There are three main sub-categories in the
Business Class: Entrepreneurs, Investors,
and Self Employed Immigrants.
You may be able to immigrate
as an Entrepreneur if you can demonstrate
that you have the ability to establish, purchase
or make a substantial investment in a business
in any country that will create employment
opportunities for that country citizen or
permanent resident other than yourself or
An Entrepreneur immigrant
may start up a new business, or invest in
an existing one as a sole owner or an active
partner, as long as it meets the terms and
conditions. It is very important to be aware
of which terms and conditions apply to you.
It can be found on your permanent resident
document. Those who have a two-year term must
be aware of the country guidelines for acceptable
business investments. Entrepreneurs must take
an active management role.
If you have a net worth
of at least required country $ for doing business,
and have business experience as an equity-owner
of a qualifying business, you may qualify
for immigration in either class. Your decision
should be based on what you plan to do in
that country. If you do not intend to be involved
in the management of your own business, apply
as an Investor. If you plan to become actively
involved in the management of your own business
or a partnership, apply as an Entrepreneur.
It is a good idea to explore
various sources to identify good business
opportunities. Sources include advertisements
in the local newspapers, websites, business
brokers, friends, or personal site visits.
Please do a thorough assessment of the business
before making any investment
Any comments or concerns
regarding the above or other Immigrant can
be addressed by Cyrus S. Nallaseth, PLLC.
you require more information or if you have
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