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Business immigrant/Immigrant Entreprenuer/Canada Business Visa

Business immigrant:  Implementing Business Opportunity Ideas That Have Potential To Create Cash .
 
Immigrants have been the entrepreneurial spark plugs of cities from Vancouver to Halifax. One-quarter of Canada publicly traded, venture capital-backed companies started in the past 15 years were founded by immigrant entrepreneurs.The current market capitalization of these firms exceeds $200 billion, and they employ more than 220,000 people in Canada and 100,000 internationally. Immigrants have had the greatest impact in the fields of IT, life sciences, and particularly in the high-tech manufacturing sector, where 40% of publicly traded, venture-backed firms operating in Canada today were founded by immigrants.

Asian Indian entrepreneurs have proven extraordinarily successful in Canada technology sector but Koreans and Hong Kong Chinese immigrant entrepreneurs too. Though  immigration reform is a political hot potato,  success has been also convincing the federal and provincial goverment that job creation is a non-partisan issue. No doubt Canada is first interest in immigrants who are intelligent, wealthy and entrprenurial.

Once in Canada some that already established enterprises in their countries of origin or others that wish to start businesses in Toronto because of problems in the Cana-dian job market.

 Within this article today I’ll look at a couple of ways that you can go about making  online business concepts run from home. Many people have come up with home-based business ideas but have found many of those ventures to be unsuccessful. Inside this article today are some research tools to help find out whether or not your business can become successful. The 1st home business concept which may give you help is found at worldwidebrands.com. This website offers an online shipping directory to help you find wholesalers.

These wholesalers will ship product to your customers so you don’t have to worry about keeping product in your house. This will enable you to sell different items on eBay or on your own site without needing to worry about sinking your money into inventory or on highly priced shipping to bring the products to you. This can allow you to find what products sell very well and then follow these trends fast assuming your wholesaler has this actual product in stock. The 2nd home business concept is starting  a Membership site, but what is a membership site ? 
A membership site  is a website were people sign up as members to receive exclusive information in a niche market. People join for a selective period of time to enjoy the features and functions that only can be found at the site.  The special content which can be found only at the site which are niche market specific. These include tutorials, webinars,Audio and video clips, PLR books, live coaching sessions etc.   Membership websites come in all shapes and sizes. Finding the right model for your niche is an important first step to building a successful membership website. The following resource will outline the advantages of each type of membership model, helping you to deliver your content in an effective and profitable way.
 
1) Content Publisher
The publisher model is the most common membership website model. This model will require the owner to produce content for a specific target market on an ongoing basis. Subscribing members will have access to new articles, as well as previously added content.
 
2) FedEx
The FedEx model provides a “package” of information to your members on a weekly, bi-weekly, or monthly basis. This type of membership model allows you to present your resources to subscribing members at scheduled times. If you choose to deliver your package monthly, your new members will only see month one. In month two they will see month two and month one. Members will only have access the content they paid for.
 
3) Fixed Term
The fixed term model is a membership model that offers a course of study for a predetermined time period. Rather than asking your visitors to subscribe for an unlimited time period, this model sets a fixed term of three, six or nine months for example. It provides your visitors with an end in sight. The established end to your program that this model offers will likely increase your retention rate.
 
4) Modular Course
The modular course model allows you offer training in a way that moves members from one modual to the next at the appropriate time. You may choose to include an online test that members must take before proceeding to the next module. This test will guarantee that they have absorbed the content before moving on to the next module. This approach will likely enhance your members percieved value of your program, as your training is structured in a way that will consistantly deliver results.
 
5) Protected Products
The protected products model allows you to sell digital products in a protected members-only area. This model is an excellent choice for a free content-based website that offers a few special products to subscribing members.
 
6) Coaching
The coaching model allows you to create a general information area for all of your visitors, and multiple membership areas for more specialized instruction. If this website functioned as a coaching model, resources in the general area would include content on search engine optimization and website marketing. In the specialized instruction areas you would find information on developing an AdSense ad-supported website, an affiliate product/service website, or a subscription membership website.
 
