Entrepreneur Immigration to Canada – Business Immigration

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If you want to immigrate to Canada, consider Business Immigration. If you have experience as a business owner or manager, you may be able to buy a business that is already established and immigrate to Canada. There are multiple businesses in Canada for purchase, including those from retiring business owners.

Advantages to buying a business that is already established include:

  • Owning a business that is already operating in Canada

  • Owning a business that is established in the province/region

  • Being your own boss and not relying on another company or boss for work

  • Benefiting from clientele that already frequent the business

  • Expansion and growth opportunities for the business

You need to consider the following under this plan:

  • Determine your skills, experience, and background

  • Determine the business you want to buy and operate

  • Determine that it is a viable business and that you have a long-term plan to operate the business successfully

  • Determine if you have the funds or investment to purchase the business

  • Determine if the business can employ Canadians or Permanent Residents

  • Determine if the business will continue to contribute to the Canadian economy

You may be able to apply for a temporary Work Permit while qualifying to immigrate to Canada and buy an established business.

Business Immigration can help you qualify to immigrate to Canada and become a Permanent Resident.

Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program

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The Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program or AIPP is a Canadian program, now permanent, that helps employers in Atlantic Canada fill job positions with skilled international workers or graduates. This immigration program will help the economies of the Atlantic provinces and works alongside the Provincial Nominee Programs in this region of Canada. Polinsys can represent potential immigrants for Canadian immigration at the federal and provincial levels and with Canadian employers.

To apply for this program, you need the following:

  • approval from Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada

  • provincial endorsement letter from an Atlantic province

  • offer of employment from an employer in Atlantic Canada

  • educational credential evaluation

  • language test and results

  • resume or letters of recommendation from previous employers if applying as a skilled worker (not needed for graduate program)

  • resettlement funds

  • payment of fees

A skilled worker and his/her family may apply through this program to immigrate to Canada. While an application is being processed, the potential immigrant may be able to apply for and receive a temporary work permit, and a spouse may be able to apply for and receive an open work permit.

The program provides a path to Permanent Residence for these potential immigrants. Fill in the form below, and let Polinsys help with your immigration to Canada.

Canadian Immigration & Recruitment Services for Foreign Residents

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If you are a foreign national living outside Canada and would like to approach Immigration related services through employer-driven pathways (Work Permit, regular or pilot Immigration programs), Please watch these long videos and sign up for a Zoom meeting. Watch these videos on this page, watch the videos on the fees page, fill the forms below and attend the Zoom meeting and you will be on your way.

We have seen certain individuals from overseas saying the videos and contracts are too long for them to read. Immigration is a highly participatory process and if you do not have the time to read contracts on the terms of the relationship between Polinsys and our client, please do not sign up with Polinsys. When Polinsys and other Canadian recruiters represent Polinsys International clients(residents outside Canada), they must understand the structure of the Canadian system and must be in compliance with the contracts they sign and must honour them.

Immigration is a life-changing experience and we have provided these long videos to ensure our clients understand what the process involves. Please invest the time to understand and sign up for the FREE zoom meeting. These videos are long, but it is your future you are talking about and is well worth the time you must invest in. Please make sure you watch the videos below and follow this link and understand fully what our fees entail.

This first video is about the general understanding for Hello Canada program

This video is for the approaches for International residents (people residing outside Canada)

How does Polinsys work? Polinsys has a global operational structure and you must watch this video to understand its working!

 

International worker recruitment:
Now, if you want to proceed with this program, and hire Polinsys a Canadian Corporation to represent your Canadian interests, please fill the form below and submit it. If you want to know about (risk) fees you have to pay for you to prepare for Immigration and Employment, Click here!.
Want to know more about Canadian recruitment and Canadian jobs related to your experience? Fill this form and receive clear instructions and information on Canadian Jobs and Canadian recruitment. The Student Herald is a Canadian recruiter and we do not charge for any Canadian recruitment services. Provide us with your information by filling the form below and we will update you on opportunities. You will also be invited to attend a Free group event to discuss Canadian employment opportunities frequently.

The above form is for a Hello Canada Enquiry for attempting employment-driven Immigration pathways. We will have you on our database and provide you with meeting updates based on your submission. WE do NOT evaluate applicants for the program based on your submission unless you are a Polinsys client. Please come for the Zoom meeting at 9am Toronto time every Tuesday by clicking on this link at the specified time to gain entry into the zoom meeting!

If you are here for general enquiry beyond the Hello Canada program, please fill the form below with your questions!

