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In this video Ali Mokhtari explains what are the residency obligations in Canada and United States

In this video Ali Mokhtari talks about the Quebec Investor Program and clarify all the aspects of it. The presentation is in Persian language.

In this video Ali Mokhtari talks about maintaining residency obligations for those immigrants who are married to a Canadian living abroad or working for a Canadian Company or a public or governmental institution  outside Canada. the video is in Persian language.

In this video Ali Mokhtari the manager of Canpars Immigration Services Inc. will explain what would be your situation if you do not maintain your residency obligations. In other word what if you do not spend 730 days in Canada in last five years. The video is in Persian language.

In this video Ali Mokhtari explains how you should maintain your permanent residency in Canada. The video is in Persian language. You may watch more videos on his weblog.

With 21 of the world’s top 500 universities and 32 in the top 1000, Canada welcomes more than 130,000 international students who receive study visas to study in Canada each year. 

If you intend to study at a Canadian educational institution, most foreign nationals must apply for a study permit. A study permit, once issued, allows a foreign national to study in Canada at an approved institute for the duration of the specified course or program. Canadian study permits are only issued after you have been accepted at a Canadian college, university or other accredited educational institution designated to receive international students.

So to be eligible to study in Canada:

  • You must have been accepted by a school, college, university or other educational institution in Canada.
  • You must prove that you have enough money to pay for: 
    • tuition fees;
    • living expenses for yourself and any family members who come with you to Canada; and
    • Return transportation for yourself and any family members who come with you to Canada.
  • You must be in good health and willing to complete a medical examination, if necessary.
  • You must satisfy an immigration officer that you will leave Canada at the end of your authorized stay. 

CanPars Immigration Services assist you:

  • To select the best designated educational institutes in different levels of study, suitable with your needs and conditions such as McGill University, Concordia University, University of Toronto, University of British Columbia, Simon Fraser University, University of Alberta, British Columbia Institute of Technology, George Brown College, Southern Alberta Institute of Technology and etc.
  • To apply for getting the admission from that educational institute ;
  • And apply for the study permit.

The Programme de l’expérience québécoise (PEQ – Québec experience program) is an accelerated program for selecting skilled workers, which allows individuals to obtain a Certificat de sélection du Québec with a view to gaining permanent residence. This program is intended for Québec graduates or future graduates and temporary foreign workers who hold a skilled job and who meet certain conditions, such as demonstrating advanced intermediate knowledge of spoken French.

The Programme de l'expérience québécoise does not involve a selection grid or interview, and does not take into account the spouse’s or de facto spouse’s characteristics.  

If the applicant holds a post-graduation work permit, he can submit the application for a Certificat de sélection du Québec as a graduate or skilled temporary foreign worker based on the selection conditions that are the most advantageous for him.

There are 2 options:

 

PEQ- Quebec graduate:

The applicants must satisfy allof the conditions of the PEQ at the time of submission of his application for a CSQ:

  • have the intention of settling in Québec to hold a job;
  • have lived temporarily in Québec with the primary goal of studying and have respected the conditions of stay;
  • have lived in Québec for at least half of the duration of their study program;
  • hold an eligible Québec diploma or expect to complete their study program within six months of the date of submission of the application;

The Quebec Diplomas eligible under PEQ are:

  • a bachelor’s degree (university undergraduate);
  • a master’s degree (and an MBA);
  • a doctorate;
  • a Diplôme d’études collégiales techniques (DEC – diploma of college studies, technical training); 
  • a Diplôme d’études professionnelles (DEP – diploma of vocational studies) attesting to 1800 hours of study or more;
  • a Diplôme d’études professionnelles (DEP – diploma of vocational studies) followed by an attestation de spécialisation professionnelle (ASP – attestation of vocational specialization) attesting to a minimum of 1800 hours of training and leading to a particular trade
  • demonstrate advanced intermediate knowledge of oral French (level B2 or higher of the Common European Framework of Reference) by providing the approved Tests, or by demonstrating the educational programs studied completely in French, or successful completion of an advanced intermediate level French course taken in Québec, in a recognized educational institution;
  • undertake to provide for their needs and, where applicable, those of their spouse or de facto spouse and dependent children included in the application for a Certificate de selection du Québec, for a minimum period of 3 months;
  • Be at least 18 years old and hold a valid passport and, if submitting the application from Québec, be legally residing in Québec at the time of submission of the application.

 

 PEQ- Skilled foreign temporary worker

The applicants must satisfy allof the conditions of the PEQ at the time of submission of his application for a CSQ

  • have the intention of settling in Québec to hold a job; 
  • have lived temporarily in Québec with the primary goal of working and have respected the conditions of their stay;
  • be legally in Québec as a skilled temporary foreign worker or under a youth exchange program (for example, through a Working Holiday, Young Professionals or International Co-op Internship permit); 
  • have occupied a full-time job at the management, professional or technical level(NOC  levels of 0, A, B) for at least 12 of the 24 months preceding the submission of the application; 
  • occupying a full-time job at the management, professional or technical level (levels O, A or B under the National Occupational Classification) at the time of submission of the application; 
  • demonstrate advanced intermediate knowledge of oral French (Please refer to the above mentioned details);
  • undertake to provide for theirs needs and, where applicable, those of their spouse or de facto spouse and dependent children included in their applications for a Certificat de sélection du Québec, for a minimum period of 3 months;
  • Being at least 18 years old and hold a valid passport.

 

Canpars Immigration Services will assist the applicant in the following steps of this process:

  1. Check the eligibility of the applicant for the program;
  2. Advise to find the recognized, and acceptable institute  for study in Quebec;
  3. Advice to find the recognized and acceptable French language institutes to provide the proof of language proficiency.
  4. Assist to prepare the whole application package including application forms and supporting documents;
  5. Submit and finalize the file;
  6. Follow up the case with the authorities to the end of the file.

The Quebec immigrant investor program is one of the most popular investment visa immigration categories in Canada which leads to obtain the permanent residency of Canada directly, without any further conditions such as establishing a business in Quebec or any language proficiency required.

To be eligible for this program the applicant must:

  • Have, alone or with his accompanying spouse, including de facto spouse, net assets of at least $1,600,000 CAN obtained legally, excluding the amounts received by donation less than six months before the date on which the application was filed; 
  • Have experience in management in a legal farming, commercial or industrial business, or in a legal professional business where the staff, excluding the investor, occupies at least the equivalent of two full-time jobs, or for an international agency or a government or one of its departments or agencies;
  • The management experience is defined as the exercise, for at least two years in the five years preceding the application for a selection certificate, of duties related to the planning, management and control of financial resources and of human or material resources under your authority; the experience does not include experience acquired in the context of an apprenticeship, training or specialization process attested to by a diploma.
  • Intend to settle in Québec and sign an agreement to invest $800,000 CAN with a financial   intermediary (broker or trust company) authorized to participate in the Investor Program.

CanPars will assist the applicant in the following steps of this process:

  • Check the eligibility of the client;
  • Provide list of required documents;
  • process and prepare the application;
  • Once the application is reviewed and approved by the bank (which is going to loan the applicant the requisite amount of $800,000 CD), it will be submitted to a Quebec immigration office with all supporting documentation.;
  • After receiving the file number, follow up with the immigration office to provide the additional documents/ information may be requested by them; 
  • Once the processing of the application is completed, the applicant is called for an immigration interview. And canpars will arrange coaching meetings for the applicant, and update the documents and application forms to be ready for the interview. 
  • After the applicant passes the interview, he is given a letter that states that he has to make an investment in Quebec within 110 days;
  • On making the investment, an approval document, known as CSQ (Certificate of Selection of Quebec) is issued to the applicant;
  • After this, a new application has to be submitted - with all supporting documents, visa fees and police clearance certificates, to the Canadian visa office in or nearest to the country of residence of the applicant;
  • New file number is received from the Canadian visa office;
  • Once the application is processed, medical examination forms are received for the investor and all his dependents; 
  • Once the medical and security clearance is complete, a request for passports is received in order to stamp the permanent immigrant visa. 
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Looking to visit Canada temporarily for work, study or tourism? You have the following options:





If you are an experienced business person and have already managed a Business in your home country and seek to own and actively manage business in Canada that contributes to the economy and creates jobs, you are an Entrepreneur.

1- Federal Entrepreneur Program

2- Quebec Entrepreneur Program 

 

CanPars Immigration Services Inc. is an immigration consulting company founded by Mr. Ali Mokhtari in Montreal as a direct response to the increasing needs of prospective immigrants to trustworthy and legal sources of help in immigration matter. The onset of changes in Canadian immigration laws and the unfortunate increase of ghost agents who profited from the situation inspired Mr. Mokhtari, a designated lawyer in his country of origin(Member of Tehran Bar Association), to establish CanPars and offer his expertise and help to people who intended to legally immigrate to Canada.
 