7) Everything-and-Kitchen-Sink Model
The everything-and-the-kitchen-sink model allows you to create a membership website that combines elements from several models to meet the needs of your online business. Membership website owners would have the advantage, for example, of offering general content, and a coaching course for 12 weeks to silver members, while offering special digital products to gold members at a higher subscription price in a separate protected area.
Hopefully these making online home business ideas will help you out in your hunt for a great idea where you are and when you apply as business immigrant to Canada. Each one of these ideas shouldn’t cost much money it can have a great effect in your pocketbook in the long run.

While I wouldn’t recommend starting an online business for everyone, for many people it’s one of the best ways to generate income without a regular job. It has certainly worked disgustingly well for me. If you’re interested in learning more about this option, please check out Start Your Own Successful Online Business  or  How to Start a Popular Subscription Website Where You’ll Get Recurring Monthly Profits From Members Who Only Have To Sign Up One Time  for details.

Marisol Diaz  is  an experienced workshop presenter, bilingual information designer, info-Preneuer;  career and  a business facilitator . She  has been writing on legal research and Canada immigration law since 2006. contact her @ hinenisyndicator@gmail.com

NOTE: No attorney/client relationship is formed through the submission or viewing of this article. This article is not intended as a substitute for legal advice from a licensed attorney. The facts of every case are different and individualized advice should be sought from an attorney before proceeding with any case.

Canada Business Class Immigration

Skilled Workers(SW):

There are three ways to immigrate under the Skilled Worker category:

1. An arranged employment offer with a Canadian company, approved by the immigration authorities
2.For students or temporary workers legally residing in Canada for a period of at least one year
3.For specialists with at least one year of full-time work experience in a profession corresponding to the list of occupations outlined by the government of Canada.

Entreprenuers/ Businesspersons

This particular category is applicable to persons who have experience in successfully conducting a business in their home country, possess the necessary funds, and are planning to acquire an existing business in Canada or start a new one.

Main requirements for the principal applicant under this category are:

•Demonstrate business experience – this means that the principal applicant has at least 2 years of experience in owning and managing a business and has employed a minimum of five people on a full-time basis

•Have a personal net worth of $300,000 CAD ( legally obtained and free of liabilities)

•Comply with the conditions of the immigration visa (applicable to this category of business immigrants) for the first three years in Canada

Self-employed:

This particular category is for candidates who are self-employed in such fields as art, sports and farming. This immigration category was specifically devised by the Canadian government to attract artists, professional athletes, as well as to stimulate agricultural development.

Persons interested in immigrating under this category have an opportunity to take an exploratory trip to Canada in order to research conditions and possibilities for starting a business. Such trips are encouraged by the government and provide an applicant with additional points upon the assessment of the case.

Investors:

Currently, there are two types of immigration programs for investors in Canada: the federal program and the program ran by the province of Quebec.

The investment must be made prior to receiving the immigration visa. In the case that the application for permanent residence is declined, the investor has 90 days to claim the invested sum and receive a full refund. A full refund of the investment is guaranteed by the government of Canada. The funds are invested for a period of five years and are returned to the depositor without interest after that period; the government has full discretion in managing the funds.
Individuals applying under this category must have a minimum net worth of $800,000 CAD that was legally obtained and is free of liabilities; they must be prepared to make an investment into the Canadian economy in the amount of $400,000 CAD. Additionally, the following requirements must be met:

•An investor must have experience in owning and managing a business

•An investor must have experience in managing no less than five employees

•An investor must confirm in writing the intention to invest at least $400,000 CAD by transferring the funds to the Receiver General or show documentation to prove that such an investment has already been made.  OpenCorporations.org makes it easier to find out which companies may have received money under the Provincial Nominee Program. 
 

