Provide Proof of Education and Language Proficiency
An applicant must meet the minimum language proficiency requirements in either French or English.
An applicant is expected to have finished at least 1 year of post-secondary education. The applicant must show that they’ve been in good standing at their academic institution, irrespective of whether or not they complete the whole program.
Your business could take some time taking off. In the meantime, you will have to show that you can still support yourself as well as your family while you live in Canada. The CIC will need to know specifically how you’ll be doing that.
You will have to submit a proof of your funds along with the immigration application you submit. The size of the funds you need to show for familial support will depend upon your family’s size. Let’s say you’re going to come alone to Canada; in that case, you’ll be needed to bring $11,115. If you have, say, a family of four, then the amount will jump to $20,654.
Upon meeting these requirements, your application will be reviewed as per the standard admissibility criteria of CIC, which includes criminal background (if any), health, and security.
Are you looking to start your own business in Canada? And do you have any more questions on how ICS can help yours in this endeavor?
If yes, then do contact us! We’d love to answer them all!