Wed. Feb 26th, 2020
To apply for the Start-up Visa Program, you have five essential conditions that you need to meet- Validate that a specified organization supports your business. These are Canadian venture capital companies, angel investor groups and company incubators that need to give a letter of support to you. To seek assistance, you need to contact them directly. State that the specified organizations that support you hold at least 50% of the voting rights in the company and that you own the remaining 50% of the voting rights, each with at least 10% of the voting rights, together with a maximum of 4 other persons. Prove you are meeting the minimum language requirements, either in English or in French. In all of these four fields, you will meet the minimum standard of the Canadian Language Benchmark (CLB) 5-  speaking, reading, listening and writing. You can read more about the French exam and the necessity of the English language on the Canadian Government website.... Read More
In one way, an ITR filing history is not an essential document to be produced during the visa application process. However, one may note that it acts as a value-added supporting document leaving a positive impact on the visa-issuing officials and increases the chances of visa approval. ITR filing history and good tax filing record also help you in various other ways such as bank loan approval, Home buying and such others.... Read More
Though World Education Services (WES) is a well established and reputed organization, there are a few more platforms designated by the IRCC to provide the certificate evaluation services to the Canadian immigrants. Let’s have a look at such platforms.... Read More
The 189 visa allows potential workers to live and work in any part of Australia. If your occupation is listed on Australia’s Skilled Occupations List, you are eligible for a Subclass 189 visa.  You need to complete a skill test and be sponsored by a family member or an employer or nominated by the territory government or state government.... Read More