Tapping into his knowledge as a McGill University graduate in Law and Ph.D Candidate at the University of Montreal, years of experience as a lawyer in his home country and his expertise as an Immigration Consultant with ICCRC, Mr. Mokhtari set the mission of CanPars as providing help and legal advice to his clients so they not only enter their new home but also settle successfully in there. 
In the past five years, CanPars has organically grown into de facto standard in immigration services for prospective immigrants. In addition to its headquarter in Montreal, CanPars has multiple permanent offices in the Middle East with over 30 experienced and educated legal staffs who have all passed the mandatory CanPars training program and are up to date with immigration laws of Canada.
Over the course of its existence, CanPars is proud to have provided its services to hundreds of cases in Federal and Quebec Skilled Workers categories as well as a considerable number of cases in Quebec Investor Programs.
Since CanPars mission does not end with the acceptance of permanent residence application, it has been offering extra services to bring the knowledge and clarity to our clients so they know what to expect and how to integrate in Canadian society and economy. Consequently, CanPars has been offering year-around seminars in a multitude of subjects, such as:
  • Introduction to Canadian education systems in all level
  • Overview of medical graduate perspectives in Canadian medical system
  • Overview of and perspective of education and work for certified nurses
  • Overview of Job Market in Canada and how to find a job
These seminars have been amongst the strongest features of our portfolios as witnessed by our clients. CanPars has also been providing after landing services to its clients from setting up bank accounts to housing and job search.
CanPars also publishes a well established bimonthly magazine in Persian language, Parnian Magazine, being distributed amongst all Persian Speaking Communities in four Canadian major cities of Montreal, Toronto, Vancouver and Ottawa. You may visit Parnian Magazine Website here.  
One of the strengths of CanPars remains to be its unique and comprehensive web site which is more than a front end to the company. As the main goal of CanPars remains to be transparency, it has been providing an increasing number of informing articles on our web site dealing with all aspects of immigrations matters.  It also provides visitors with information about different jobs in Canada. CanPars knowledgeable staffs have been working hard to bring the most up to date and relevant information and answers to our clients’ questions and as a witness to its success, it suffices to say that www.ParsCanada.com web site has had an exceptional success amongst Persian speaking communities around the world. It receives up to 15000 hits a day as the first Persian Language site in immigration domain in the world.

CanPars Services are in two main categories:

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Currently available blogs:

  1. Ali Mokhtari (CanPars Director Manager) Blog
    Ali Mokhtari answer immigrants questions and talks about what is happening in immigration society and laws in his personal blog.
  2. Majid Bastami (CanPars Network Web Editor and Parnian Magazine Editor in Chief) Blog
    Majid Bastami writes about newcomers and living as an immigrant in Canada in his personal blog.

CanPars Forums would be available soon. Meanwhile you can ask your questions directly from Contact Us page.

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CanPars Immigration Services Inc. is an immigration consulting company founded by Mr. Ali Mokhtari in Montreal as a direct response to the increasing needs of prospective immigrants to trustworthy and legal sources of help in immigration matter. The onset of changes in Canadian immigration laws and the unfortunate increase of ghost agents who profited from the situation inspired Mr. Mokhtari, a designated lawyer in his country of origin(Member of Tehran Bar Association), to establish CanPars and offer his expertise and help to people who intended to legally immigrate to Canada.

Tapping into his knowledge as a McGill University graduate in Law and Ph.D Candidate at the University of Montreal, years of experience as a lawyer in his home country and his expertise as an Immigration Consultant with ICCRC, Mr. Mokhtari set the mission of CanPars as providing help and legal advice to his clients so they not only enter their new home but also settle successfully in there. 

In the past five years, CanPars has organically grown into de facto standard in immigration services for prospective immigrants. In addition to its headquarter in Montreal, CanPars has multiple permanent offices in the Middle East with over 30 experienced and educated legal staffs who have all passed the mandatory CanPars training program and are up to date with immigration laws of Canada.

Over the course of its existence, CanPars is proud to have provided its services to hundreds of cases in Federal and Quebec Skilled Workers categories as well as a considerable number of cases in Quebec Investor Programs.

Since CanPars mission does not end with the acceptance of permanent residence application, it has been offering extra services to bring the knowledge and clarity to our clients so they know what to expect and how to integrate in Canadian society and economy. Consequently, CanPars has been offering year-around seminars in a multitude of subjects, such as:

  • Introduction to Canadian education systems in all level
  • Overview of medical graduate perspectives in Canadian medical system
  • Overview of and perspective of education and work for certified nurses
  • Overview of Job Market in Canada and how to find a job

These seminars have been amongst the strongest features of our portfolios as witnessed by our clients. CanPars has also been providing after landing services to its clients from setting up bank accounts to housing and job search.

CanPars also publishes a well established bimonthly magazine in Persian language, Parnian Magazine, being distributed amongst all Persian Speaking Communities in four Canadian major cities of Montreal, Toronto, Vancouver and Ottawa. You may visit Parnian Magazine Website here.  

One of the strengths of CanPars remains to be its unique and comprehensive web site which is more than a front end to the company. As the main goal of CanPars remains to be transparency, it has been providing an increasing number of informing articles on our web site dealing with all aspects of immigrations matters.  It also provides visitors with information about different jobs in Canada. CanPars knowledgeable staffs have been working hard to bring the most up to date and relevant information and answers to our clients’ questions and as a witness to its success, it suffices to say that www.ParsCanada.com web site has had an exceptional success amongst Persian speaking communities around the world. It receives up to 15000 hits a day as the first Persian Language site in immigration domain in the world.

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We offer integrated residence services for private clients. We analyze each client's situation carefully, point out the available options, develop a plan of action and make it happen.

A person of talent and means need not limit his or her life and business to only one country. Making an active decision with regard to your residence and citizenship gives you more personal freedom, privacy and security. CanPars Immigration Services Inc has the expertise and experience necessary to advise and assist clients with regard to this decision.

As a client of CanPars, you receive integrated solutions rather than isolated advice. By working closely together as a team, our specialists pool their knowledge and experience so that the specific details of each client's case are considered from all relevant perspectives. But you not only have a large number of experts at your disposal, you are also assigned a personal advisor who coordinates the various specialists and ensures continuity of strategy and service.

As a client of our firm, you can rely on us to receive the right advice, and we also help you build a network of contacts, take advantage of your new environment and achieve your goals. 


If you are a Canadian citizen or a permanent resident of Canada, you can sponsor your spouse, common-law partner, conjugal partner, dependent child (including adopted child) or other eligible relative to become a permanent resident.

Applicants are eligible for family immigration if they have family members in Canada who are willing to sponsor them. This type of visa depends on whether the sponsor has sufficient income to support the visa applicant.
To qualify under Canada Family Class Sponsorship:
  1. The relationship between the Sponsor and the Sponsored Person (the Family Class immigrant) must be one of the following:
    • Spouse, common-law partner, or conjugal partner; or
    • Parent or grandparent; or
    • Dependent child; or
    • Brother, sister, nephew, niece, or grandchild who is orphaned, under 18 years of age and not married or in a common-law relationship; or
    • Intended adopted child under 18 years of age; or
    • Other relative, if the Sponsor has no relative listed above and no relatives who are Canadian citizens or Canadian Permanent Residents (limited to one relative only).
  2. The Sponsored Person must have a Sponsor who:
    • Is a Canadian citizen or a Canadian Permanent Resident; and
    • Meets the family class sponsorship requirements.
The Sponsor and Sponsored Person(s) must follow the appropriate Canada Family Class Immigration application process.

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To qualify as a Self-Employed person, an individual must have a net worth of at least CAD$100,000, and must have work experience in the profession or trade that they intend to practice in Quebec.

To qualify as a self-employed person, an individual must be willing and able to support him/herself and any dependents with self-employed income as a farmer, athlete, or artisan.

If you are able to support you and your dependents as a farmer, athlete or artist and have relevant experience, you are a self employed and can immigrate to Canada to live and work.

Federal Self Employed Program

To qualify as a self-employed person, an individual must be willing and able to support him/herself and any dependents with self-employed income as a farmer, athlete, or artisan.

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Quebec Self Employed Program

To qualify as a Self-Employed person, an individual must have a net worth of at least CAD$100,000, and must have work experience in the profession or trade that they intend to practice in Quebec.

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The Yukon Nominee Program was developed to allow the Government of Yukon to nominate potential immigrants based on industrial and economic priorities and labour market conditions.
There are three categories operating under the Yukon Nominee Program umbrella:
 

Skilled Worker

The Skilled Worker category is intended to identify individuals who have the capability of making significant economic contribution to a Yukon business, industry or community.
  • Education and work experience must satisfy the requirements of the job as per the criteria specified in the National Occupational Classification (NOC)
  • Demonstrate at least six months of related work experience for the position being nominated for
  • Language abilities must satisfy the requirements of the workplace, regardless of whether the Foreign National passed a language test or not
  • If in Canada at the time of application, the foreign national must have legal status in Canada (as a visitor, foreign worker, etc.)
  • Any foreign national who is in Canada on a student permit needs to provide proof of one year of study for certificate programs and two years of study for diploma programs before being considered for the Yukon Nominee Program
 

Critical Impact Worker

Conditions are similar to Skilled Worker Category.
 

Business

Yukon is seeking people with at least five years business experience who can start a new business, partner with an existing business, or purchase and operate an existing business in order to enhance the production and marketing of goods, services, exports, technology or research in the priority sectors.
 
Eligibility is restricted to applicants who:
  • Have a minimum of five (5) years of senior management or direct entrepreneurial experience in a business similar to the one proposed. The immigrant entrepreneur will be required to submit a resume or CV (curriculum vitae), letters of recommendation, financial statements and other documents to support his/her experience.(Working as a manager or an employee in a corporation does not necessarily provide skills to own and operate your own business.)
  • Have a minimum net worth of CDN$250,000, including minimum liquid assets of CDN$150,000. Liquid assets include, for example: cash, demand deposits with a financial institution, term deposits, tax shelters convertible to cash, and readily marketable investments including publicly traded stocks and bonds.
  • Have visited Yukon at least once, and, as a consequence, have an understanding of Yukon’s business and social environment. Business applicants must meet with one of the program’s officers in the Business and Industry Development Branch during this visit.
  • Can demonstrate reasonable communication skills in one of Canada’s official languages in order to operate a business in Yukon.
 

