Best option to move to Canada as Entrepreneur?

thesamir

New Member
Hello,

I am 36 and my goal is to move to Canada as an Entrepreneur by 2025. Currently I am self-employed. I would appreciate any guidance on the best way to migrate Canada as self-employed person or an entrepreneur or investor.
 

canadageorge

Administrator
Few questions:

Question: do you what to run your own business or just invest money?
Question: how do you make a living right now? I ask because it's best to look for something here in Canada that you are already doing.
Question (optional) a general figure up your total wealth (homes, cash, investments).
 

thesamir

New Member
Few questions:

Question: do you what to run your own business or just invest money?
Question: how do you make a living right now? I ask because it's best to look for something here in Canada that you are already doing.
Question (optional) a general figure up your total wealth (homes, cash, investments).
Thanks Canadageorge! I appreciate your reply.

I understand many things will change going forward from both ends as 3 years is lot of time however I am open to all knowledge I receive during this phase.

My goal will be (a) To move my business to Canada or (b) Buy a franchise of existing business and run it.

I am currently a Business and Executive Coach. Recently I left my old company as a founder and ceo and currently going independent with new incorporation so if I immigrate in future, the control is in my hand.

By 2025 the overall net worth should be $300000 USD.

Hope this helps. Thanks.
 

canadageorge

Administrator
I am not familiar with all the immigration programs surrounding business and investment, but a few things come to mind:

$300,000 is not a lot BUT if you could convert $100,000 to cash, you could find a franchise and/or investment program

With $100,000 I know a few less popular provinces have some cheaper program - click here to start your research

What I would do is the following:

1. Do your research around all PNP (provincial nominee programs) programs.
2. Once you have found 1 or 2 programs that look like a good fit - Look for professionals that specialize in those programs. Try finding at least two.(also don't forget to call the immigration department and get as much info as possible).
3. Hire the two legal professionals for a one hour consultation. Keep working with one you like the best.
4. I think the best fit for you would be - Do your own application but pay a specialist to review your documents prior to filing.
 

Miraslava

New Member
Hi
I've seen the video on this topic recently

Maybe it will be interesting to you

As I know, the requirements depend on the region you are going to move and your profession

In YouTube Channel "VISXA" - Business immigration: Programs important to know
 

thesamir

New Member
I am not familiar with all the immigration programs surrounding business and investment, but a few things come to mind:

$300,000 is not a lot BUT if you could convert $100,000 to cash, you could find a franchise and/or investment program

With $100,000 I know a few less popular provinces have some cheaper program - click here to start your research

What I would do is the following:

1. Do your research around all PNP (provincial nominee programs) programs.
2. Once you have found 1 or 2 programs that look like a good fit - Look for professionals that specialize in those programs. Try finding at least two.(also don't forget to call the immigration department and get as much info as possible).
3. Hire the two legal professionals for a one hour consultation. Keep working with one you like the best.
4. I think the best fit for you would be - Do your own application but pay a specialist to review your documents prior to filing.
Thanks for your suggestion and guidance. This is a good start. Do you suggest to go with lawyers or consultants?
 

thesamir

New Member
Hi
I've seen the video on this topic recently

Maybe it will be interesting to you

As I know, the requirements depend on the region you are going to move and your profession

In YouTube Channel "VISXA" - Business immigration: Programs important to know
Thanks. I will check it.
 

canadageorge

Administrator
It does not matter if you pick a lawyer or consultant. My only tip is make sure they do their own application and does not get farmed out to employees. Unfortunately the immigration industry is notorious of making a mess of peoples lives. Look for the winners!
 

thesamir

New Member
It does not matter if you pick a lawyer or consultant. My only tip is make sure they do their own application and does not get farmed out to employees. Unfortunately the immigration industry is notorious of making a mess of peoples lives. Look for the winners!
Thanks for your guidance. I understand what you explained. I will definitely start working on this. Super thanks again.
 
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