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Marisol Diaz has been writing on legal research and Canada immigration law since 2006.

NOTE: No attorney/client relationship is formed through the submission or viewing of this article. This article is not intended as a substitute for legal advice from a licensed attorney. The facts of every case are different and individualized advice should be sought from an attorney before proceeding with any case.

HRSDC job-confirmation: The Application Process

There is a  different between the job offer with HRDC-confirmed to obtain work visa/work permit and the job offer with HRDC-confirmed to complete points in skilled worker immigration.

To obtain a Work Permit the applicant  need a LMO (Labor Market Opinion) from HRSDC which must be obtained by their  future employer. For the Job Offer for Arranged Employment selection factor the applicant  need an AEO (Arranged Employment  Opinion) from HRSDC which also must be obtained by the employer. However it’s known that to obtain an AEO is easier than LMO.

Hiring steps from employers works like this:

1. The Culling Process
The job application process is really a culling process, so anything you do that employers can use to “cull” you out will go against you, especially with jobs that have a large number of people applying for them.

TIME is the enemy, and the employer will use techniques to save themselves as much time as possible initially when reviewing the pile of applications received.   It’s often a three step process…
Cull applications with obvious errors and poor presentation – employers will most likely give a maximum of 30 seconds to each application at this stage.

Of the applications that are now left, cull those that don’t address essential criteria, or make it hard to determine whether they do actually have the qualifications/experience requested – will give up to one minute (and not much more) for each application to determine this.

The final round will involve a detailed reading of all aspects of the remaining applications in order to determine which of these “most suitable” applicants should be invited in for an interview.
 

Round One Culling
If there were 100 applications for one position, at least 50% – 70% would be a good number to get rid of… sorry – cull – in the first round, and if you give them ANY excuse, you will get culled!

Hopefully, your application has already stood out because it did NOT have those glaring boo-boos which result in applications being placed in the “Thank You But Go Away” pile.

Round Two…
Of the remaining 30-50% of applications, employers would want to eliminate at least half of them in this round.

Round Three…
The 15-25% of applications which make it this far are given very serious consideration to select WHO will come in for an interview.

Definition

Employing foreign workers can be an essential part of a company’s business strategy. Foreign workers can fill labour shortages in Canada and bring new skills and knowledge to help the country’s economy grow.

The  HRSD ‘s job application process works like this:

In almost all cases, foreign workers must have a valid work permit to work in Canada. When hiring a foreign worker, you, the employer must generally :

Submit an HRSDC Foreign Worker Application for a labour market opinion (LMO) to the HRSDC Foreign Worker office responsible for your area. Before confirming a job offer, HRSDC considers whether :

The job offer is genuine:

The wages and working conditions are comparable to those offered to Canadians working in the occupation;
Employers conducted reasonable efforts to hire or train Canadians for the job;
The foreign worker is filling a labour shortage;
The employment of the foreign worker will directly create new job opportunities or help retain jobs for Canadians;
The foreign worker will transfer new skills and knowledge to Canadians; and
The hiring of the foreign worker will not affect a labour disputes or the employment of any Canadian worker involved in such a dispute.

Once HRSDC approves the job offer, send a copy of the HRSDC LMO confirmation letter to the foreign worker.

Inform the foreign worker to apply for a work permit from Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC).

In Some Categories, a foreign worker can come without needing an HRSDC job-confirmation. To Know more about this,  click here

Marisol Diaz has been writing on legal research and Canada immigration law since 2006.

NOTE: No attorney/client relationship is formed through the submission or viewing of this article. This article is not intended as a substitute for legal advice from a licensed attorney. The facts of every case are different and individualized advice should be sought from an attorney before proceeding with any case.

