industrial or commercial) that you manage, alone or with your accompanying spouse or common-law spouse, controlling at least 25% of the capital equity.