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Business Immigration Assessment

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Determining whether you qualify

Complete this short assessment form to see if you qualify for a Canadian business/entrepreneur program. We will review and get back to you!

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Canadian immigration entrepreneur program

The Canadian immigration Entrepreneur Program is designed to attract experienced entrepreneurs who intend to own and actively manage a business in Canada. This Canadian immigration program aims to grow the Canadian economy while also creating new jobs for Canadian citizens and Canadian permanent residents.

Business owners

Immigrants in Canada account for 33% of all business owners with paid staff, and 25% of workers in our health sector are immigrants.

Immigration Law Lawyers

Marvin Geekie
Associate Counsel
Clarissa Lester
Associate
Jasmine Somal
Associate

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January 27, 2023 A recent Express Entry draw indicates that Canada intends to invite more skilled immigrants this year than in previous years. Carly Perryman, paralegal for the Immigration Team at FH&P, explains that process and the increased opportunity from the latest draw.

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Reviewing New Federal Regulations for Foreign Buyer Ban

January 13, 2023 The Foreign Buyer Ban is now in effect in Canada and the federal regulations have been released to further clarify the exemptions. Associate Jasmine Somal and Carly Perryman, paralegal for the Immigration Team at FH&P, review those regulations and provide an update on those impacted by the new Ban.

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Law Talk Podcast Tackles The Foreign Buyer Ban

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