You should be able to communicate in English, French, or both through proof from Citizenship and Immigration Canada.

The owners of the business can be up to 5 people(with family), but each must own at least 10% of the voting shares. Also, the owners must have more than 50% of voting rights jointly.

You must have sufficient funds to support any individuals immigrating to Canada alongside the applicant. Remember that no funds can be borrowed.

You must have an investment of $200,000 CAD from an accredited venture fund or $75,000 from a designated angel group. You need not meet the capital requirements if the business is accepted into a listed incubator/accelerator program.

The ability to communicate and work in English, French or both languages will help your business succeed in Canada.You must meet the minimum level of the Canadian Language Benchmark (CLB) 5 in either English or French in all of these four areas:(Accepted IELTS,TOFL ) speaking, reading, listening, writing

Bring enough money to settle

The Government of Canada does not give financial support to new start-up visa immigrants.

When you apply, you'll need to give proof that you have the money to support yourself and your dependants after you arrive in Canada. You can't borrow this money from another person.

The amount you need depends on the size of your family. We update these amounts every year.

12960$/year, For each additional family member $3,492


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