Immigrate As A Self-Employed Person

Self employed immigration

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Introduction

Self-employed immigration is for applicants who have enough ability to hire themselves without working for others, which is what we often call working for themselves. According to the Canadian “Immigration Act”, self-employed immigrants must establish a business in Canada in order to be employed and can contribute to Canada’s economic or cultural fields.


Requirements

  • Applicants must have more than two years of work experience in a specific industry, business operation or management experience in the past five years
  • Arts (writer, painter, film, director, actor, host, artist, etc.)
  • Sports (national level)
  • Score 35 points and passing-points (out of 100 points)
  • Applicants can make a significant economic contribution in Canada.
  • Able to pass medical examinations, security checks and other Canadian immigration requirements.
  • Applicants must have the intention to settle in Canada.


Submit Method

  • Generic Application Form for Canada [IMM 0008]
  • Sub-applicant (partner or child) to declare Additional Dependants/Declaration (if applicable)
  • Background declaration form IMM5669e
  • If you want to live in Quebec, you must fill in the IMM0008 Form Economic Classes—Declaration of Intent to Reside in Quebec
  • Self-employed Business Immigration Form IMM0008_6ae
  • Family Information Form IMM5406E
  • Travel Information Form IMM 5562
  • Copies and translations of various academic documents such as degree certificates and graduation certificates
  • Original IELTS G score report or CELPIP English test score report, or TEF French test score report
  • Relevant experience in the following 3 fields in the past 5 years:
    • Cultural activities (self-employment or participation in activities at the world, national, provincial and municipal levels)
    • Sports activities (self-employed or participating in activities at the world, national, provincial and municipal levels)
    • Social activities (participate in public welfare activities or fund relief activities)
  • Adaptability documents, the following evidence shall be provided:
    • Spouse’s educational experience certificate
    • The spouse has currently obtained a Canadian study permit and is studying full-time courses at a Canadian college or above for at least 2 years.
    • If you or your spouse have relatives in Canada, and the relatives are Canadian citizens or permanent residents, the relatives are your parents, grandparents, children, grandchildren, aunts/aunts, uncles/uncles, nephews/nieces, nephews/nieces, need to provide Proof of family relationship.
  • Copies of passports of the main applicant and all sub-applicants (spouse and children)
  • If applying for business self-employment in Quebec, the original CSQ is required
  • No criminal record: After the age of 18, if you have lived in any country for 6 months, you need to provide the original without criminal record.
  • Identity documents, the main applicant and spouse need to provide:
    • Birth certificate (including only child certificate)
    • Marriage certificate, if you have been married before, you need to provide the previous divorce certificate. If the previous spouse dies, the death certificate of the deceased spouse is required
    • a copy of ID card
    • A copy of the account book
    • If you have an unmarried spouse who is in fact living together, you need to provide IMM 5409E and at least 12 months of cohabitation relationship documents, such as joint account bank account, joint lease contract, various living bills, such as electricity, water, property fees, etc. Bills.
  • The birth certificate of a child under 22 years of age. If the child is adopted, a legal adoption document is required. If one parent of the child does not accompany the immigrant to Canada, he needs to fill in the IMM 5604 form and sign it, and provide a scanned copy of the ID, and then sign the scanned copy. If the child is over 22 years old and is studying at school, it can also be used as a secondary application. A transcript of the school’s study after the age of 22 must be provided, and a letter issued by the school certifying how many days the child attends school and how many hours he studies every day. Evidence that 22-year-old children need financial support from their parents is also required.
  • Every family member, regardless of immigration, needs to provide 2 photos.
  • Receipt for payment of application fee

Procedures

  • Evaluate positioning and formulate application plan
  • Prepare the information, submit the application after being reviewed by the lawyer, and obtain the file number
  • Interview (there will be interview counseling), physical examination
  • Receive the visa after receiving the visa letter, land in Canada within one year of the medical examination, and then live in Canada for 2 years within 5 years

NOC List

NOC

LEVEL

Job Title

A

Librarians

A

Conservators and curators

A

Archivists

A

Authors and writers

A

Editors

A

Journalists

A

Translators, terminologists and interpreters

A

Producers, directors, choreographers and related occupations

A

Conductors, composers and arrangers

A

Musicians and singers

A

Dancers

A

Actors and comedians

A

Painters, sculptors and other visual artists

B

Library and public archive technicians

B

Technical occupations related to museums and art galleries

B

Photographers

B

Film and video camera operators

B

Graphic arts technicians

B

Broadcast technicians

B

Audio and video recording technicians

B

Other technical and co-ordinating occupations in motion pictures, broadcasting and the performing arts

B

Support occupations in motion pictures, broadcasting, photography and the performing arts

B

Announcers and other broadcasters

B

Other performers, n.e.c.

B

Graphic designers and illustrators

B

Interior designers and interior decorators

B

Theatre, fashion, exhibit and other creative designers

B

Artisans and craftspersons

B

Patternmakers-textile, leather and fur products

B

Athletes

B

Coaches

B

Sports officials and referees

B

Program leaders and instructors in recreation, sport and fitness

Q&A

Q: What are the requirements for applying for self-employed immigration?

A: Must have more than two years of relevant experience and be able to prove that they will start their own business in Canada. You also need to score a minimum of 35 points on the calculator form to determine whether you have the financial means to live in Canada.

Q: What is the procedure for self-employed immigration?

A: You must meet the requirements for self-employed immigration, pass a physical examination, criminal and security investigations, and agree to do business in Canada.

Q: Does the relevant experience have to be recent?

A: The relevant experience must begin within 5 years before you sign the application.


Fees

  • The service fee is charged according to the customer’s situation. If the customer’s situation is more complicated, there may be additional charges (refer to customer evaluation)

Since self-employed immigrants have more complex requirements, we need to communicate with you on the phone or face to face to determine the service price

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