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  • Canada Business Immigration Overview

    Canada offers the most established and widely-used investment based immigration programs conferring permanent resident status. The Canadian confederation system of government and the country’s social norms offer a “European alternative” to the more unabashed capitalism of the USA. Canada offers European-style social benefits with fairly high levels of taxation and unparalleled quality of life. Under the Canadian model, business immigrants can enjoy the benefits of a national health care program, affordable first-class education and a national pension system that provides measurable annual income upon retirement.

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    Minimum Requirements

    Self-employed farmers must meet the following minimum requirements in order to be eligible to apply to this stream:

      Prove that they have farm management skills with

    • Financial documentation of existing farm business;
    • Proof of education, training, and/or work experience;
    • A proposed business plan for Alberta farm; and
    • Proof that a Canadian financial institution will finance farming venture in Alberta.

      Prove that they have sufficient financial resources for this venture:

    • Show ability to invest a minimum of $500,000 of equity in a primary production farming business in Alberta; and
    • Show a minimum net worth of $500,000 or confirmation of access to similar funds.
    • $500,000 is a minimum amount. A larger amount may be required to demonstrate investment ability.

      Prove that they will invest in a primary production farming business in Alberta:

    • Document investment intentions with proposed business plan; and
    • Be aware that applications that show greatest opportunity for growth of Alberta’s agri-food targets will be given priority.

    When Not to Apply

    Candidates should not apply if they are:

    • Refugee claimants, or individuals involved in a federal appeal or removal process;
    • Live-in caregivers currently residing in Canada;
    • Temporary Foreign Workers working and residing in a province other than Alberta;
    • International students studying in Canada and doing co-op work placements or internships as part of their study program.

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