Canadian Immigration & Recruitment Services for Canadian Temperory Residents

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If you are a Canadian temporary resident living in Canada and would like to approach Immigration related services through employer-driven pathways (Work Permit, regular or pilot Immigration programs), Please watch these long videos and sign up a Zoom meeting. Watch these videos, fill the forms below and attend the Zoom meeting and you will be on your way.

Immigration is a life-changing experience and we have provided these long videos to ensure our clients understand what the process involves. Please invest the time to understand and sign up for the FREE zoom meeting. These videos are long, but it is your future you are talking about and is well worth the time you must invest in. Please make sure you watch the videos below and follow this link and understand fully what our fees entail.

This first video is about the general understanding of the Hello Canada program

This video is for the approaches for Canadian Temporary residents (people residing in Canada)

How does Polinsys work? Polinsys has a global operational structure and you must watch this video to understand its working!

International worker recruitment:

Want to know more about Canadian recruitment and Canadian jobs related to your experience? Fill this form and receive clear instructions and information on Canadian Jobs and Canadian recruitment. The Student Herald is a Canadian recruiter and we do not charge for any Canadian recruitment services. Provide us with your information by filling the form below and we will update you on opportunities. You will also be invited to attend a Free group event to discuss Canadian employment opportunities frequently.

The above form is for a Hello Canada Enquiry for attempting employment-driven Immigration pathways. We will have you on our database and provide you with meeting updates based on your submission. WE do NOT evaluate applicants for the program based on your submission unless you are a Polinsys client. Please come for the Zoom meeting at 9am Toronto time every Tuesday by clicking on this link at the specified time to gain entry into the zoom meeting!

If you are here for general enquiry beyond the Hello Canada program, please fill the form below with your questions!

Canadian Immigration & Recruitment Services for Atlantic Temporary Residents

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If you are an Atlantic Resident living in the Atlantic region of Canada on a temporary status and would like to approach Immigration related services through employer-driven pathways (Work Permit, regular or pilot Immigration programs), Anyone living in the Atlantic region as a temperory resident for over a year, your PR pathway could include opportunities without work experience. Please watch these long videos and sign up to attend a Zoom meeting. Watch these videos, fill the forms below and attend the Zoom meeting and you will be on your way.

Immigration is a life-changing experience and we have provided these long videos to ensure our clients understand what the process involves. Please invest the time to understand and sign up for the FREE zoom meeting. These videos are long, but it is your future you are talking about and is well worth the time you must invest in. Please make sure you watch the videos below and follow this link and understand fully what our fees entail.

This first video is about the general understanding of the Hello Canada program

This video is for the approaches for Atlantic residents (people residing in the Atlantic region of Canada)

How does Polinsys work? Polinsys has a global operational structure and you must watch this video to understand its working!

International worker recruitment:

Want to know more about Canadian recruitment and Canadian jobs related to your experience? Fill this form and receive clear instructions and information on Canadian Jobs and Canadian recruitment. The Student Herald is a Canadian recruiter and we do not charge for any Canadian recruitment services. Provide us with your information by filling the form below and we will update you on opportunities. You will also be invited to attend a Free group event to discuss Canadian employment opportunities frequently.

The above form is for a Hello Canada Enquiry for attempting employment-driven Immigration pathways. If you studied and lived in the Atlantic region as a Temperory resident for over a year, you could qualify to apply for Permanent residence without work experience. Please come for the Zoom meeting at 9am Toronto time every Tuesday by clicking on this link at the specified time to gain entry into the zoom meeting!

If you are here for general enquiry beyond the Hello Canada program, please fill the form below with your questions!

Hello Canada Fixed Fee for International Applicants

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What our fees entail?

Hello Canada International clients may opt fixed fee option because it is the most economical and it is set up in a way that it is a self-help structure based on minimal support levels. This fee structure is ideal for people from developing nations where a fee based on work may be too expensive. Please watch the video and read these materials and understand the reasoning of the fee so that you can have a clear understanding of the service offered.

For an employer to be comfortable to consider you for employment, you would be better off being immigration ready, meaning you have done your IETLS exams and you have completed your credential evaluation and compiled all your documents. Some International applicants take several months to get all this ready and Canadian Employers may not wait for that long for you to join. If you require training in Interview attendance and motivation, you will be required to pay $330 for an Interview Prep and follow-up by Polinsys personnel who can prepare you for the first 3 employer interviews. If you have the experience to attend interviews yourself and are successful in doing so, please do not sign up for this additional support.

What is the Hello Canada fixed fee and what does it entail?