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The Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) can provide an alternate and quicker means of entry into Canada.  It allows Saskatchewan to nominate applicants, who qualify under criteria established by the province, to the federal government for landed immigrant status. The most important programs for immigration in this province are:
 

Skilled Workers

This category is for skilled workers, professionals or managers who have a full-time, permanent job offer from a Saskatchewan employer.  It is divided into two sub-categories:
  • Skilled Workers/Professionals
  • Existing Work Permit
 

Entrepreneurs 

There are four criteria in the SINP Entrepreneur Category that you must meet to be approved for nomination:
  1. A minimum net worth of $300,000 Canadian Dollars (CAD) that can be verified.
  2. Accumulation of net worth through legal means, which can be verified.
  3. Minimum three years entrepreneurial or relevant business management experience.
  4. Intent to reside and actively invest in Saskatchewan, which is evaluated using the Intent Grading Grid
  5. Have a minimum active investment of $150,000 CAD in the Province of Saskatchewan.  If you own less than 1/3 of the business, then your total investment must be worth at least $1 million CAD;
  6. Be involved in the day-to-day management of your business; and 
  7. Make a $75,000 Good Faith Deposit.  If you meet certain conditions, you may apply for your Good Faith Deposit to be returned
 

Family Referral

This category is for immigrant families living in Saskatchewan who want to help their skilled and educated family members come to work and live in the province.
Applicants must have a relative who has been living in Saskatchewan for at least one year.  They must be willing to provide applicants with assistance during the immigration process and after they arrive in Saskatchewan.  These relatives are called supporting family members.
Spouses or common-law partners are not eligible to apply under this category.
To be considered for the SINP Family Referral Category, you must:
  1. Be between 18 - 49 years old.
  2. Have a signed affidavit of support (SINP-500-22) from your supporting family household in Saskatchewan.
  3. Have completed post-secondary education, training, or apprenticeship of at least one year in length that has resulted in a diploma, a certificate, or a degree.
  4. Have at least one year of work experience in the past 10 years in your intended occupation (your employment offer in Saskatchewan). 
  5. Have an offer of full-time, permanent employment in Saskatchewan either in an occupation or trade in the NOC Matrix level "A" or "B", or in a designated trade in Saskatchewan.  
  6. Have sufficient language proficiency in one or both of the official languages in Canada.
 

Farm Owner/ Operator

To be considered for the Farm Owner/Operator category you must meet all of the following four criteria:
  1. Available Equity – you must provide financial documents showing a net worth of $500,000 Canadian Dollars (CAD).
  2. Refundable Cash Deposit - you must sign a Performance Agreement committing to purchase a farm operation in Saskatchewan and make a "good faith" deposit of $75,000 CAD in trust.  The cash deposit will be returned to you when the terms of the Performance Agreement are met.  The deposit will be forfeited to the Province if the terms are not met within two years of landing in Saskatchewan.
  3. Mandatory visit to Saskatchewan – you must have conduct a comprehensive exploratory visit to Saskatchewan of no less than five working days and must meet with an SINP representative.
  4. Farm operation knowledge and experience - you must provide documentation (e.g. education and training, work experience, financial documents of their previous operations) that demonstrates that you are a knowledgeable farm operator.  If necessary, we may further verify this information through an interview when you are in Saskatchewan.
Application Criteria:
  1. Have a minimum personal net worth of $300,000 CAD, which is verifiable to 80% certainty.
  2. Verifiable legal accumulation of funds to 80% certainty.
  3. At the time of your application you must be under age 40.
  4. You must have a minimum of three years farm ownership, farm management or practical farming experience.
  5. You must provide a documented proposal for a commercial Saskatchewan farming opportunity based on research, consultations or formal coursework relevant to Saskatchewan agricultural conditions.  Hobby Farms are not eligible.  The farming proposal must be a commercial venture undertaken with a reasonable expectation of profit.  In Saskatchewan, a qualified farming business must have a minimum of $10,000 CAD annual revenue.
  6. You or your spouse must have marketable employment skills, based on education and experience that allows you to supplement your farming income
Nomination Requirements:
  1. Before submitting your application you must have conducted an exploratory visit to Saskatchewan that lasted at least five days.
  2. You must have practical farming experience with skills that are relevant to Saskatchewan farming conditions.
  3. You must make a minimum equity investment of $150,000 CAD in a new or existing farming operation in Saskatchewan comprised of either capital assets (land, machinery) or working capital.
  4. You must make a $75,000 CAD refundable deposit into the Saskatchewan Entrepreneur Trust Fund ($2,500 upon acceptance of application and $72,500 upon nomination).
 

Health Professions

Applicants to the SINP Health Professions Category must already be working full-time in Saskatchewan as a physician, nurse or other health professional on a temporary work permit for at least six months in order to apply.
 

Hospitality Sector Pilot Project

Under the Hospitality Sector Pilot Project the SINP can nominate foreign workers that are currently working in Saskatchewan for a minimum of six months on a temporary work permit issued by Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC), supported by Service Canada's (SC) Temporary Foreign Worker labour market confirmation, and in one of the following categories:
  • Food/Beverage Server 
  • Food Counter Attendant/Kitchen Helper 
  • Housekeeping/Cleaning Staff 
Workers in these categories must first begin working in Saskatchewan on a temporary foreign work permit for a company that has been approved by the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP).
 

Long Haul Truck Drivers

Long haul truck drivers must first begin working in Saskatchewan for an approved trucking firm on a temporary foreign work permit. If an approved trucking firm offers them permanent employment, after a minimum of 6 months employment they may apply to the SINP for permanent resident status.
 

Students

The Student Category allows eligible post-secondary graduates to apply for landed immigrant status under the SINP. There are two streams of the Student Category: the Post-Graduation Work Permit Stream and the Master’s and PhD Graduate Stream.
 
Post-Graduation Work Permit Stream: 
You may qualify to apply under the SINP Student Category: Post-Graduation Work Permit Stream if:
  1. You have graduated with a certificate, diploma or degree from a recognized post-secondary educational institution in Canada.  The program must have been equivalent to at least one academic year (eight months) of full-time study.
  2. If you graduated from a recognized post-secondary institution in Saskatchewan you must have worked for at least six months (with minimum 960 hours) of paid employment in Saskatchewan. If you have graduated from a recognized post-secondary institution outside of Saskatchewan you must have worked for 12 consecutive months of paid full time employment (with a minimum of 1920 hours) in Saskatchewan after graduation.
    Eligible types of work experience in Saskatchewan include on- campus, off-campus, co-op terms, graduate fellowships that can be verified by your institution, and work experience gained on a post-graduate work permit.
  3. You have applied for and received a post-graduation work permit from Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC).
  4. You have a current, permanent, full-time job offer from a Saskatchewan employer.  The job offer does not have to relate to your studies.
  5. If your job offer falls into a NOC C or D, you must have a minimum of Canadian Language Benchmarks (CLB) 4 or higher English Language ability across all 4 categories (listening, speaking, reading and writing.)
 
Master’s and PhD Graduate Stream
You may qualify to apply under the SINP Student Category: Master’s and PhD Graduate Stream if:
  1. You have completed all degree requirements for an existing Master’s and/or PhD program that required at least one academic year of full-time study from the University of Saskatchewan or the University of Regina.
  2. You are applying within two years of the date on which your degree was granted and from a country in which you have legal status.
  3. You intend to live in Saskatchewan and are able to demonstrate your ability to settle and work in Saskatchewan with at least one of the following:
    1. Have at least six months of employment history in your field of training in Saskatchewan;
    2. Are currently employed in your field of training or have received a job offer in your field of training in Saskatchewan for a term longer than six months;
    3. You have enough money to sustain for a short time without work ($10,000 for you and $2,000 for each accompanying family members.
      If you do not have an offer of employment or if your job offer falls into a NOC “C” or “D”, you must have a minimum of Canadian Language Benchmarks (CLB) 4 or higher English Language ability across all 4 categories (listening, speaking, reading, and writing.
 
