Who qualifies for Self-employed immigration to Canada
When you immigrate to Canada as a self-employed artist or athlete you need to prove you meet the requirements of this program. The three basic criteria include valid experience, intent and ability to start your self-employment in Canada and significant contributions to the Canadian economy. The current video explains these criteria.
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- Qualifying Period Self-employed Immigration Canada
- Immigration to Canada for Athletes, Coaches, and Athletic Events Organizers
- Immigration to Canada for Artists, Performers, and Self-employed People in Cultural Activities
- Minimum Income Self-employed Immigration Canada
- CANADA IMMIGRATION 2020
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