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The Canadian government selects business class immigrants based on their ability to become economically established, create jobs, and support the development of the Canadian economy.

Available Business Immigration Programs:


* Immigrant Investor Venture Capital (IIVC) Program to immigrate to Canada

The Canadian Immigration Department is not accepting applications for IIVC at this time.

If you are an international investor with the skills and abilities needed to contribute to the Canadian economy and integrate into Canadian society, you may be eligible to apply for permanent residence under the Immigrant Investor Venture Capital (IIVC) Pilot Program. 

*Self-Employed Immigration to Canada

The Self-Employed Program seeks to bring people who will become self-employed in Canada. They must have:

- relevant experience in cultural activities or athletics, and

- intend and be able to make a significant contribution to the cultural or athletic life of Canada


To be eligible as a self-employed person, you must:

  • have relevant experience

  • intend and be able to be self-employed in Canada

  • meet the selection criteria for self-employed people 

  • meet medical, security, and other conditions.


Canada’s Start-up Visa Program targets immigrant entrepreneurs with the skills and potential to build businesses in Canada which are:

  • are innovative

  • can create jobs for Canadians

  • can compete on a global scale

To be eligible for the Start-up Visa Program, you must:

  • have a qualifying business

  • prove your business is supported by a designated organization

  • meet the language requirements

  • bring enough money to settle

*Quebec Business Programs for immigration to Canada

The rules governing the intake and processing of applications for a Certificat de sélection du Québec pertain to applications submitted by economic immigration candidates.


Business People: 

  • Investors

  • Entrepreneurs    

  • Self-employed workers

  • Skilled Workers

* Quebec Investor Immigration

  • The investment agreement is one of the documents to be submitted with the Application for a Certificat de selection du Québec.

  • The investment for a five-year term is guaranteed by the Gouvernement du Québec.

  • Brokers and trust companies offer the possibility of financing the investment.

  • At the end of the five-year term, the broker or trust company will, within 30 days, reimburse the applicant the amount without interest. However, the amount may vary if the applicant secured financing for the investment.


How to proceed if you require assistance?

1. Email us ( Your issue and any documentation that you consider relevant


2. We review your documents and appoint a consultant/lawyer to contact you with the brief assessment


3. You decide whether to proceed.


All our cases are handled by experienced lawyers and RCIC immigration specialists.


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