The PEI PNP establishes nomination targets for each category under the program based on the province’s priorities. PEI PNP has different streams under the two categories:
 

Business Impact Category

The Business Impact Category has three streams from which an applicant can choose:
  • 100% Ownership Stream
    The applicant
    • Must meet the age, education, work experience, adaptability and language skills necessary to establish and operate a business in Prince Edward Island.
    • Must provide a valid International English Language Testing System (IELTS) test result (obtained within the last 3 years). In order to obtain approval on language ability applicants must achieve a Canadian Language Benchmark Placement Test (CLBPT) equivalent result of CLBPT 5 from their IELTS test.  Applicants below CLBPT 5 will be required to sign a language deposit agreement and make a $20,000 deposit.
    • Must provide a business proposal at time of application and a business plan after the exploratory visit detailing the start up or purchase of a business in Prince Edward Island.
    • Must provide a settlement proposal outlining the intention to move and settle in Prince Edward Island.
    • Must provide evidence of a personal net worth of at least $400,000 CAD obtained from legal sources.
    • Must make a minimum $150,000 CAD investment to start or purchase an eligible business in Prince Edward Island.
    • Must have a minimum of $100,000 CAD unencumbered personal funds to make the required escrow deposit.
    • Must have sufficient unencumbered personal funds to make the required investment, operate the business for a minimum of one year, and settle in Prince Edward Island.
    • Must sign an escrow agreement with the Province of Prince Edward Island and make a $100,000 CAD deposit, which is held in escrow, to be returned without interest once the terms and conditions of the agreement have been met. 
    • Must control 100% of the business.
    • Must provide active and on-going management of the business from within Prince Edward Island.
    • Must not include a redemption option in the terms of the investment.
    • If acquiring 100% of an eligible Prince Edward Island business, the applicant must provide a purchase and sale agreement outlining the intent of the applicant to purchase the business.
  • Partial Ownership Stream
    The applicant
    • Must meet the age, education, work experience, adaptability and language skills necessary to establish and operate a business in Prince Edward Island.
    • Must provide a valid International English Language Testing System (IELTS) test result (obtained within the last 3 years). In order to obtain approval on language ability applicants must achieve a Canadian Language Benchmark Placement Test (CLBPT) equivalent result of CLBPT 5 from their IELTS test.  Applicants below CLBPT 5 will be required to sign a language deposit agreement and make a $20,000 deposit.
    • Must provide a business proposal at time of application and a business plan after the exploratory visit for purchasing partial ownership of a business in Prince Edward Island.
    • Must provide a settlement proposal outlining the intention to move and settle in Prince Edward Island.
    • Must provide evidence of personal net worth of at least $400,000 CAD obtained from legal sources.
    • Must have a minimum of $100,000 CAD unencumbered personal funds to make the required escrow deposit.
    • Must have sufficient unencumbered personal funds to make the required investment, operate the business for a minimum of one year, and settle in Prince Edward Island.
    • Must sign an escrow agreement with the Province of Prince Edward Island and make a $100,000 CAD deposit, which is held in escrow, to be returned without interest once the terms and conditions of the agreement have been met. 
    • Must make a minimum investment of $150,000 CAD.
    • Must control not less than 33 1/3% of the equity in the business or make an equity investment in the business of at least $1,000,000 CAD.
    • Must provide active and on-going management of the business from within Prince Edward Island.
    • Must not include a redemption option in the terms of the investment.
    • Must execute an investment agreement outlining the terms and conditions of the applicant’s intent to invest in an eligible Prince Edward Island business.
  • Work Permit Stream
    The applicant
    • Must meet the age, education, work experience, adaptability and language skills necessary to establish and operate a business in Prince Edward Island.
    • Must provide a valid International English Language Testing System (IELTS) test result (obtained within the last 3 years). In order to obtain approval on language ability applicants must achieve a Canadian Language Benchmark Placement Test (CLBPT) equivalent result of CLBPT 5 from their IELTS test.  Applicants below CLBPT 5 will be required to sign a language deposit agreement and make a $20,000 deposit.
    • Must provide a business proposal at time of application and a business plan after the exploratory visit on the starting or purchasing of a business in Prince Edward Island.
    • Must provide a settlement proposal outlining the intention to move and settle in Prince Edward Island.
    • Must provide evidence of personal net worth of at least $400,000 CAD obtained from legal sources.
    • Must have sufficient unencumbered personal funds to make the required investment, operate the business for a minimum of one year, and settle in Prince Edward Island.
    • Must sign a performance agreement with the Province of Prince Edward Island.
    • Must be eligible and willing to apply to CIC for approval of a work permit for the Prince Edward Island business where the applicant intends to work and invest in.
    • Must make a minimum personal equity investment of $150,000 CAD to establish or purchase an eligible business in Prince Edward Island.
    • Must control not less than 33 1/3% of the equity in the business or make an equity investment in the business of at least $1,000,000 CAD
    • Must provide active and on-going management of the business from within the Province of Prince Edward Island.
    • Must not include a redemption option in the terms of the investment.
    • Must execute an investment agreement or purchase and sale agreement outlining the terms and conditions of the applicant’s intent to invest in an eligible Prince Edward Island business
 

Labor Impact Category

The Labor Impact Category has four streams from which an applicant can choose:
  • Skilled Worker Stream
    Prince Edward Island employers wishing to hire a potential new employee they have identified outside of Canada may do so through nomination via the Skilled Worker Stream.
    The applicant
    • Must have a full-time job offer from a Prince Edward Island employer at a NOC skill level 0, A or B.
    • Must have a valid work permit if currently employed by a Prince Edward Island employer.
    • Must have legal status in country of residence.
    • Must be able to attend an interview at Immigration Services, if required.
    • Must have completed post-secondary education with a minimum of 14 years of education.
    • Should be between 21 and 55 years of age.
    • Should have at least two years of full-time work experience within the past five years.
    • Must possess sufficient English and/or French language ability to perform the job offered by a Prince Edward Island employer.  Language ability can be verified by one of the following:
      • Internationally recognized language test, International English Language Testing System (IELTS), to a minimum equivalent of Canadian Language Benchmark Placement Test (CLBPT) CLBPT 5; or
      • Declaration of language ability from the Island employer offering the full time job; or
      • Educational/training documents from an internationally recognized institution, indicating the principal language studied/communicated was in English and/or French.
    • Must demonstrate sufficient settlement supports and financial resources, including transferable funds, in order for the applicant and family to pay the immigration costs and travel expenses to establish in Prince Edward Island.
    • Must demonstrate genuine intention to settle in Prince Edward Island
  • Critical Worker Stream
    Due to innovation and primary sectors need to skills and training that are not always available in Prince Edward Island’s or Canada’s labor pool, this stream is considered.
    The applicant
    • Must have a full-time job offer from a Prince Edward Island employer at a NOC skill level C or D in one of the following occupations: truck driver, customer service representative, laborer, food & beverage server and housekeeping attendant.
    • Must have worked a minimum of 6 months for the Prince Edward Island employer.
    • Must have a valid work permit.
    • Must have legal status in country of residence.
    • Must be able to attend an interview at Immigration Services, if required.
    • Must have completed a minimum of 12 years of education and received a high school diploma.
    • Should be between 21 and 55 years of age.
    • Should have at least two years of full-time work experience within the past five years.
    • Must possess sufficient English and/or French language ability to perform the job offered by a Prince Edward Island employer.  Language ability can be verified by one of the following:
      • Internationally recognized language test, International English Language Testing System (IELTS), to a minimum equivalent of Canadian Language Benchmark Placement Test (CLBPT) CLBPT 5; or
      • Declaration of language ability from the Island employer offering the full time job; or
      • Educational/training documents from an internationally recognized institution, indicating the principal language studied/communicated was in English and/or French.
    • Must demonstrate sufficient settlement supports and financial resources, including transferable funds, in order for the applicant and family to pay the immigration costs and travel expenses to establish in Prince Edward Island.
    • Must demonstrate genuine intention to settle in Prince Edward Island
  • International Graduate Stream
    The International Graduate Stream is employer driven and provides opportunity for Prince Edward Island employers to hire a recent graduate from a recognized accredited Canadian university or college.
    The applicant
    • Must have a full-time job offer from a Prince Edward Island employer at a NOC skill level 0, A or B.
    • Must have worked a minimum of 6 months for the Prince Edward Island employer.
    • Must have legal status in country of residence.
    • Must have a valid work permit.
    • Must be able to attend an interview at Immigration Services, if required.
    • Must have completed at least a two-year diploma or degree program while studying full time.
    • Must possess a valid diploma/degree from the recognized accredited Canadian University or College.
    • Must have graduated within the past two years from full-time study at an accredited Canadian University or College.
    • Should be between 21 and 55 years of age.
    • Must possess English and/or French language ability to perform the job offered by a Prince Edward Island employer
    • Must demonstrate sufficient settlement supports and financial resources, including transferable funds, in order for the applicant and family to pay the immigration costs and travel expenses to establish in Prince Edward Island.
    • Must demonstrate genuine intention to settle in Prince Edward Island
  • Family Connection Stream
    The Family Connection Stream strives to identify applicants that will help to grow Prince Edward Island economy, enrich their experiences and enhance cultural diversity.
    The applicant
    • Must provide documents showing the relationship to the close relative who is an established resident of Prince Edward Island and is willing and able to support the settlement and integration of the applicant in the province.
    • Must be a close relative defined as a son/daughter, step daughter/son, sister/brother, step sister/brother, sister in law/brother in law, aunt/uncle, niece/nephew, grandchild or first cousin to the champion.
    • Must have a full-time job offer from a Prince Edward Island employer; OR be able to demonstrate the capacity and intention to find full-time work in Prince Edward Island.
    • Must have legal status in country of residence.
    • Must be able to attend an interview at Immigration Services, if required.
    • Must have completed a minimum of 12 years of education and received a high school diploma.
    • Should be between 21 and 55 years of age.
    • Must have a minimum of one year of full-time work experience in the last five years.
    • Must possess English and/or French language ability to perform the job offered by a Prince Edward Island employer.
    • Where a job offer does not exist the applicant must produce an International English Language Testing System (IELTS)minimum test result of equivalent Canadian Language Benchmark Placement Test (CLBPT) CLBPT 4 in all four disciplines reading, writing, listening and speaking in order to be considered for nomination.
    • Must demonstrate sufficient settlement supports and financial resources, including transferable funds, in order for the applicant and family to pay the immigration costs, travel expenses and establish in Prince Edward Island.
    • Must demonstrate genuine intention to settle in Prince Edward Island.
Provincial Nominee Program helps employers meet their human resource needs for workers, by enabling them to recruit foreign workers and international students. Opportunities Ontario has a target of 1,000 nominations in 2012.
 

