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Canadian Immigration Category

Independent

Independent immigrants are selected for the knowledge, skills and experience needed in Canada's labour market. Canada wants person who has high skill, university graduates who are fluent in English and / or French and have several years of work experience and sufficient money to resettle in Canada ( C$ 10,000 min.) All areas are critical for calculating your point score but please be particularly precise in the areas of language skills, education, age, and work experience. Also, there are financial thresholds; for example, with less than C$ 10,000 you will be refused for lack of resettlement funds or with over C$ 800,000 you could qualify in the business program. We can only score the information you provide.

Canada each year selects over 200,000 new immigrants (265,000 in 2009). Independent Selected Workers form a large portion of this overall number. Currently, Canada is seeking qualified applicants in all occupations.

For independent applicants applying under the skilled worker program, there are a series of factors that are assessed for the purposes of determining an individual's likelihood of succeeding in settling in Canada. Each factor is allotted a maximum number of points.
In order to qualify, you must attain 67 units out of a total possible 100 units.

Business Immigration Program

Members of the business immigration class include, Investors, Entrepreneurs and the Self-employed.

1) Investors

The Immigrant Investor Program seeks to attract experienced businesspersons and capital to Canada. In the last five years, 6, 878 investors have landed in Canada with over $2.591 billion invested. The Immigrant Investor Program has remained largely unchanged since its inception.

Investor's must demonstrate business experience, a minimum net worth of $800,000 and make an investment of $400,000 CDN with the Receiver General for Canada for five years and two months. Business experience is the best predictor of future business success. The new definition of business experience provides two options:

Ownership of a qualifying business of a sufficient size, or
Management, of a business, or a portion of a business, (without the need to own it) with a substantial number of employees.

About this Category DIR can let Canadian Bank or Capital Group helps you, you only take out $120,000 as least investment.

2) Entrepreneurs

The Entrepreneur program was developed to encourage the entry of experienced business persons to Canada who are able to make a substantial investment and thereby create employment and contribute to the economic well-being of Canada.

3) Self-Employed

Self-Employed persons must have the intention and ability to create their own employment and make a significant contribution to the cultural, artistic, or athletic life of Canada, or, to create their own employment by purchasing and managing a farm in Canada.

In the last five years 5,104 Self-Employed persons landed in Canada.
Under the new regulations, only immigrants who have the intention and ability to make artistic, cultural, or athletic contributions and self-employed farmers are eligible within the class. Other business immigrants with more generic business abilities, will be required to meet the other immigration categories.


Family Class


Canadian citizens and permanent residents living in Canada, 18 years of age or older, may sponsor close relatives or family members who want to become permanent residents of Canada. Sponsors must promise to support the relative or family member and their accompanying family members for a period of three to 10 years to help them settle in Canada


Refugee

Refugees and persons needing protection are people in or outside Canada who fear returning to their country of nationality or habitual residence. In keeping with its humanitarian tradition and international obligations, Canada provides protection to thousands of people every year.Through its refugee protection system, Canada offers safe haven to persons with a well-founded fear of persecution, as well as those at risk of torture or cruel and unusual treatment or punishment.


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