|Categories of Business Immigrants:
Entrepreneurs who intend and have the ability to establish, purchase
or invest substantially in a business or commercial venture in
Canada that will contribute significantly to the economy and create
The venture must employ at least one Canadian
citizen or permanent resident other then the entrepreneur him/herself
and his/her dependents.
Entrepreneurs must also be actively involved
in managing the business or venture. Have enough money to establish
a business, cover its short-term operating costs and support their
Conditions in this category must be met within
two years of admission.
• There is no requirement for a fixed net
worth but you must have enough money to start the business and
cover resettlement costs
• You must actively manage the business
• All family members are admitted to Canada on a conditional
basis. These conditions are removed once the entrepreneur sets
up a significant business venture, hires at least one employee,
and is actively involved in managing the business.
Investors must have successfully operated, controlled, or directed
a business, and must have a net worth, accumulated by their own
endeavors, of at least $ 800,000 Canadian dollars.
The applicant will be required to make an investment of $ 400,000
Canadian dollars, paid to the Receiver General for Canada. The
investment is subsequently allocated to participating provinces
and territories in Canada.
The government uses the funds for creation and
economic development. The full amount of the investment (without
interest) is repaid to the investor after approximately five years.
The return of the investment is fully guaranteed
by participating provinces and territories.
This program is limited to those who intend to
live permanently in a province or territory other than Quebec.
Investors who intend to live in Quebec must apply under the Quebec
immigrant investor program.
• Investors are not required to start a business in Canada
• Investments are fully guaranteed by provinces and territories
that participate in the program
• The provinces and territories control the investment during
the five-year-lock-in period
• No immigration terms and conditions are imposed upon admission.
Limit your down payment to as little as
$CAN120, 000 (approx. $US 75,000) You will need only $CAN120,
000 of liquidity as opposed to $CAN400,000 and still meet all
the requirements of the Immigrant Investor Program in order to
obtain Canadian citizenship. The monies that you are not required
to transfer to complete the mandatory down payment may be invested
and earn higher returns, thereby improving your overall return.
The Golden Plan
If you do not wish to liquidate your assets to
come up with the $CAN400,000 mandatory CITRN can assist you with
arranging financing with most of the leading financial institutions
in Canada. From the beginning of the processing you know the exact
amount of your down payment.
Self-employed immigrants must establish or purchase a business
in Canada that will keep them employed and contribute significantly
to Canada's economy or cultural or artistic life for example:
professional athletes, artists, actors, farmers, writers.
• No conditions are imposed upon admission
• Self-employed persons are not required to provide jobs
• Must present documentation proving the ability to establish
a business that will contribute significantly to the economy or
Canada's artistic or cultural life.
We can successfully negotiate financial loans from certain leading
financial institutions in Canada in order to enable you to successfully
invest in The Business category. Please contact our financial
specialist at CITRN for additional information. We also specialize
on Removal of "Terms and conditions" for existing business
Visa holders in order to gain Permanent resident status. Our Company
offers a comprehensive assistance package to assist with your
planning and investment need in the business category as well
as establish connections needed for the successful establishment
of your business in Canada.