Employers

Companies applying to Opportunities Ontario must:
  • Have been in active business for at least 3 years (corporations, limited partnerships and sole proprietorships).
  • Have a minimum of $1,000,000 in gross revenue for the most recent fiscal year (for companies inside the Greater Toronto Area), or have a minimum of $500,000 in gross revenue (companies outside the GTA).
  • Have a minimum of 5 permanent full-time employees (for companies inside the Greater Toronto Area), or have a minimum of 3 permanent full-time employees (companies outside the GTA).
  • Have business premises in Ontario where the prospective nominee will work.

 

Foreign Workers

To be eligible to participate in Opportunities Ontario, you must have: 
  • legal status to be in Canada, if you are already working or visiting Canada;
  • A permanent full-time job offer for a position in an occupation that is designated as highly skilled (National Occupation Classification 0, A, or B) and has been approved by the Opportunities Ontario program;
  • Received an Employer Pre-Screen Approved Position Form, along with the Nominee Application package from an approved employer; and,
  • o At least two years of work experience in the intended occupation, or an appropriate license or registration in Ontario in a regulated profession.
 

International Students

If you are an international student who wants to live and work permanently in Ontario, you may be eligible through any of the following three streams, if you have following general conditions:
  • At least half of your studies must have been completed at a publicly funded Canadian college or university;
  • You must have completed at least a two-year diploma or degree program, while studying full-time; and,
  • One year post-graduate degree and certificate programs that require a previous degree are also eligible.
  • International Student With Job Offer Stream:
    If you are an international student with a permanent full-time job offer, you may be able to apply to Opportunities Ontario for nomination as a permanent resident, under this stream of the International Student Category.
  • International PhD Graduate Stream:
    If you are a graduate from a PhD program in one of Ontario’s publicly funded universities, you do not require a job offer to qualify for the program and may qualify under this stream of the International Student Category.
  • Pilot International Masters Graduate Stream:
    If you are a graduate from a Master’s program in one of Ontario’s publicly funded universities, you do not require a job offer to qualify for the program and may qualify under this stream of the International Student Category.
 

Investors

Endorsed and approved investments will receive nominee application packages for key positions for individuals recruited or relocated by companies making the investment in Ontario. These prospective nominees will need to meet the same eligibility criteria for foreign workers in the General Category; for example, nominee applicants will need to demonstrate at least two years of work experience in the intended occupation or proper registration in Ontario if they intend to work in a regulated occupation.
Investments are eligible when:
  • The size of the investment is at least $3,000,000;
  • At least five net permanent, fulltime jobs for Canadian citizens or permanent residents in Ontario will be created;
  • The investment is endorsed by an Ontario ministry; and,
  • The investment is not prohibited by federal law.

The Nova Scotia Nominee Program streams are open to qualified skilled workers and other immigrants who meet community needs.

 

Skilled Worker

For skilled workers who have a full-time job offer from a Nova Scotia employer
 

International Graduate

For international graduates who have a full-time job offer from a Nova Scotia employer and have been working for the employer for at least three months.
 

Community Identified

For individuals who have significant employment prospects, have a strong connection to a particular Nova Scotia community and have received a Letter of Identification from an Office of Immigration mandated organization.
 

Family Business Worker

For workers who have received a full-time job offer from a Nova Scotia business owned by a close relative.
The worker or the spouse must be related to the family business owner or spouse of the business owner in one of the following ways. The worker is the business owner’s (or a step or half-relative of the same degree):
  • Son or daughter
  • Brother or sister
  • Niece or nephew (children of brothers or sisters)
  • Uncle or aunt (parent’s brothers or sisters)
  • Grandchild
 

Non-Dependent Child of Nova Scotia Nominee

For individuals who are non-dependent adult children of Nova Scotia nominees who wish to enter the labor market and contribute to the economy of the province.
Parents / nominees need to meet all the following criteria in order for their non-dependent child to be eligible to apply under the Non-Dependent Child of Nova Scotia Nominee stream.
  1. You are a Canadian citizen or permanent resident of Canada
  2. You have been nominated under the Nova Scotia Nominee Program
  3. You are the parent of a child who was named in your original application to the Nova Scotia Nominee Program on the IMM 0008 Generic – Application for Permanent Residence in Canada form or on the IMM 5406 – Additional Family Information form.
  4. You have established a family residence in Nova Scotia within six (6) months of obtaining permanent resident status in Canada, and you have remained a resident of this province.
  5. For newly arrived immigrants, you have been a resident of Nova Scotia for at least three (3) consecutive months immediately before this application is submitted and are still residing in Nova Scotia at the time of the submission of the Nova Scotia Nominee Program application for the non-dependent child.
  6. You remain a resident of Nova Scotia throughout the application process and are still a resident of this province when your child arrives in Nova Scotia with permanent resident status.
Please note that as a nominee, if you have left Nova Scotia to live in another Canadian province, you are not considered a resident of Nova Scotia, and therefore your non-dependent child is not eligible to apply under this stream. The minimum three months residency period applies to nominees who have just obtained their permanent residence in Canada and have established a residence in Nova Scotia.
 

Agri-Food Sector

For immigrants who plan to establish a business in Nova Scotia in the agriculture sector for primary and/or value added production 
In this section the nominee must:
  • The applicant needs to have a minimum of three years’ experience in the past five years in farm ownership, farm management and practical farming experience with skills relevant to Nova Scotia farming conditions.
  • You, the applicant, must plan to establish a farm, purchase a farm or become partner in an existing farm business. If investing in an existing farm business, you must control at least 33.33% and take an active part in the operation of the business.
  • You will be required to demonstrate that you have a minimum personal net worth of $150,000 (after relocation in Nova Scotia – before the farm is purchased).
  • You will also be required to make a minimum investment of $100,000 in a new or existing farming operation in capital assets (land, machinery) or working capital.
  • You will submit a detailed agri-business plan with your application form
  • A qualifying farming business must demonstrate a minimum annual revenue of $10,000 CAD. Hobby farms are not eligible.
 

 

The Northwest Territories Nominee Program is an immigration program operated by the Government of the Northwest Territories (GNWT) through an agreement with Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC). It allows qualified individuals, business owners and Self-Employed professionals to obtain permanent residency in a shorter time than the regular process.

 

Skilled Worker

The Skilled Worker Category is an employer driven process that is intended for skilled occupations for which formal education and/or specialized training is required.  
 
The Employer must: 
  • Have a job vacancy; 
  • Identify a potential nominee; 
  • Be a registered business, industry association or a local, municipal, First Nation or Territorial government in the NWT that has been registered and operational for a minimum of one year; 
  • Provide proof that they have tried to recruit locally and nationally to fill the position using national advertising requirements; and, 
  • Obtain a Labor Market Opinion
  
A Human Resources Plan that verifies the need to fill the position with a nominee will be evaluated as an asset to the application.
 
The Offer of Employment must: 
  • Be for a permanent full-time position; 
  • Be in an occupation that falls into NOC Matrix Skill Levels O, A or B 
  • Not conflict with existing collective bargaining agreements; 
  • Comply with the NWT Employment Standards Act; and, 
  • Provide a comparable industry rate of pay.
 
The Nominee must: 
  • Have the required certification or accreditation for the specific trade or occupation; 
  • Be licensed or accepted by the Territorial body governing the occupation or trade, if applicable; 
  • Be able to conduct basic communications in either English or French, depending on the official language of the work place; and, 
  • Not be a refugee claimant.
 

Critical Impact Worker

The program is intended to assist NWT employers with critical labor shortages that cannot be filled by local residents.  This category is designed to increase the labor pool for entry level jobs (NOC skill levels C & D – see Appendix A) in the hospitality and service sector industry to address the critical need of semi-skilled workers in the NWT.   
Employees must have worked in the position for six months under a temporary foreign worker permit.
 
The Employer must: 
  • Have a job vacancy; 
  • Identify a potential nominee; 
  • Be a registered business, industry association or a local, municipal, First Nation or Territorial government in the NWT that has been registered and operational for a minimum of six months;  
  • Provide proof that they have tried to recruit locally and nationally to fill the position using nationally advertising requirements; 
  • Obtain a Labor Market Opinion; and, 
  • Be in good standing with the Employment Standards office. 
 
A Human Resources Plan that verifies the need to fill the position with a nominee will be evaluated as an asset to the application. 
 
The Offer of Employment must: 
  • Be for a permanent full-time position (minimum 30 hours per week); 
  • Be in an occupation that falls into skill level C or D of the NOC Matrix. These occupations usually require secondary school and/or occupation-specific training or on-the-job training; 
  • Not conflict with existing collective bargaining agreements; 
  • Meet the requirements of territorial employment standards; and,  
  • Provide a comparable industry rate of pay. 
 
The Nominee must: 
  • Have a temporary work permit and have worked in the same position for six months; 
  • Prove sufficient financial supports or settlement supports in the NWT;  
  • Have the required work experience for the specific occupation; 
  • Be able to conduct basic communications in either English or French, depending on the official language of the work place; 
  • Not be a refugee claimant.
 

Entrepreneur Business

Business projects will be considered a priority if they involve a product that is new to the NWT or if the product would generate significant benefits to the north.
 
