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Canada is one of the best countries to live in the world due to its excellent quality of life. The federal government has implemented different ethnic diversity policies, which can help new migrants to easily adapt to Canadian culture.

There are many immigration programs in Canada, most of them can be divided into federal nomination and provincial nomination programs (PNP). For PNP, each provincial government will invite suitable applicants according to their needs. With reference to the immigration levels plan, the federal government intends to continue to attract overseas elites to Canada in the future. The immigration quota will increase to approximately 400,000 per year in the coming 2 years, and a series of pilot programs will also be launched in order to solve the problem of insufficient labor in some regional areas in Canada. 

Immigration is one of the most important decisions in life, requiring thorough planning, careful consideration, and a sound understanding of the relevant immigration laws. With our team of  Consultants, immigration professionals who are familiar with local immigration laws, and our dedicated partners across the globe, we can tailor-make the most suitable and thoughtful solutions for our clients.


Why Canada?

  • Most livable cities: According to Global Livability Index conducted by the Economist Intelligence Unit in 2020, Calgary was voted as the world’s fourth most livable city; while Vancouver ranked as sixth and Toronto was ranked as eighth.
  • One of the most powerful passport globally: According to the 2020 Q4 Henley Passport Index, Canadian passports ranked as the world’s ninth most powerful passport in the world. There are 183 countries Canadian passport holders can visit without a visa.
  • One of the most potential for economic development globally: With reference to the 2020 Global Cities Outlook conducted by Kearney, Toronto ranked as second globally, which climbed nine spots compared to 2019.
  • Advanced education system: The Canadian government encourages universal territory or higher education. According to the 2019 education ranking conducted by the USNews, Canada education system ranked third in the world.
Canada Immigration Program
Pathways for Hong Kong Residents

In June 2021, the Canadian Immigration Bureau launched two special pathways for Hong Kong citizens to apply for permanent residence in Canada.
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Study Permit

Studying abroad is one of the main ways to immigrate to Canada. After completing college studies in Canada, students can apply for a graduate work visa to stay and work in Canada.
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Canada Startup Visa Program (SUV)

The Start-up Visa program was launched in 2013. The purpose of this program is to attract qualified immigrant entrepreneurs to start their business and spur economic growth of Canada. The mandatory requirement is relatively lower than other business programs and the visa application processing time is generally shorter. The applicant must demonstrate that they are innovative applicant and obtain the letter of support from a designated organization. 
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B.C. Provincial Nominee Program

British Columbia has always been a popular destination for immigrants. With reference to the Global Livability Index conducted by the Economist Intelligence Unit in 2020, Vancouver was voted as one of the 10 most livable cities in the world. The province’s entrepreneur nomination program has been divided into two streams: basic and regional pilot categories. The entrepreneur stream is for experienced entrepreneurs who want to operate their business in different communities across BC and have a positive influence in the labor market.
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Ontario Provincial Nominee Program

Ontario is Canada’s most populous province. It is also one of the best places to do business in the world. In order to attract more highly skilled technology talents to start their business in Ontario, the investment amount could be lower if the proposed business is in the ICT sector, or locates outside the Greater Toronto Area.
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PEI Provincial Nominee Program

Prince Edward Island is one of the four provinces located on the Atlantic coast. It is also the smallest province of Canada in terms of land area and population. PEI entrepreneur stream does not set requirements for business turnover and job creation for immigrant entrepreneurs. The mandatory requirement of this stream is the lowest among all provinces.

Besides, the investment amount of this program is only CAD$150,000, which is the lowest investment amount among all provincial entrepreneur streams of Canada.
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New Brunswick Provincial Nominee Program

New Brunswick is one of the four provinces located on the Atlantic coast. In order to attract more investors and business immigrants, On January 13 2021, the mandatory requirements and investment amounts of the New Brunswick entrepreneur stream are lower compared to those of the previous.
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Self-Employed Persons Program (SEP)

This is an immigration pathway for self-employed professionals in art, culture and athletics fields. The purpose of this program is to attract foreign professionals who have relevant experience and have the intention and ability to continuously be self-employed and to make a significant contribution in Canada.
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Investor Program QIIP

The Quebec Immigrant Investor Program (QIIP) was first launched in 1986 and it is the only passive investment migration program available in Canada. 

*This program is currently suspending the acceptance of applications until April 1, 2023 or further notice.
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Federal Skilled Worker Program

Express Entry was originally launched by IRCC in 2015. Skilled applicants can obtain a score according to different factors by using the Comprehensive Ranking System. Qualified applicants can receive an Invitation to Apply (ITA) issued by IRCC.
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Family Sponsorship - Spouse

The Canadian government allows Canadian citizens and permanent residents who are in a relationship with a foreign national to sponsor that person to join them and become a permanent resident of Canada. Canada aims to welcome over 400,000 new immigrants per year. 
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Family Sponsorship - Parents/Grandparents

PGP (Parents & Grandparents) Program lets citizens and permanent residents of Canada sponsor their parents and grandparents to come to Canada. The program allows PR or TR visa applications.
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Basic Info of Canada

  • Population

    Canada has a population of approximately 38 million. The open immigration policy is the main reason for the huge increase in the Canadian population in recent years. Some areas such as Ontario and Alberta have the most significant population growth.

  • Geography

    Canada is located in the northern part of North America and is the second largest country in the world. Canada is composed of 10 provinces and 3 territories: the 10 provinces are Ontario, Quebec, Scotia, New Brunswick, Manitou, British Columbia, Prince Edward Island, and Saskatoon Chevan, Alberta and Newfoundland and Labrador; the three territories are Yukon, Northwest Territories and Nunav.

  • Language

    English and French are the official languages of Canada.

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