This week Saskatchewan Immigration Nominee Program has re-opened and accepting upto 500 applications under International Skilled Worker Category – Express Entry category.
However, 500 cap was filled with in 3 days. It’s important to prepare your application ahead of time with your legal representatives to be able to submit before application closes. Especially PNP nominees that do not require job offer fills up within a few days. If you planning to apply under PNP category it’s imperative to prepare your application before the program opens.
The province of Ontario is introducing two new business categories – Corporate and Entrepreneur Streams, to replace its investor’s program which was closed on October 29, 2015. With corporate Stream the province aims to supports established international corporations looking to expand into Ontario or buy an existing business. The corporations must invest a minimum of $5 million CDN in a new or existing business and key staff
seeking nomination must be currently employed with the corporation and be essential to the operation of the business in Ontario. The business must create five full-time, permanent positions for Canadian citizens or permanent residents per nominee position.
Entrepreneur Stream is designed to support individuals from countries outside Canada who are looking to implement a new business initiative or buy an existing business in the province. The program offers entrepreneurs the opportunity to be nominated for permanent resident status once their new business has been successfully established in Ontario. The minimum investment must be of $500,000 under this category for the applicant with minimum net worth of $800,000 for each potential nominee, depending on location and sector. The business must create at least two full-time, permanent jobs for Canadian citizens or permanent residents.
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