The applicant must: 
  • Invest:
    • A minimum of $300,000 CDN equity into starting or buying a business within the corporate boundaries of Yellowknife, NWT;
    • A minimum of $150,000 CDN equity into starting or buying a business outside of the corporate boundaries of Yellowknife, NWT; 
  • Have a personal net worth of:
    • At least $500,000 CDN if starting or buying a business within the corporate boundaries of Yellowknife, NWT; 
    • At least $250,000 CDN if starting or buying a business outside the corporate boundaries of Yellowknife, NWT; 
  • Have an additional $75,000 kept in a trust account and released upon completion of a Performance Agreement based on a business proposal; 
  • Demonstrate a reasonable knowledge and understanding of NWT and its economy; 
  • Be able to demonstrate reasonable communication skills; and, 
  • Have the necessary experience and education to successfully implement the business plan.
 

Self-employed Business

This category applies only to self employed professionals. Professionals that will be employed by a business or other organization should refer to the Skilled Worker Program.  
 
The applicant must: 
  • Have a profession that is identified as a professional skill shortage; 
  • Satisfy any certification or accreditation requirements for the particular profession or occupation; 
  • Be licensed/accepted by the body governing the profession, if any; 
  • Demonstrate reasonable communication skills appropriate to the NWT; 
  • Demonstrate a reasonable knowledge and understanding of the NWT and its economy; 
  • Demonstrate that they have sufficient financial resources to start and operate the professional practice and to support themselves and any dependents for a period of six months; and, 
  • Submit a detailed business plan for the business or practice
The Newfoundland and Labrador Provincial Nominee Program (NLPNP) can provide an alternate and quicker entry into Canada. 
There are four categories under which you can apply:
 

International Graduate

You are eligible to apply under the International Graduate category if you:
 
  • Have completed at least half of your studies in Canada and have graduated from an eligible publicly funded Canadian college or university (students must send proof of graduation with their application);
  • Have completed a minimum of a two-year diploma or degree program, while studying on a full-time basis. One-year post-graduate degree programs and certificate programs which require a previous degree or diploma (which may have been obtained abroad), are also eligible.
  • Have a full-time job offer in your field of study, or a related field of study, from a Newfoundland and Labrador employer or have a proven attachment to the local labor market over at least a six-month period with a reasonable expectation for full-time employment;
  • Have applied to the NLPNP within two years of the date on which you received your degree or diploma.
  • Have legal status to work in Canada; that is to say, have a Citizenship and Immigration Canada Post-Graduate Work Permit.
  • Have the qualifications, training, skills, and accreditation required for the job;
  • Can demonstrate the intention and ability to settle permanently in Newfoundland and Labrador;
  • Have a job or job offer that has compensation in the form of a salary and benefits package that meets provincial employment standards and prevailing wage rates;
  • Have a job or job offer that has opportunity for advancement;
  • Have a job or job offer that does not contravene existing bargaining unit agreements or any employment disputes;
  • Can demonstrate that you have sufficient financial resources to successfully establish yourself and any dependents in Newfoundland and Labrador;
  • Can demonstrate sufficient English or French language capability to perform the employment duties. Your English language ability must be verified by one of the following:
    • An Affidavit of English Language Ability from a Newfoundland and Labrador employer who has offered you a full-time job; or
    • Education and/or training documents
You are not eligible for the International Graduate category if you:
  • Are a student who has not yet completed his/her studies;
  • Are a failed refugee claimant or a refugee claimant living in Newfoundland and Labrador;
  • Are a student who has studied in Canada under sponsorship from an agency or government that expects the individual to return to his/her country of origin once he/she has graduated;
  • Have intentionally misrepresented yourself in the application
  • Or any of your dependent family members (whether or not they are accompanying you) have a serious medical condition;
  • Or any of your dependent family members over the age of 18 (whether or not they are accompanying you) have a criminal record;
  • You have unresolved custody or child support disputes. You must have these issues resolved before starting the immigration process; or
  • Have intentionally misrepresented yourself in the application
If you lose or quit your job during the nomination process, you may lose your eligibility and your nomination and/or Permanent Residency application may be cancelled. If you are experiencing issues with your employment, contact your PNP Officer immediately.
Any activity potentially constituting fraud will be investigated and may result in criminal proceedings.
 

Skilled Worker

You are eligible for the Skilled Worker category if you:
  • Have a full-time job offer from a Newfoundland and Labrador employer, or a job or job offer that has compensation in the form of a salary and benefits package that meets provincial employment standards and prevailing wage rates;
  • Have a Citizenship and Immigration Canada Work Permit or is entitled to apply for one;
  • Have the qualifications, training, skills, and/or accreditation required for the job;
  • Can demonstrate the intention and ability to settle permanently in Newfoundland and Labrador;
  • Have a job or job offer that does not contravene existing bargaining unit agreements or any employment disputes;
  • Can demonstrate that you have sufficient settlement funds and financial resources to successfully establish yourself and any dependents in Newfoundland and Labrador;
  • Your employer (or future employer) can demonstrate a need for your skill set; and
  • Can demonstrate sufficient English or French language capability to perform your employment duties.
You are not eligible for the Skilled Worker category if:
  • You are a failed refugee claimant or a refugee claimant living in Newfoundland and Labrador;
  • You do not have a full-time job offer from a Newfoundland and Labrador employer (unless your employer can demonstrate a need for your skill set).
  • You or any dependent family member over the age of 18 (whether or not the are accompanying them) have a criminal record;
  • You have unresolved custody or child support disputes. You must have these issues resolved before starting the immigration process
  • You have intentionally misrepresented yourself in the application; or
  • If the employer has intentionally misrepresented themselves or you in relation to their role in business.
If you lose or quit your job during the nomination process, you may lose your eligibility and your nomination and/or Permanent Residency application may be cancelled. If you are experiencing issues with your employment, contact your PNP Officer immediately.
Any activity potentially constituting fraud will be investigated and may result in criminal proceedings.
 

Entrepreneur 

This program is currently under revision.
 

Family connection

The Family Connections category of the NLPNP is discontinued as of May 1, 2012.

The NBPNP is a provincial immigration program made possible through an agreement with the Government of Canada. As an economic program, the NBPNP selects, and nominates, qualified workers from around the world who will live in New Brunswick and contribute to the New Brunswick economy through full time ongoing employment.

 

Skilled Workers with Family Support

As a Skilled Worker Applicant with family support:
  • You are a close relative of the Family Supporter.
  • You are between 22 and 50 years of age. 
  • You have sufficient English and, or French language ability to settle in New Brunswick and fulfill your job duties in your intended occupation. 
  • You have the education, qualifications and, or licenses needed to settle in New Brunswick and fulfill your job duties in your intended occupation.
  • You will live and work in New Brunswick.
  • You have at least two years of continuous full-time work experience within the last five years, in your intended occupation in New Brunswick.
  • Your job is represented in one of the following National Occupation Classification (NOC) skill levels:
    • Skill levels O, A, B 
    • Skill level C, Category 1, 3, 7, 8, 9
    • Skill level D, Category 1, 3, 7, 8, 9 
  • You will submit all required forms and supporting documents.
  • You have the funds to settle in New Brunswick.

Business

As a Business Applicant: 
  • You are between 22 and 50 years of age. 
  • You have sufficient English and, or French language ability to actively manage a business in New Brunswick.
  • You have, at a minimum, been awarded a high school diploma for education completed after junior/middle school and before college, university and other formal training. 
  • You will live, and operate a business in New Brunswick. 
  • You have relevant and proven management experience in three of the last five years.
  • You demonstrate an understanding of the business environment in New Brunswick. 
  • You will prepare a business plan of economic benefit to New Brunswick. 
  • You have a personal net worth of at least $300,000 CAD.
  • You will submit all required forms and supporting documents. 
  • You will submit a signed copy of the Deposit Agreement and a conditionally refundable deposit of $75,000 CAD, prior to nomination. 
  • You score a minimum of 50 points in the selection factors. 
 

 

You are eligible to apply as a priority applicant if you meet one of options A, B, C or D.
  • A. You are currently working in Manitoba as a temporary foreign worker with a valid temporary work permit and have been working for at least six months.
  • B. As an International Student you graduated from a publicly funded Manitoba post-secondary institution in at least a one-year program for which you received a certificate, diploma or degree, you have an offer of a long-term, full-time job from a Manitoba employer and have been working in that job at least six months with a valid post-graduation work permit.
  • C. You have been invited to apply under a Strategic Initiative.
  • D. You have a strong connection to Manitoba through having family who live in the province, and you meet the following five factors.
  1. Age 
    You are between 21 and 49 years old.
    People in this age range can manage the cultural, linguistic and economic challenges involved in moving to work in a new country, including the possible need to retrain or pass rigorous certification or licensing processes for some jobs.
  2. Education 
    You completed secondary (high) school and have at least one year post-secondary education or training for which you earned a post-secondary diploma or degree.
    People who have completed some post-secondary education can better meet the qualification requirements of Manitoba employers and adapt to the changing demands of the workplace.
  3. Work Experience 
    You have at least two years of full-time work experience in the past five years.
    Having recent employment helps ensure that you have the skills and experience that are in demand in Manitoba, helping you find a job in your intended occupation and increasing your potential for long-term career success.
  4. Language Ability
    You completed your secondary and post-secondary education in English or French, or scored at least 5 on an International English Language Testing System (IELTS) test. (New language requirements)
    The experience of many thousands of people from around the world who have moved to Manitoba through the MPNP shows that the key challenge of immigrants is they needed better English language skills.
    Having at least this level of English, and being willing to improve your language skills, will help you get a good job, participate in training and licensing or certification programs that will help you meet the occupational demands and get ahead in the Manitoba workplace.
  5. Adaptability
    With your application you must submit a Settlement Plan that explains the steps you will take to establish your career and your home in Manitoba and have your plan endorsed by a close relative who has lived in Manitoba as a permanent resident for at least one year.
    Settling in Manitoba as a permanent resident will take a period of adjustment. You need to be able to support yourself and your family during that time. Having the (non-financial) support of family who live in Manitoba will increase your potential for success.
 