The first fee is $295 USD which we call the Standard Immigration preparedness fee.  This is preparing for Permanent Residence. You will be required to sign a contract for us to begin work and it is referred to as Immigration Preparedness Contract.

This fee will allow us to evaluate the requirement and provide you with a document list which you will have to complete and upload on our online portal. We will only require digital copies at this point. We would expect you to upload all the documents in a reasonable time without us having to follow up. After all you and only you can provide us with the required documents. This fixed fee service allows for the following hours of work:

10 hours of Documentation Personnel work
2 Hours of Administration work
.30 minutes of Authorized Representative review work.

It is in your interest to provide us with your documents on time and do not allow us to constantly follow up. Also, when contacting us, please consolidate all your questions and complete your list of questions in one communication rather than through multiple communications.

Once you have completed your preparedness, you will then go to the next step and pay for the Canadian team to start their coordination and set up for passing your resume to the recruiter and representing you with the recruiter and employer. Now is the time to pay your Hello Canada Preparedness Fee of CAD 250. You will be required to sign a contract before we begin work and it is referred to as Hello Canada Preparedness Fee. For international applicants, there is NO point in approaching employers unless you are immigration-ready. Hello Canada Preparedness Fee is a fixed fee based on average time taken. It allows for 1 hour of client coordination time. Coordination time is typically internal and our constant representation with the recruiter. International applicants may pay the Hello Canada Preparedness fee and the Resume Critiquing fee together so that Resume Critique may be completed soon.

$500 CAD Resume Critique:

Our standard Resume Critiquing costs $150, however, when it comes to Hello Canada, it costs $500 because it includes the following:

Initial Resume Critiquing is to use it to apply for jobs in Canada (Done by your coordinator). This will be evaluated by Polinsys as well as The Student Herald. It must match NOC codes to ensure job titles and job descriptions are in line with the Canadian NOC’s
Final Resume critiquing is for it to be used for Permanent Residence based on Immigration (Done by your Canadian Immigration team before PR submission). If for your bad luck, you do not find a job in Canada, you will obtain a $250 refund.

Resume Critiquing is important because resumes will have to meet immigration requirements. Please do NOT misunderstand resume critiquing with resume designing. Resume Critiquing is done because your resume will be distributed to employers in Canada and if your resume is passed on to the Immigration department for some reason, and it does not conform with the NOC codes in relation to Job Titles and Job Descriptions, your Permanent Residence or Work Permit may be irrevocably denied.

Before you sign up, please understand the following:

This fee does NOT include unlimited support including follow-ups or updates. If you need all that, you need to pay a fee for any additional support. WE at times encounter clients demanding follow-ups OR constant updates. Please understand that we do not follow up or update unless there is a reason to do so. We offer 1 hour of personal updates for the entire $250 Hello Canada preparedness and any additional requests will be billed at $36/Hr. Please watch these 4 videos before you sign up for the Hello Canada Program because our service is based on the hours spent on your file and is not unlimited.

Our Hello Canada fixed fees are structured in such a way that those of you who need constant updates and feedbacks, should pay for such service. Polinsys deals with a lot of professionals who take little time to be serviced and understand that when you get a job and if the employer hires you, Polinsys will notify the client. If the employer does not select the candidate, we move on. Sometimes employers take time to decide and by which time, if Polinsys receives numerous follow-up emails about updates, then you will have to pay for the additional support.

Typically, if employers are willing to interview an applicant, the Hello Canada program would assist an applicant for up to 3 interviews after targeting 10 employers over a 2 year period. This period is extended to 3 years during the COVID period for anyone who has signed up before June 30, 2021.

International applicants once selected should pay for local Work Permit representation and also deposit the Permanent Residence Representation fees into trust account. Please take a moment to watch the two videos below about fees!

What our fees entail?

