Canada – Quebec
Canada is not only the second largest country in the world, but also one of the wealthiest. Canada is also regularly voted as one of the best places to live with its high quality of life, tolerant culture, openness, healthy living environment and low crime rate. The country also meets the needs of a residence with an excellent lifestyle & high quality education system.
The right to immigrate and reside in Canada is provided for in the Immigration & Refugee Protection Act of 2002 (IRPA), and related provisions under the Act. These regulations are intended to address specific requirements for immigrants to Canada under different categories/cases.
The province of Quebec, together with the Canadian federal government, selects immigrants who are individuals who want to settle down and settle down in Quebec under the Agreement between Quebec and the federal government in 1991. Quebec also has immigration programs. province in accordance with the Immigration Law of Quebec and the provisions under the Act. However, individuals selected under any of the Province of Quebec’s programs can come and reside in any other Canadian province of their choice.
Quebec Immigrant Investor Program
- Net worth of at least CAD 2 million accumulated through legitimate business activities, which may include gifts and inheritance at least 6 months prior to the submission date
- Passive investment 100% guaranteed by investing CAD 1,200,000 in government bonds for 5 years (no interest) or a non-refundable investment of CAD 350,000
- Have 2 years of management experience in a period of 5 consecutive years prior to the date of application, at an eligible enterprise in the following areas: Legal business enterprise in the agricultural, commercial or industrial sector; International office, government, industry or agency. Applicant’s experience must be related to the planning, management & control of financial, human & material resources – excluding experience gained from apprenticeships, internships or any professional experience other obtained from part of studying at university
- Legitimate business that employs at least 2 full-time employees (excluding applicants)
- No criminal record
- Residency: After receiving the Permanent Resident Card, must maintain permanent residence in Canada for at least 2 years out of 5 years to maintain lawful residence status.