Another way to apply as a priority applicant is through the Provincial Nominee Program for Business
 
To qualify for the program interested applicants must have:
  • Minimum verifiable personal net worth of CDN$350,000
  • Demonstrated business or farm ownership experience or a minimum of 3 years experiences in a senior management role of a successful company
The applicant must also be prepared to:
  • Conduct an Exploratory Visit to Manitoba to be able to provide documented assessment of business opportunities in Manitoba and general knowledge of the province.
    Please see the Guide to Applying for an Exploratory Visit to Manitoba.
  • Make an Eligible Business Investment in Manitoba
  • Reside in Manitoba along with their dependent family members
The other way is Provincial Nominee Program for Young Farmers
 
To qualify under this program applicants must meet the following requirements:
  • Have a minimum personal net worth of CDN$150,000 (after relocating to Manitoba)
  • Make a minimum amount of equity investment of CDN$150,000 in Manitoba
  • Principal applicant must be under 40 years of age.
  • Have a minimum of three (3) years of farm ownership experience, or three (3) years farm management background.
  • Principal applicant (and/or spouse) has marketable skills that would supplement farm income.
  • Have conducted a visit to Manitoba for a minimum of seven (7) days to investigate farming opportunities and Manitoba's quality of life prior to applying.
The applicant must also be prepared to:
  • Conduct an Exploratory Visit to Manitoba to be able to provide documented assessment of farm business opportunities in Manitoba and general knowledge of the province.
    Please see the Guide to Applying for an Exploratory Visit to Manitoba.
  • Make an Eligible Business Investment in Manitoba
  • Reside in Manitoba along with their dependent family members
  • Able to demonstrate that the combination of farm income and off-farm supplementary income will provide a family after tax income, in excess of $35,000.00 per year.
 

 

The British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program (BC PNP) accelerates the Permanent Resident application process for skilled and/or experienced workers, experienced business persons and their family members who want to settle in BC permanently. The most important programs for immigration in this province are:

  • Strategic Occupations
    • Skilled Workers
      Managers, professionals, technologists and technicians, skilled trades
    • International Graduates
      Recent graduates of recognized Canadian post-secondary institutions
    • International Post-Graduates Pilot Project
      Recent BC masters and doctorate graduates in natural, applied and health sciences
    • Designated Health Professionals
      Registered nurses, midwives, registered psychiatric nurses, and physicians
    • Entry Level and Semi-Skilled
      Select occupations in tourism/hospitality, food processing, and long-haul trucking. For positions in the Northeast Development Region, the Northeast Pilot Project expands the ELSS to include all NOC C and D occupations.
    • Basic Requirements
      • The nominee applicant intends to settle in BC
      • The nominee applicant has the ability to become economically established in BC
      • If the nominee applicant is currently in Canada, they must maintain legal immigration status throughout the process and must not be subject to a removal order.
      • The nominee applicant does not have an active refugee claim
      • If the nominee applicant is currently outside Canada, they must not be prohibited from entering Canada and must have legal status in the country in which they are currently residing
      Except for the International Post-Graduates Pilot Project, the following requirements cover all categories:
      • The employer has offered, and the nominee applicant has accepted permanent and full-time employment in an eligible occupation
      • The nominee applicant is qualified to do the job
      • The wage offered is competitive with BC wage rates for the occupation
      • The nominee applicant’s occupation offers good long-term prospects
      • The employer is financially sound, with a history of good workplace and business practices, has been operating in BC for at least one year (two years for an Entry Level and Semi-Skilled employer) and currently has at least five permanent full-time employees, or full-time equivalents (three if located outside of Metro Vancouver)
      • The nominee applicant may not own 10% or more of the supporting employer company
      • The employment of a foreign worker will be of significant economic benefit to BC
      • The employment of a foreign worker will not adversely affect the settlement of a labor dispute, or the employment of anyone involved in any such dispute
      • The employer has actively recruited locally to fill the position
  • Business Immigration
    The BC PNP nominates for permanent residence potential immigrants who:
    • Have the ability to establish themselves successfully in BC and
    • Develop and actively manage a business that will provide significant economic benefits to the
    • province
    The BC PNP provides opportunities for business immigration in three categories:
    1. Business Skills
    2. Regional Business
    3. Strategic Projects
       
    • Basic Requirements
      The basic criteria for consideration under all three of the business categories relates to business:
      • The primary purpose of the business is to earn profits from active income from the supply of products/services;
      • The business' sustained commercial viability must be probable;
      • The business must provide economic benefit to BC by contributing to one of the following:
        • Increasing the exports of goods/services;
        • Increasing value-added manufacturing,  processing, or primary resource activity;
        • Increasing BC tourism;
        • Increasing research and development and technology commercialization;
        • Creating innovative approaches to traditional businesses;
        • Servicing an under served regional market;
        • Transferring skills, technology, and know-how to BC;
        • Succession plan buy-outs where eligible businesses are purchased from retiring owners.
    • Business Skills
      Applicants for nomination in the Business Skills category will be required to:
      1. Make a personal investment of at least $400,000 CAD to establish or to purchase and expand an eligible business anywhere in BC
      2. Create at least three new jobs in the business for Canadians or permanent residents, except when the applicant is applying as a regional Succession Plan Buy-out which reduces this requirement by one job for each existing job to be maintained.
      3. Own at least one third (33 1/3%) of the equity of the business.
      4. Provide active and on-going participation in the day to day management and direction of the business.
      5. Demonstrate that they have:
        • The skills and experience necessary to establish and operate a commercially viable business in BC
        • A personal net worth of at least $800,000 CAD obtained from legal sources
        • Sufficient unencumbered personal funds to make the required investment and
        • A viable business proposal
      6. Sign a performance agreement with the Province of British Columbia.
      7. Sign a deposit agreement with the Province of British Columbia, if they are seeking a fast track nomination.
         
      • Fast Track Option
        The fast track option offers immediate nomination for permanent residence. In return, you will be required to make a conditionally refundable $125,000 CAD deposit with the Province of British Columbia. The deposit will be refunded (without interest) when you have met the terms of conditions of your performance agreement and deposit agreement.
      • Principal Applicants and Key Staff
        Principal applicants in Business Skills category may include one foreign, key staff essential to the proposed business as a co-applicant for nomination, but must still create three jobs for Canadians or permanent residents.
    • Regional Business
      Applicants for nomination in the Regional Business category will be required to:
      1. Make a personal investment of at least $200,000 CAD to establish or to purchase and expand an eligible business anywhere in BC outside of the Vancouver metropolitan area and the Abbotsford metropolitan area .
      2. Create at least one new job in the business for a Canadian or permanent resident, except when the applicant is applying as a regional Succession Plan Buy-out.
      3. Own at least one third (33 1/3%) of the equity of the business.
      4. Provide active and on-going participation in the day-to-day management and direction of the business.
      5. Demonstrate that they have:
        • The skills and experience necessary to establish and operate a commercially viable business in BC
        • A personal net worth of at least $400,000 CAD obtained from legal sources
        • Sufficient unencumbered personal funds to make the required investment; and
        • A viable business proposal.
      6. Sign a Performance Agreement with the Province of British Columbia.
      7. Sign a Deposit Agreement with the Province of British Columbia if they are seeking a Fast Track nomination.
         
      • Fast Track Option
        The Fast Track option offers immediate nomination for permanent residence, in return for which you will make a conditionally refundable $125,000 CAD deposit with the Province of British Columbia. The deposit will be refunded (without interest) when you have met the terms of conditions of your Performance Agreement and Deposit Agreement.
      • Principal Applicants and Foreign Staff
        Applications in the Regional Business category are limited to principal applicants. Foreign key staff cannot be included as co-applicants for nomination
    • Strategic Projects
      The Strategic Projects category assists foreign-controlled companies establishing an eligible business in BC, strategic to their core business activities, with the timely entry of foreign key managerial, professional or technical staff, up to a maximum of 5 per company, who intend to become permanent residents of Canada and settle in BC.
      Companies applying in this category will be required to:
      1. Make a minimum equity investment of $500,000.
      2. Create at least three jobs for Canadian citizens or permanent residents in BC for each Key Staff proposed by the Sponsor Company.
      3. Demonstrate a record of good business practices and successful business operations outside of Canada that are relevant to the proposed business.
      4. Establish or purchase and expand an eligible business anywhere in BC
      5. Incorporate a Canadian subsidiary or register an extra-provincial company in BC to operate the proposed business.
      6. Demonstrate that the Key Staff are qualified senior personnel who are essential to establishing or expanding and operating the proposed business in BC
      7. Sign a Performance Agreement with the Province of British Columbia.
         
