2020-03-03 – Saskatchewan immigration will conduct a new draw through the province’s popular Entrepreneur Stream on Thursday, March 5. The draw will be the second of 2020, and the second since the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) changed the way it selects Entrepreneur Stream candidates. The first draw of 2020 took place on January 7
2020-01-30 – British Columbia immigration has moved to introduce a new language requirement for its Entrepreneur Immigration category. As of January 29, 2020, candidates require Canadian Language Benchmark Level 4 in English or French to qualify for the British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program stream. The requirement has to be met by the nomination stage of
2020-01-06 – Saskatchewan immigration has changed the way it selects candidates through its popular Entrepreneur stream, with the next Expression of Interest draw expected on January 7, 2020. The province will prioritize three selection factors to separate candidates with the same score on the Entrepreneur stream points grid. “In order to manage application inventory and
2019-11-18 – Saskatchewan immigration has delayed its final Entrepreneur stream draw of 2019 to December 5. The draw was originally scheduled to take place on November 7. A notice posted on the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program website said: “Please be advised that the EOI pool selection scheduled for November 7, 2019, has been postponed until
November 23, 2018 – British Columbia has launched a new Entrepreneur Immigration – Regional Pilot immigration stream aimed at attracting business immigrants to rural communities. The two-year British Columbia Provincial Nomination Program pilot is designed to get foreign entrepreneurs to start businesses, create jobs and settle in smaller B.C. communities with populations less than 75,000.
The recently re-vamped entrepreneur immigration program is getting another boost, as Ottawa has announced plans to include mentorship in the program. The new start up visa program, launched earlier this year, will now offer newcomers the chance to partner with Canadian “business incubators,” which will offer guidance throughout the start-up process. “Connecting immigrant entrepreneurs with
Mid-range net worth individuals with suitable entrepreneurial experience may be eligible to apply under one of many Provincial Entrepreneur programs. Each province manages its own entrepreneur programs and generally follow a multi-step process to permanent residence. Applicants submit an expression of interest and wait for an invitation to submit an application. Selected candidates submit a
Saskatchewan is streamlining rules for entrepreneurs who want to immigrate to the province. According to Jeremy Harrison, the minister for immigration, jobs, skills and training, changes to the entrepreneur and farm category under the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program will speed up applications. The five streams included in the category are to be collapsed into two,