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Canada Start-Up Visa

Canada Start-up VisaThe Canada Start-Up Visa Program is for foreign national entrepreneurs who wish to immigrate to Canada. Under this program you can apply for Canadian permanent residence based on you establishing a new company in Canada that will create employment.  Before applying for permanent residence under this program, your business idea must first be approved and supported by a private sector organization.  These organizations specialize in helping to establish start-up businesses.

Eastman Law Office will first help you obtain approval and support from a private sector organization and then professionally prepare and submit your Start-Up Visa permanent resident application to Citizenship and Immigration Canada for processing. 

After submission of your application, Eastman Law Office continues to be your legal representative with Citizenship and Immigration Canada right up until a final determination has been made by the visa office on your Start-Up Visa permanent resident application.

Take your first step in immigrating to Canada by calling Eastman Law Office at (905) 451-1550 for a consultation or send your curriculum vitae/résumé to contact@theimmigrater.com.

Please note that none of the information on this website should be construed as being legal advice. As well, you should not rely on any of the information contained in this website when determining whether and how to apply to any program offered by Immigration Canada. Canadian immigration law changes constantly, and therefore information contained on this website may be out of date and no longer valid. If you have a question about the contents of this website, or any question about Canadian immigration law, please contact Eastman Law Office.


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