Hello Canada Fixed Fee for Canadian Temperory Residents

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Polinsys Hello Canada clients have the option to choose our fixed fee option because it is the most economical and it is set up in a way that it is a self-help structure based on minimal support levels. This fee structure is ideal for people from developing nations where a fee based on work may be too expensive. Please read this message and watch the videos and understand the reasoning of the fee so that you can have a clear understanding of the service offered.
Being a Canadian Resident and having the status to work in Canada, you do not have to wait for a job search and you can pay the Immigration Preparedness fee and your resume critiquing fee and allow the recruiter to find a genuine job from a designated employer. If you require training in Interview attendance and motivation, you will be required to pay $330 for an Interview Prep and follow-up by Polinsys personnel who can prepare you for the first 3 employer interviews. If you have the experience to attend interviews yourself and are successful in doing so, please do not sign up for this additional support.
The first fee is $295 USD which we call the Standard Immigration preparedness fee. This allows you to become a Polinsys client which will allow us to set you up with the recruiter for a designated employer job search. This fee also takes care of preparing you for Permanent Residence. You will be required to sign a contract for us to begin Immigration related work and it is referred to as Immigration Preparedness Contract.
After you have gotten into a job and about 6 months later, you may contact Polinsys to prepare you for permanent residence. This fee will allow us to evaluate the requirement and provide you with a document list which you will have to complete and upload on our online portal. We will only require digital copies at this point. We would expect you to upload all the documents in a reasonable time without us having to follow up. This fixed fee service allows for the following hours of work:
• 10 hours of Documentation Personnel work
• 2 Hours of Administration work
• .30 minutes of Authorized Representative review work.
It is in your interest to provide us with your documents on time and do not allow us to constantly follow up. Also, when contacting us, please consolidate all your questions and complete your list of questions in one communication rather than through multiple communications.
$500 CAD Resume Critique:
Our standard Resume Critiquing costs $150, however, when it comes to Hello Canada, it costs $500 because it includes the following:
• Initial Resume Critiquing is to use it to apply for jobs in Canada (Done by your coordinator). This will be evaluated by Polinsys as well as The Student Herald. It must match NOC codes to ensure job titles and job descriptions are in line with the Canadian NOC’s
• Final Resume critiquing is for it to be used for Permanent Residence based on Immigration (Done by your Canadian Immigration team before PR submission). If for your bad luck, you do not find a job in Canada, you will obtain a $250 refund.
Resume Critiquing is important because resumes will have to meet immigration requirements. Please do NOT misunderstand resume critiquing with resume designing. Resume Critiquing is done because your resume will be distributed to employers in Canada and if your resume is passed on to the Immigration department for some reason, and it does not conform with the NOC codes in relation to Job Titles and Job Descriptions, your Permanent Residence or Work Permit may be irrevocably denied.
Before you sign up, please understand the following:
Our Hello Canada fixed fees are structured in such a way that those of you who need constant updates and feedbacks, should pay for such service. Polinsys deals with a lot of professionals who take little time to be serviced and understand that when you get a job and if the employer hires you, Polinsys will notify the client. If the employer does not select the candidate, we move on. Sometimes employers take time to decide and by which time, if Polinsys receives numerous follow-up emails about updates, then you will have to pay for the additional support.

Unlimited Service time offered by ‘FAKE CONSULTANTS’ overseas does not apply with legitimate Canadian Corporations where fees are charged by the hour of service and for flat fee service offered for Developing Nations is based on average hours and may be cheaper with limitations.

When hiring a legitimate Canadian Corporation for representing your Immigration Interests, our flat fee option is for representing our clients with the Canadian Government or Canadian Employers and follow up with clients on a needs basis ONLY. Foreign applicants, if they are used to unlimited service offered by ‘FAKE CONSULTANTS’ overseas cannot expect the same from a Canadian Corporation. Please keep in mind that all Canada Immigration matters come under the sole sovereign legal jurisdiction of Canada.

Hello Canada Fixed Fee for Atlantic Temperory Residents

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Polinsys Hello Canada clients have the option to choose our fixed fee option because it is the most economical and it is set up in a way that it is a self-help structure based on minimal support levels. This fee structure is ideal for Atlantic residents. Please read this message and watch the videos and understand the reasoning of the fee so that you can have a clear understanding of the service offered. If you completed a 2-year study program in an Atlantic Province, then you are in the right place.

Being an Atlantic Resident and having the status to work in Canada, you do not have to wait but try to get employment with a designated employer right away. You may pay the Immigration Preparedness fee and your resume critiquing fee and allow the recruiter to find a genuine job from a designated employer.

The first fee is $295 USD which we call the Standard Immigration preparedness fee. This allows you to become a Polinsys client which will allow us to set you up with the recruiter for a designated employer job search. This fee also takes care of preparing you for Permanent Residence. You will be required to sign a contract for us to begin Immigration related work and it is referred to as Immigration Preparedness Contract.

After you have gotten into a job and about 6 months later, you may contact Polinsys to prepare you for permanent residence. This fee will allow us to evaluate the requirement and provide you with a document list which you will have to complete and upload on our online portal. We will only require digital copies at this point. We would expect you to upload all the documents in a reasonable time without us having to follow up. This fixed fee service allows for the following hours of work:

10 hours of Documentation Personnel work
2 Hours of Administration work
.30 minutes of Authorized Representative review work.

