Provincial Nomination Business
- Invest $1,50,000 (INR 75 Lac) & more in Business to Get Family Permanent Residency (PR)
- Canada - British Columbia Business / Entrepreneur Program (BC PNP - B) Invest $2,00,000 (INR 1 Cr.) & more in Business to Get Family Permanent Residency (PR)
- Net assets should be obtained legally
- Each state has its investment requirements and pool selection criteria via point system
- Be between 22-55 years of age; and
- have a score of at least 5 on the Canadian Language Benchmark Test in speaking, listening, reading and writing competencies in English or French; and
- have completed a minimum of two years of full-time post-secondary education after completing high school; and
- have a verifiable personal net worth** of at least CAD $600,000 of which CAD $300,000 must be liquid and unencumbered funds; and
- have at least three out of five years of experience in managing and owning a business (of at least 33.3%);
have five years out of five of experience in a senior business management role or more;
- want to live permanently in the Province of Choice, while owning and managing a local business; and
Entrepreneur and Farm Category
This PNP is for immigrants who would invest their money and time in the province’s business and economy flow. This category helps candidates and their families to settle down and start a business and operate it in the province.
- Candidate must have full proof of obtaining the business and the place to set up with valid proofs and verification and a net worth of around CAD $500,000.
- Candidate must have at least 3 to 4 years of experience in business management.
- Candidates are even required to invest around 300,000 $CAD in local business or community and the business must align with the point’s grid of SINP. The candidate also has to own more than 33% of the equity of the business he/she wishes to start in the province of Saskatchewan.
Farm owner stream is for candidates with their own farms or wishing to start a farm and its respective business.
The candidate must have a net worth of 500,000 $CAD and must sign an agreement that commits him/her to buy a farm in the province with a cash deposit around 75,000 $CAD which is held in trust by the government. This category even includes young farmer stream with candidates who are beginners in the field with an experience of around 3 years.
Manitoba is located exactly in the geographic center of Canada making it a great location for foreign students. With an economy based largely on natural resources and agriculture, the province of Manitoba is a major driver of Canada’s wealth. Manitoba’s population of approximately 1.2 million is located largely in and around the capital city of Winnipeg. The MPNP provide PR status for candidates who wish to move to the province as skilled workers, students or entrepreneurs. The MPNP is basically divided into 2 subcategories or streams; namely; skilled worker stream and Business investor stream.
Skilled Worker Stream
Through this stream, skilled and experienced workers from overseas can be helped by the government to move and PR status in Manitoba, which includes both skilled workers in Manitoba and overseas.
Business Investor Stream
This category allows the province of Manitoba to nominate business investors with experience and valid qualifications from all across the globe. Candidates must have the required intent and the funds to set up a business in Manitoba within the starting years of their arrival in Canada. This is further divided into;
- The Business/Entrepreneur Pathway – This is the best option for candidates looking for business and its establishment in Manitoba. The Manitoba self-assessment assigns points based on the factors of age, education, work experience, language skills, and adaptability. A score out of 150 total points is given based on these factors. Both of these pathways work on EOI.
- The farm Investor Pathway- Similar to the business pathway, the farm investor also follows the same factors and criteria for selection in the province, but there are a few eligibility criteria, such as;
- The candidate must have a minimum of 3 years of farm ownership as well as experience in handling farms and its respective business.
- A minimum of CAD $500,000 must be provided by the candidate as a proof of funds or capital investment in any form.
- Including all the factors on the points scale and education requirements, a candidate must be able to proof and demonstrate adaptability, skills, knowledge and various practices related to farms and farming business. This will help the candidate to settle down in the province and convince the province’s immigration department that he/she will be able to contribute to Manitoba’s farms and its product’s development and production industry.
The following are some key requirements
- Candidate must be between the age of 21 to 45, with proper and valid documents of experience and education with EOI.
- The candidate must have at least 2 years of full-time work experience and be capable to adapt and find a suitable job/business to survive and live in Manitoba.
- He/she must submit a settlement plan which shows his/her economic and social well being and must be able to clear the CLB language test.
- The points calculated in the point’s grid of MPNP is basically based on age, language ability, work experience and adaptability to other economic and social/work factors.
- Personal information includes birth certificates, educational documents, marital status, work experience documents, settlement plans and passports which are the most important of them all.
Manitoba Farm Investor Pathway
The Farm Investor Pathway (FIP) is a niche rural economic initiative under the Business Investor Stream (BIS) of the Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program (MPNP). The FIP is a Direct Nomination
economic immigration model specifically for rural Manitoba. The MPNP will only invite suitable farm business candidates to apply where a long-term economic contribution to rural Manitoba can be achieved through their nomination.
MPNP FIP Eligibility Criteria
To be eligible to apply to the FIP, candidates must:
- have a minimum verifiable personal net worth of CAD$500,000.
- have a minimum of three years farm ownership, as well as experience in managing your farm operation supported by verifiable documents.
- demonstrate adaptability, specifically relating to practical farming skills, technical knowledge and experience in technological based farming practices that will transfer directly to Manitoba’s current primary farm production industry.
Alberta is one of the finest and most well know province in Canada, with beautiful natural sites, cultural diversity, and the best educational universities, Alberta Province is one of its kind. Alberta is covered by other provinces like Saskatchewan in the east, BC in the west and Northwest Territories in the north.
The AINP consists of the following immigration streams:
- Alberta Opportunity Stream
This stream allows individuals who meet the stream's minimum eligibility requirements and are working in Alberta.
- Alberta Express Entry Stream
This stream allows the Government of Alberta to nominate eligible candidates from Canada's Express Entry System.
- Alberta Self-Employed Farmer Stream
As the name suggests, the Alberta Self Employment farmer stream helps and allows candidates with skillfulness and experience in farming and its particular techniques to purchase and develop a farm in Alberta province to apply for PR status. This specific stream is very preferable as the requirement for farmers in the province is on a rise and with a particular amount of funds and fixed capitals, candidates can apply under this Visa stream. Therefore, the immigration process is profound and offers fast-track immigration for self-employed and qualified farmers. All the applicants must be self-employed and must also have farm management skills with sufficient financial resources.
- Applicants must invest a minimum of CDN $ 500000 capital investment in the business related to farming in the province which can be in the form of assets or liquid funds like mutual funds.
- Candidates are required to have financial documentation of his/her farming business.
- Candidate must have a proposed business plan to settle down in Alberta with proper documentation of education, work experience, training and all the farming requirements for his/her business to prosper.
- And most importantly, the candidate must provide a proof that a Canadian financial institution will be willing to finance and support the business to help settle down in the province.
Alberta Self-Employed Farmer Stream (AINP)
There is a special requirement for farmers in Alberta as well and the program offers fast track immigration and applicant will carry out farming business in Alberta only under this program.
Self-Employed Farmer stream must meet the following criteria.
Farm management skills:
- financial documentation of an existing farm business
- documentation of education, training and work experience
- a proposed business plan for the farming enterprise you are considering in Alberta
- proof that a Canadian financial institution is willing to finance your proposed farming business
Sufficient financial resources: Applicants must be able to invest a minimum of CDN $500,000 of equity in a primary production farming business in Alberta, however preference will be given if you can invest more than the minimum funds required. Minimum net worth should be CDN $500,000 in form of assets and liquid funds. A detailed investment plan will be required which we at ESS Global will help you to obtain.
Applications representing the best opportunity for growth relevant to Alberta's agri-food targets will be given priority.
Applicants must prove that they have farm management skills.
Proof of this may include, but is not limited to: