This seems to be an excellent opportunity for those who love adventure in work, and that to in Canada. So, what you need to do is make an application for a Canada visa to open up a new business enterprise in Saskatchewan.
Feel interested in this idea? Don’t wait. Just rush to make your application for Canada immigration to make the best of this rare opportunity of working in Canada.
The fee will be charged from immigrant entrepreneurs in Canada (Saskatchewan) from October, 2010 onwards.
The latest step is being introduced to ensure that only those immigrants who have real interest in establishing a business in Saskatchewan are able to apply for Canadian immigration under this category, Rob Norris, Minister for Advanced Education, Employment and Labor stated.
Norris maintained that there were several applicants who were found to be applying for a Canadian business visa just to see how things move about.
Meanwhile, he clarified that the introduction of special fee of $2,500 for establishing a business in Saskatchewan is, in no way, a hindrance for the genuine applicants seeking a Canadian business visa.
The fee, added Norris, is just a sort of commitment from the aspiring immigrant entrepreneurs in Saskatchewan.
However, many immigrants in Canada are finding it tough to go with this offer.
One such immigrant entrepreneur in Canada who has just opened up a restaurant in Saskatoon, Canada is Ernesto Hernandez. Hailing from El Salvador, Hernandez has named his restaurant EE Burrito in Saskatoon (Canada). He feels that introduction of fee for setting up a business is quite an insensitive act on the part of the Canadian government.
Hernandez clarified that this will only make things difficult for immigrants in Canada since opening up a business in Canada would mean shelling out $10,000 to $15,000.
Saskatchewan government’s assistant deputy minister for immigration services, Rupen Pandya, has meanwhile, called justified the fee saying entrepreneurs have a lot of money.