Canada Immigration

A self-employed person is a foreign national who has relevant experience and has the intention and ability to be self-employed in Canada and to make a significant contribution to cultural activities, athletics or the purchase and management of a farm in Canada.

To be a member in the self-employed class, the applicant must have a minimum of two years of experience in cultural activities, athletics, or the purchase and management of a farm, during the period beginning five years before the date of application for a permanent resident visa and ending on the day a determination is made in respect of the application, consisting of

  1. In respect of cultural activities,

    • Two one-year periods of experience in self-employment in cultural activities,

    • Two one-year periods of experience in participation at a world class level in cultural activities, or

    • A combination of a one-year period of experience described in clause (A) and a one-year period of experience described in clause (B),

  2. In respect of athletics, 

    • Two one-year periods of experience in self-employment in athletics,

    • Two one-year periods of experience in participation at a world class level in athletics, or

    • A combination of a one-year period of experience described in clause (A) and a one-year period of experience described in clause (B), and

  3. In respect of the purchase and management of a farm, two one-year periods of experience in the management of a farm.

To see if you qualify, please fill out our immigration questionnaire for a free assessment (FORMAT NEEDED)

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Immigration Consultant

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