Economic immigrants are people selected for their skills and ability to contribute to Canada's economy, including international students (if they choose to stay after graduation), foreign workers, and business immigrants.
Unlike family reunification or refugee class, the economic class focuses on applicants’ ability to become economically established in Canada. International graduates and foreign workers are often required to demonstrate their employability to fill labour and skills shortages in the Canadian labour market, whereas business immigrants are evaluated on their contribution in terms of job creation, development in a regional or remote setting or expansion of export markets for Canadian products and services, or advancement of the Canadian industry.
3 Permanent residency classes
Key to success
Key to success
- Job creation
- Significant contribution
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Business Immigration VS Skilled Workers
Other Economic Immigration
Executive or manager
Skilled trades worker
Canadian experience preferred
2-year experience required
New Brunswick PNP
Job offer preferred
C12 Work Permit (ICT)
No CLB minimum score
Own or manage business
Job offer + French preferred
Atlantic Program (AIP)
Job offer required
Max 5 applicants
Innovative business plan
One-stop Service : Immigration & Business
For business / self-employed person
Temporary Resident Application
Permanent Residence Application
Canadian Citizenship Application
For family member
Work permit - Accompanying spouse/partner
Study permit - Accompanying children
Labor Market Impact Assessment (LMIA)
Work permit for your employee
Business plan & Financial plan
Incorporation or acquisition
Connecting our clients with financial investment organizations such as venture capital funds, incubators, angel investors, etc.
Accounting & bookkeeping
English & French training