Canadian immigration reflects a liberal attitude towards the entry of foreigners. Each year, Canada welcomes hundreds of thousands of people as visitors, students, workers, and permanent residents.
Despite Canada’s generous intake of temporary and permanent entrants each year, thousands of applicants are rejected (often permanently) or delayed sometimes for years. Frequently, applicants meet all of the requirements to enter Canada, but experience rejection or delay because their applications were completed improperly. Unfortunately, failed applicants often do not realize, or are not told that there are appeal mechanisms or other resources open to them that may remedy their unsuccessful attempts to enter Canada.
It is essential to try to avoid entering the application backlog. There are currently over one million applications for Canadian immigration waiting to be processed. This backlog will take years to get through.
Canadian immigration laws, regulations and policies are complex. People often make crucial mistakes while attempting to navigate through the Canadian immigration system. In addition, the immigration and visa officers who assess immigration applications have wide discretionary powers to determine which applications will succeed and which applications will fail. It is the applicant’s responsibility, or that of their representative, to convince the decision-maker that the application should succeed. This can be a very difficult task.
Canadian Federal Business Immigration
A qualified lawyer will review each applicant’s skills and qualifications in assessing whether the applicant fits within one of these three business classes of immigration.
For people willing to make an investment into Canada or to own and manage a business in Canada, there are three special Federal programs which allow for the entry and settlement in Canada for themselves and their families.
There are three categories under the Federal Business Immigration Program: