Business PNP streams for International graduates in Canada

Business PNP streams for International graduates

Canada’s immigration goals are the most ambitious of any major country on the planet. Canada plans to attain this goal in part by attracting international students and keeping a large number of international graduates through programs tailored to international students. The Post-Graduation Work Permit, Express Entry, and several PNP alternatives for international graduates are all available to skilled employees. If you wish to start a firm, become an entrepreneur, or work in the business world after graduating from university in Canada, you should look into the PNP business immigration streams, which are developed exclusively for international graduates.

 

Pilot program for International Student Entrepreneurs in Manitoba

You are between the ages of 21 and 25, have finished a full-time post-secondary education programme in Manitoba for at least two years, and have a CLB 7 or better language proficiency. You must also have lived in Manitoba following graduation, want to settle in Manitoba, and have a valid post-graduate work permit. In Manitoba, you must have a business plan for your company. There is no criteria for a minimum investment or net worth, but you must control at least 51 percent of the company. To be considered for nomination, you must have operated the business on a work permit for at least six months.

 

International Graduate Entrepreneur from Nova Scotia

You must own at least one-third of a company in Nova Scotia and have at least one year of continuous management experience. You must have finished a full-time course of at least two years at a Nova Scotia institution or Nova Scotia Community College. You must have a post-graduation work permit and CLB 7 or better language skills. If you meet these requirements, you may be eligible for PR as an entrepreneur through Nova Scotia’s provincial nomination process.

 

International Graduate Entrepreneur in Saskatchewan

You attended and completed a full-time course in Saskatchewan for at least two years. You have a valid PGWP that is still valid for at least 24 months. You have a CLB 7 or better language proficiency. Before applying, you must own at least one-third of a business in Saskatchewan and have operated it for at least one year. If you are the sole employee of your company, your minimum revenue must be more than Saskatchewan’s Low Income Cut Off. If the company hires more workers, the company’s minimum income must meet the cost of paying the National Job Bank’s prevailing salaries.

 

International Graduate Entrepreneurial Stream in Alberta

You must have finished a two-year full-time study programme in the province, have a Post-Graduation work permit that is valid for at least two years, and have CLB 7 or better language skills.You must either start a new business or take over an existing one in Alberta and own a minimum of 34% of the company. There is no minimum investment requirement, however if you invest $75,001 or more, you will receive the highest score in the points grid.Six months of full-time work experience managing or operating a business is required.

 

International Graduate Entrepreneur from Newfoundland

The Newfoundland programme, like the other PNP entrepreneur streams for international graduates, has no minimum investment or net worth requirements.Applicants must have completed a two-year full-time course at Memorial University or the College of the North Atlantic. You must have a PGWP, have CLB 7 or better language skills, and be at least 21 years old.You must own at least one-third of a Newfoundland firm and have at least one year of active management experience. You can either start a new business or take over an existing one in the province, and you must create at least one new employment.

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