Canada Employment-Based Visa FAQ

 •Are medical examinations required for the visas?
•How many types of Canadian employment-based immigration visas are available?
•Once an application is made, is it guaranteed to receive a visa?
•What about visa ineligibility or waivers?
•What documents are needed for a visa application?
•What if an occupation requires a HRSDC Approval?
•What if there are more applicants for a category than there are available visas?
•What is a “Schedule A Designation”?
•What is the Labor Market Information Pilot Program?
Q: Are medical examinations required for the visas?

•A: Before the issuance of an immigrant visa, every applicant, regardless of age, must undergo a medical examination. The examination will be conducted by a doctor designated by the consular officer. Examination costs must be borne by the applicant, in addition to the visa fees.

Q: How many types of employment-based immigration visas are available?
•A: Immigration Canada provides a yearly minimum of 90,000 employment-based immigrant visas, divided into five preference categories. They may require HRSD aproval, and the filing of a petition.
Q: Once an application is made, is it guaranteed to receive a visa?
•A: Since no advance assurances can be given that a visa will be issued, applicants are advised not to make any final travel arrangements, not to dispose of their property, and not to give up their jobs until visas have been issued to them. An immigrant visa can be valid for six months from issuance date.

Q: What about visa ineligibility or waivers?

•A: The immigration laws of Canada, in order to protect the health, welfare, and security of the Canadians prohibits the issuance of a visa to certain applicants. Examples of applicants who must be refused visas are those who:

◦Have a communicable disease
◦Have a dangerous physical or mental disorder
◦Have committed serious criminal acts
◦Are terrorists, subversives, members of a totalitarian party, or former Nazi war criminals
◦Have used illegal means to enter Canada
◦Are ineligible for citizenship.
Some former exchange visitors must live abroad for two years. Physicians who intend to practice medicine must pass a qualifying exam before receiving immigrant visas. If the applicant isn’t eligible, the consular officer will advise the applicant of any waivers.

 Q: What documents are needed for a visa application?

•A: All applicants must submit certain personal documents such as passports, birth certificates, police certificates, and other civil documents, as well as evidence that they will not become public charges in Canada. The immigration and office officer will inform visa applicants of the documents needed as their applications are processed.
Q: What if an occupation requires HRSD Approval?

•A: A person whose occupation requires HRSD approval  must have prearranged employment in Canada.

Individual Employment Approval

Company Approval

The prospective employer submits both forms to the local office of the Provincial Employment Office in the area in Canada where the work will be performed. The appropriate regional office of the HRSD then notifies the employer of its approval or disapproval.

Q: What if there are more applicants for a category than there are available visas?

•A: Whenever there are more qualified applicants for a category than there are available numbers, the category will be considered oversubscribed, and immigrant visas will be issued in the chronological order in which the petitions were filed until the numerical limit for the category is reached. The filing date of a petition becomes the applicant’s priority date. Immigrant visas cannot be issued until an applicant’s priority date is reached. In certain heavily oversubscribed categories, there may be a waiting period of several years before a priority date is reached.

Q: What is a “Schedule A or Skilled worker Designation”?

•A: Employment Canada has made a schedule of occupations for which it delegates authority to Immigration Canada to approve HRDS. Schedule A, Group I, includes physical therapists and nurses. Schedule A, Group II includes aliens of exceptional ability in the sciences and arts (except performing arts) and Information Technology( computers and engineers careers).
Q: What is the Labor Market Information Pilot Program?

•A: Immigration Canada provides and establish a Labor Market Information Pilot Program that will define up to ten occupational classifications in which there are labor shortages.A HSRD will be deemed to have been issued for purposes of an employment-based immigrant petition for aliens within the listed shortage occupations.

•A: Skilled Workers, Professionals Holding Baccalaureate Degrees and Other Workers receive points in when they summit their applications.

◦Skilled workers are persons capable of performing a job requiring at least two years’ training or experience
◦Professionals with a baccalaureate degree are members of a profession with at least a university bachelor’s degree; and
◦Other workers are those persons capable of filling positions requiring less than two years’ training or experience

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