Preparation of your business project for admission takes from 1-2 months, training from 2 weeks, preparation of a business plan from 2 to 4 weeks. You can find a step-by-step plan leading to Canadian citizenship here.
There is no need for this beforehand. You can register a company within a month after arriving in Canada.
According to our observations, training takes place once a quarter, there is no regular schedule. Usually, business incubators inform about group recruitment 2 months in advance.
The intensity depends on the selected business incubator. Somewhere the program lasts 3 months with classes 2-3 times a week, and somewhere for 2 weeks with daily classes.
To enter the business incubator, you do not need to pass a language exam, an IELTS certificate will be required to process entry documents.
We guarantee your admission to the business incubator, according to the agreement, we will refund you most of the money paid.
It takes from 1 to 2 months to prepare for admission, it largely depends on the stage of maturity of your project and your free time.
You pay for training after you have been offered training in a business incubator.
If you just graduate and don't prepare your business plan, you'll just get a course completion document. You need to prepare a business plan for your project.
No, this is not necessary. The business incubator accepts you even if you have a business idea.
If you do not want to fill out immigration forms yourself, you may need the services of an immigration agency. The cost of these services depends on the number of family members.
If you have chosen a business incubator in Alberta, then the company must also be registered in Alberta. But you can work with her all over Canada.
Yes, however if that person is in Canada or is a Canadian resident, a 13% tax will be added to the amount shown.
Yes, the cost depends on the selected business incubator and is paid directly to the business incubator under a separate agreement.
Residents of the business incubator have access to co-working, however, you can rent an office in the business incubator. There are no minimum tax requirements.
Yes, but you can only work on this work visa in your own company.
Your spouse and children, like you, receive Permanent Resident status. If you plan to come before PR status, spouse can apply for an open work visa, children for Study Permit.
You, your spouse and your children under 18, including from your previous marriage or your spouse's previous marriage.
The countdown starts from the moment you arrive in Canada, i.e. you can get your PR while still outside of Canada, but it is your presence in Canada that counts.
If you are arriving as a Canadian resident, you may be employed from the first day you arrive in Canada.
Yes, of course, you can work outside of Canada as an individual and earn an income. You can also work on behalf of the company you open.
Yes, every startup participant who plans to immigrate to Canada needs to undergo training. The company may have founders, but without the right to immigration.
It is necessary for all founders to undergo training at the same time. However, your co-founder may remain the owner of the future Canadian company, but without the right to immigrate.
You and the company you set up in Canada have no minimum tax liability.
You are expected to start doing business from Canada, create jobs, work with international clients.
The price varies depending on the number of founders, the maturity of your project, the degree of our involvement in the work. You will receive a commercial offer immediately after the meeting.
Yes, Canada recognizes unregistered relationships. However, confirmation of your relationship may be required.
There is no requirement to invest any amount in your own company. You can find an investor in Canada.
After your settlement, you will meet in a business incubator with your curator and draw up a detailed plan for the development of your business project.
We do not provide immigration services, we provide business consultations, help you choose a business institution, apply for admission, pass an interview and defend your business project up to receiving a letter of support necessary to start the immigration process.
The information on this resource is for informational purposes only and does not constitute comprehensive legal or immigration advice.
At the time of publication, the data complies with legal regulations, however, it should be borne in mind that over time, regulations and legal provisions may change and information may become outdated.
All data must be checked on the official websites of the Canadian government.