Business Immigration to Canada? Your Clients Need a Business Plan

Business Plans for Provincial Nominee Programs (PNP) and Federal Programs

When your clients want to come to Canada as a Business Immigrant or entrepreneur, they must have a business plan that complies with provincial or federal requirements. We have worked with many different immigration lawyers and immigration consultants and have prepared dozens of provincially required PNP business plans for their client in addition to numerous plans for applicants under the various federal programs.

Every province that has a Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) has its own criteria and specifications for business plans or business establishment plans that meet their needs. When a PNP business plan is submitted to the appropriate provincial office, the officers make sure that the business plan meets their standards. If any details are missed or the plan is not of the right quality, the application will be rejected.

Many provinces are moving to point-based systems. We understand these systems and know how to get maximum points for your clients. We work with immigration consultants and immigration lawyers to make sure that the PNP business plan complies with all provincial requirements and gets the maximum points possible for the applicant AND their business. The business plan will also help your clients run a profitable business.

Of course, in addition to business plans for PNP programs, we also write business plans for Canadian federal immigration programs, such as Intra Company Transfer (ICT) and for the Federal Self Employed Persons programs.

I’m Barry Sharp, President of this Canadian business planning firm, and I know that we will custom-build you a business plan that will work for your clients, for the PNP office and for federal immigration applications. We have been writing business plans since 1981 and have worked for years with the various provincial and federal programs. We have never had an immigration business plan rejected, so we are very confident that our business plans will be approved.

Building real business plans for real people.