It is in your interest to provide us with your documents on time and do not allow us to constantly follow up. Also, when contacting us, please consolidate all your questions and complete your list of questions in one communication rather than through multiple communications.

$500 CAD Resume Critique:

Our standard Resume Critiquing costs $150, however, when it comes to Hello Canada, it costs $500 because it includes the following:

Initial Resume Critiquing is to use it to apply for jobs in Canada (Done by your coordinator). This will be evaluated by Polinsys as well as The Student Herald. It must match NOC codes to ensure job titles and job descriptions are in line with the Canadian NOC’s
Final Resume critiquing is for it to be used for Permanent Residence based on Immigration (Done by your Canadian Immigration team before PR submission). If for your bad luck, you do not find a job in Canada, you will obtain a $250 refund.

Resume Critiquing is important because resumes will have to meet immigration requirements. Please do NOT misunderstand resume critiquing with resume designing. Resume Critiquing is done because your resume will be distributed to employers in Canada and if your resume is passed on to the Immigration department for some reason, and it does not conform with the NOC codes in relation to Job Titles and Job Descriptions, your Permanent Residence or Work Permit may be irrevocably denied.

Before you sign up, please understand the following:

Our Hello Canada fixed fees are structured in such a way that those of you who need constant updates and feedbacks, should pay for such service. Polinsys deals with a lot of professionals who take little time to be serviced and understand that when you get a job and if the employer hires you, Polinsys will notify the client. If the employer does not select the candidate, we move on. Sometimes employers take time to decide and by which time, if Polinsys receives numerous follow-up emails about updates, then you will have to pay for the additional support.

Recruitment support

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Hello Canada Recruitment Support for Foreign Nationals

Form to start Recruitment efforts with Canadian Employers
  • You can find your Polinsys client ID just above your name in any of the Polinsys payment confirmations sent to your email ID.
  • It is common that emails go into the spam folder if we are not listed as your contact. Polinsys emails are time-sensitive and you may miss some of our emails to spam if you do not add us to your contact list. Please include support@polinsys.ca under Polinsys Limited in your contacts and please include your coordinator's name under his/her name
  • It is important for us to know whether you are willing to work anywhere in the Atlantic region. The possibility of employment increases based on your flexibility. If you are ONLY willing to work in cities, please mark 'NO' to this question.
  • If you do not have any experience, please say 'Not Applicable'
  • Certain jobs in remote areas will require a driver's licence to drive from place of work to home. Employers may be more interested in employees who will be punctual to arrive at work in their own vehicle when public transport is not available.
  • You agree that by selecting an employer, you will attend all online interviews scheduled by the employer on a mutually agreed on time. You will show up online for the interview appropriately dressed with reliable data allowing you to have an uninterrupted interview with the Canadian Employer. You agree that a no-show would result in no further complimentary recruitment service.
  • You agree that if an employer has selected you and has provided you with an offer letter, and after finalizing on the job, you sign and agree to begin work, and then decide not to join and is a no show for the 1st day's work because you changed your mind', we will no longer offer any further complimentary recruitment service.

Saskatchewan Immigration Programs

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Saskatchewan is a province in the central part of Canada. The Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program is the way to immigrate to Canada and live in the province of Saskatchewan. In order to qualify for this program, you need to be registered with Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) first.

The SINP will nominate candidates based on eligibility requirements.

The International Skilled Worker category is for skilled workers who want to immigrate to Saskatchewan and are living abroad or are already living in Canada. There are three ways to do this:

  1. Employment Offer – have a job offer for a skilled job in the province of Saskatchewan

  2. Occupation In-Demand – do not have a job offer in Saskatchewan but are highly skilled in a high-demand occupation in the province

  3. Saskatchewan Express Entry – do not have a job offer in Saskatchewan but are in the IRCC Express Entry pool of applicants

You must have the following to apply:

  • express interest in living and working in Saskatchewan

  • have a valid Express Entry Number and Job Seeker Code

  • have a minimum of 60 points in the SINP system

  • have a degree equivalent to at least one year of Canadian education

  • have appropriate work experience in your degree field

  • have funds for resettling and a plan

  • pay the fee of $350 (subject to change)

There are also immigration options for those who already live and work or are students in Saskatchewan.

The higher the score, the better your chances of being nominated for immigration under the SINP.

See what Saskatchewan offers you to help you become a Permanent Resident in Canada!