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Firm with a core focus on
Start-up Visas & Businesses

We are a boutique consulting firm dedicated to expertly guiding foreign entrepreneurs through the process of obtaining Canadian Start-up visas and participating in the Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program (OINP). Our firm specializes in providing personalized support and strategic advice, ensuring that our clients navigate the complexities of immigration and business establishment in Canada with ease.

Our mission is to facilitate a smooth and successful transition for international innovators looking to contribute to and thrive in the Canadian business landscape, helping them to lay a solid foundation for their entrepreneurial ventures in a vibrant and supportive environment.

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Our services include crafting tailored business plans and pitch decks, offering branding solutions, and providing startup coaching and mentoring. We also specialize in startup business landing, feasibility studies, research, and consulting for business development.

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United States

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  • How do I apply for the Start-up Visa Program?
    To apply for the Start-up Visa Program, you must pitch your qualifying start-up to a designated organization and get their support. Meet the language requirements. Bring enough money to settle and invest in your business in Canada.
  • What kind of business qualifies for the Start-up Visa Program?
    Canada’s Start-up Visa Program targets immigrant entrepreneurs with the skills and potential to build businesses in Canada (outside Quebec) that Are innovative. Can create jobs for Canadians. Can compete on a global scale.
  • What is the processing time for the Start-up Visa Program?
    The processing time for the Canada Start-up Visa is 37 months.
  • Who can apply for the Start-up Visa Program?
    Anyone who meets the requirements of the Start-up Visa Program can apply. If you have a qualifying business, fulfill the language requirements, and have enough settlement funds, you can apply for the Start-up Visa Program.
  • How many people can apply under one application for the Start-up Visa Program?
    A total of five business partners can apply under one application for the Start-up Visa Program.
  • What is a qualifying business for the Start-up Visa Program?
    To qualify under this program Each applicant must hold 10% or more of the total voting rights. Applicants and the designated organization together must hold more than 50% of the total voting rights.
  • What is a designated organization for the Start-up Visa Program?
    Designated organizations are business groups that have been approved to invest in or support potential start-ups. The organization will also send a commitment certificate directly to the IRCC. This is an immigration document used to evaluate your application.
  • What is the latest update on the cap on designated organizations for the Start-up Visa Program?
    Each calendar year, only 10 complete group applications per designated organization will be considered. Applications will be considered on a first-come, first-served basis. If you apply after the annual cap is reached, your application will be returned and your processing fees reimbursed.
  • What is the language requirement for the Start-up Visa Program?
    You need to achieve a Canadian Language Benchmark (CLB) 5 in listening, reading, writing, and speaking (in either English or French) to qualify for the Start-up Visa Program.
  • How much money should one bring as an immigrant under the Start-up Visa Program?
    The Government of Canada won’t support you financially as a start-up visa immigrant. When you apply, you’ll need proof that you have the money to support yourself and your dependents after you arrive in Canada. The amount you need depends on the size of your family. These amounts are updated every year.


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