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Who can apply to immigrate with a Start-up Visa - Canada.ca

https://www.canada.ca/en/immigration-refugees-citizenship/services/immigrate-canada/start-visa/eligibility.html

Before you can apply for the Start-up Visa Program, you must have the support of
a designated organization. These are business groups that have been approved
to invest in or support possible start-ups. If a designated organization decides to ...

IMM 0008 E : Schedule 13 - Business Immigration Programs - Start ...

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SCHEDULE 13 - BUSINESS IMMIGRATION PROGRAMS -. START-UP
BUSINESS CLASS. It is important that you make a careful assessment before you
apply because you must pay certain fees, one of which is non-refundable (the
processing fee) even if your application is refused. Before you start completing
this form, ...

Invest or support a start-up (Designated organizations) - Canada.ca

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Nov 15, 2017 ... Designated organizations are business groups that have been approved to
invest in or support possible start-ups. Organizations choose which business
proposals to review. If one decides to review yours, it will assess the potential of
your proposal and whether or not it will succeed. Each organization has ...

If I have a start-up visa, what happens if my business fails?

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If I have a start-up visa, what happens if my business fails? Failure of your
business will not affect your permanent resident status. We recognize that not
every business will succeed and this program is designed so that the risk is
shared between the public and private sector. Was this answer useful? Yes No.
Thank you for ...

Start-up Visa Program - Canada.ca

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Apr 13, 2017 ... Canada's Start-up Visa Program targets immigrant entrepreneurs with the skills
and potential to build businesses in Canada that: are innovative; can create jobs
for Canadians; can compete on a global scale. Do you have an innovative
business idea? If you can get support for your idea from one of the ...

Start-up visa

http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/helpcentre/results-by-topic.asp?st=6.3.5

Jan 5, 2018 ... What is the difference between obtaining support from angel investors, venture
capital funds and business incubators? Who will review my application for a start-
up visa? Are the eligibility criteria for the start-up visa different if I get support from
angel investors, venture capitals or business incubators?

Indigenous entrepreneur | BDC.ca

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Indigenous Entrepreneur Loan. Get the capital you need to start a business or
scale up. You can access financing for up to $250,000 for existing businesses
and up to $150,000 for start-ups, whether your operations are on or off reserve.
Benefits for your business. Flexible repayment terms to protect your cash flow.
Flexible ...

How can I qualify to get a Start-up Visa?

http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/helpcentre/answer.asp?qnum=645&top=6

Your application to come to Canada through the Start-up Visa program will be
assessed on a pass/fail basis. Four requirements must be met. You must : have a
Letter of Support from a designated angel investor group, venture capital fund or
business incubator; meet the ownership requirements for a qualifying business;
get ...

Business Start-ups, Expansions and Modernizations

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Feb 18, 2015 ... Business Start-ups, Expansions and Modernizations. How can the Atlantic
Canada Opportunities Agency (ACOA) help? ACOA's interest-free repayable
assistance can help cover up to 50 per cent of the eligible start-up, working
capital and capital costs of a new establishment, modernization or expansion ...

Canada Business Network: Home

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We provide resources and information to help Canadians get their businesses
going and growing. ... Learn about how and why you could turn your existing
enterprise or new business idea into a tool for the greater good in Nova Scotia. ...
Find government programs and financing to help start or grow your business.

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