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Business Services

Are you an entrepreneur seeking to do business in Canada? We provide strategic planing and tailored business services to achieve your goals.

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Business Immigration Services that Work

Canada is seeking business owners and investors to contribute culturally and economically to the benefit of Canada. Whether you are looking to open a branch of an existing business, purchase a business or start a new business there are programs that are designed to allow successful and experienced business owners to settle in Canada.


Intra-Company Transfer

The Intra-Company Transfe Program allows individuals to work in Canada without having to first obtain an LMIA.

To be eligible for this program you must:

  • be currently employed by a multi-national company and seeking entry to work in a parent, a subsidiary, a branch, or an affiliate of that enterprise;

  • be transferring to an enterprise that has a qualifying relationship with the enterprise in which they are currently employed, and will be undertaking employment at a legitimate and continuing establishment of that company (where 18–24 months can be used as a reasonable minimum guideline);

  • be being transferred to a position in an executive, senior managerial, or specialized knowledge capacity;

  • have been employed continuously (via payroll or by contract directly with the company), by the company that plans to transfer them outside Canada in a similar full-time position (not accumulated part-time) for at least one year in the three-year period immediately preceding the date of initial application. 

If you meet these requirements then the intra-company transfer may be for you!​

Intra-Company Transfer


C10, C11 Significant Benefit

The following two streams are known only as "Significant Benefit" streams that involve LMIA exemption codes C10 and C11. Under C10, foreign nationals who offer significant economic, social, or cultural benefit to Canada may be able to employ the International Mobility Program that allows employers to hire temporary workers without a Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA) where there are broader economic, cultural or other competitive advantages for Canada or there are reciprocal benefits enjoyed by Canadians and permanent residents. 

Under C11, foreign nationals applying to work for themselves or to operate their own business on a temporary basis may be able to work in Canada if they are able to demonstrate that their admission to Canada to operate their business would generate significant economic, social or cultural benefits or opportunities for Canadian citizens or permanent residents.

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Start-Up Visa

Canada’s Start-up Visa Program targets immigrant entrepreneurs with the skills and potential to build businesses in Canada that:

  • are innovative

  • can create jobs for Canadians

  • can compete on a global scale

If you have an innovative business idea and you can get support for your idea from one of the designated organizations, you may be able to immigrate to Canada.

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Start-Up Visa
Self Employed Visa


Self Employed Visa

The Self-employed Persons Program allows people to immigrate to Canada permanently as a self-employed person.

To be eligible for this program, you must:

  • have relevant experience in cultural activities or athletics and

  • be willing and able to make a significant contribution to the cultural or athletic life of Canada

Do you have a successful business and want to come to Canada? Self-Employed Persons Program may be for you!​

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Book an Immigration Consultation 

Book a professional consultation with Annie (Anne C. McCaughey) to get started with a customized immigration plan. Annie is a Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant who will be able to provide advice and a plan for moving ahead with your immigration goals. A consultation is 30 minutes via call or video call, followed by a detailed email with further information to help you on your journey. 

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