      • The fast track option is NOT available to nominee candidates in the Strategic Projects category

The Alberta Immigrant Nominee Program is designed to support Alberta's economic growth by attracting work-ready immigrants to the province. The most important programs for immigration in this province are:

Skilled Worker

You are a foreign worker and have a permanent, full-time job offer from an Alberta employer in a skilled occupation. You should be in Management, have a university degree or a college or apprentice training.

Semi-Skilled Worker

You are a foreign worker and have a permanent, full-time job offer in an eligible semi-skilled occupation, which would include specific training, or on the job training from an Alberta employer only in the following industries:

  • Food and beverage processing industry
  • Hotel and lodging industry:
    • Food and beverage servers and room attendants
    • Front desk agent/clerk
  • Manufacturing industry
  • Long-Haul Trucking industry
  • Food services industry (pilot project)

Trades Person

You are a tradesperson who has an Alberta Qualification Certificate in a Compulsory or Optional Trade

Engineer

You are an engineer, designer or drafter with Alberta work experience

Farmer

You are a farmer who wants to come to Alberta to establish or purchase a farming business

Coming soon.

To apply under the Provincial Nominee Program, applicants must be nominated by a Canadian province or territory. The criteria for provincial nomination are determined by the individual provinces and territories.

Many Canadian provinces have created specific skilled worker programs for those intending to live and work in their particular province or territory.

To get more information on PNP programs, please check province specific pages below:

To qualify as an Entrepreneur, an individual must have a net worth of at least CAD$300,000, have managerial experience in a business that they either owned or controlled, and be willing and able to establish or acquire a business in Quebec which will create at least one incremental job in Quebec.

To qualify as an entrepreneur, an individual with a net worth of at least CAD$300,000 and be willing and able to establish, invest in or acquire a business in Canada which will create or maintain employment in Canada.

Coming soon.

Coming soon.

Coming soon.

 

The Quebec Immigration selection system for Quebec Skilled Workers is designed to indicate which applicants are likely to become economically established upon immigration to Quebec. The good pint about this category is that an applicant can qualify under any occupation under the Quebec Skilled Worker category. Currently, all occupations are open and a job offer from a Canadian employer is not required to be eligible.

Applicants who are successful under the Quebec Immigration selection system are issued a Quebec Selection Certificate, followed by a Canadian Permanent Resident (Immigration) Visa.

To qualify for a Quebec Selection Certificate, Skilled Worker / Professional applicants must score enough points under the Quebec Immigration selection system below. A single applicant must score at least 49 points based on the criteria below. An applicant with a spouse or common-law/conjugal partner must score at least 57 points.

To qualify as an investor, an individual must have a net worth of at least CAD$1.6 million, have managerial experience and be willing to make a government-secured investment of CAD$800,000 for a period of 5 years. Financing of this investment is available through Canadian financial institutions.

To qualify as an investor, an individual must have a net worth of at least CAD$1.6 million, have managerial experience and be willing to make a government-secured passive investment of CAD$800,000. Financing of this investment is available through Canadian financial institutions


If you are looking to make an investment or to start/acquire a business in Canada, there are several avenues for you to choose from. You can either apply under the federal program or, if you know which province/territory in which you plan to reside, you can make your business immigration investment through one of the provincial business immigration programs.

Federal Investor Immigrant program

To qualify as an investor, an individual must have a net worth of at least CAD$1.6 million, have managerial experience and be willing to make a government-secured passive investment of CAD$800,000. Financing of this investment is available through Canadian financial institutions. Read More

Quebec Investor Immigrant Program

To qualify as an investor, an individual must have a net worth of at least CAD$1.6 million, have managerial experience and be willing to make a government-secured investment of CAD$800,000 for a period of 5 years. Financing of this investment is available through Canadian financial institutions. Read More


As your Canadian immigration legal representative, Ali Mokhtari and his team will provide you with customized solutions for your Canadian and US immigration needs. We have the expertise to find you the most efficient road to Permanent Residency and/or Citizenship in Canada and USA.

By implementing practical and creative solutions on the basis of solidly grounded expertise and experience, Canpars Immigration Services Inc attracts clients from all around the world who are accustomed to expect success. Our mission is not reached by gaining your Permanent Residency and/or Citizenship in Canada, we think about your success in new land.

Contact us today to find out how you can benefit from our advice and /or If you are not sure that you qualify for Canadian or USA immigration, complete our free online assessment. It will only take a couple of minutes and we will provide you with your eligibility report in less than 48 hours.

 

Montreal Downtown office 

1980 Sherbrooke W, Suite710,

Montreal, Quebec, Canada, H3H 1E8

Tel: 1(514) 700-2612

 Fax: 1 (514) 900-2908

 

Vancouver office:

2030 Marine Drive, Suite 430,

North Vancouver, BC, V7P 1V7

Tel: 1(778) 4008787

 

Tehran Office:

Tel: 0098-21-88208420

 

Direct line from other cities:

Toronto: 1 (289) 7800757

 

   

You can also reach us by email at: info@canpars.ca

 

In order to qualify for a Canada Immigration (Permanent Resident) Visa, Canadian Federal Skilled Worker (Professional) applicants must:

  • Have at least one year of continuous full-time or equivalent paid work experience in the past 10 years in one of the 29 qualifying occupations; or Qualify for Arranged Employment with a full-time permanent job offer from a Canadian employer.
  • In addition, Canada Federal Skilled Worker (Professional) applicants must attain at least 67 points based on Citizenship and Immigration Canada's (CIC) immigration selection factors.
  • Finally, apart from the above criteria, applicants must show that they have sufficient settlement funds to support themselves and their dependents after arrival in Canada.

Skilled workers are assessed based on their ability to become economically established upon immigration to Canada. In this case applicants are assessed based on their education, work experience, age, language skills, etc. Each of these factors has their own points.

Federal Skilled Worker Program

In order to qualify for a Canada Immigration (Permanent Resident) Visa, Canadian Federal Skilled Worker (Professional) applicants must:

  • Have at least one year of continuous full-time or equivalent paid work experience in the past 10 years in one of the 29 qualifying occupations; or Qualify for Arranged Employment with a full-time permanent job offer from a Canadian employer.
  • In addition, Canada Federal Skilled Worker (Professional) applicants must attain at least 67 points based on Citizenship and Immigration Canada's (CIC) immigration selection factors.
  • Finally, apart from the above criteria, applicants must show that they have sufficient settlement funds to support themselves and their dependents after arrival in Canada.

Read More

Quebec Skilled Worker Program

The Quebec Immigration selection system for Quebec Skilled Workers is designed to indicate which applicants are likely to become economically established upon immigration to Quebec. The good pint about this category is that an applicant can qualify under any occupation under the Quebec Skilled Worker category. Currently, all occupations are open and a job offer from a Canadian employer is not required to be eligible.

Applicants who are successful under the Quebec Immigration selection system are issued a Quebec Selection Certificate, followed by a Canadian Permanent Resident (Immigration) Visa.

To qualify for a Quebec Selection Certificate, Skilled Worker / Professional applicants must score enough points under the Quebec Immigration selection system below. A single applicant must score at least 49 points based on the criteria below. An applicant with a spouse or common-law/conjugal partner must score at least 57 points.

Read More


Canpars is offering other services such as:

1- After Landing Pick up and accomodation

2- Special Services for Medical Graduates and Nurses

3- Different Limited Consulting Services

and more ... 

Canpars has provided numerous educational programs for prospective immigrants as well as new comers who need to improve their skills including and not limited to:

1 - Offering French language courses for professionals helping them to pass OQLF in Montreal
2 - Organizing several seminars and workshops in Montreal
3 - Helping students to get admission from universities and colleges

Click here to read more about CanPars educational services.

If you need to work, study, Visit or even do business without becoming a Green Card holder, we offer one of the following services:

1- E-2 Treaty Investor Visa

2- Students and exchange visitors

3- Visitor Visa to visit a family member

 

Click here to read more about CanPars educational services.

Looking to visit Canada temporarily for work, study or tourism? You have the following options:

1- Obtaining a Study Permit to study at a Canadian University or College

2- Obtaining a Work Permit to work as a temporary worker

3- Obtaining Visitor Visa to see your relatives or just for tourism

4- Obtaining Super Visa if your child or grandchild is living in Canada

 

looking to immigrate to the United States of America as a permanent resident? Canpars can help you to get your Green Card under one of the following programs:

1- U.S. Investor Immigrant Program (EB-5)

2- Employment Based Permanent residency (EB-1, EB-2, EB-3)

3- Family Based Permanent Residency

Looking to immigrate to Canada and receive permanent residency? You need to be eligible in one of the following programs:

1- Investor Immigrant Programs

2- Skilled worker Programs

3- Entrepreneur Programs

4- Provincial Nominee Programs

5- Self Employed Programs

6- Sponsorship Programs

Quebec is Canada's largest province by area and second most populous province.

CanPars offers a full range of services for immigration to Quebec. Some of our services are:

All about Quebec Investor Program

All about Quebec Investor Program

۱۸ فروردين ۱۳۹۵ - In this video Ali Mokhtari talks about the Quebec Investor Program and clarify all the aspects of it. The presentation is in Persian language. ...
What happens if you do not meet your residency obligations

What happens if you do not meet your residency obligations?

۱۸ فروردين ۱۳۹۵ - In this video Ali Mokhtari the manager of Canpars Immigration Services Inc. will explain what would be your situation if you do not maintain your residency obligations. In other word what if you do not spend 730 days in Canada in last five years. The video is in Persian language. ...

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