Owner/Operator Program - A pathway for permanent residency of Canada for business persons & investors
Source: ME NewsWire , Author: Posted by BI-ME staff
Posted: Sat December 17, 2016 10:37 am

UAE. --(ME NewsWire)-- Canada is a sought-after destination for investors, business persons and senior management professionals. Pulsating economy, high employment rate, relaxed immigration rules, faster visa processing are just some of the features of Canadian immigration.

For all those who are looking to settle down and invest in Canada have the excellent lifetime opportunity to invest in some of the best sectors through the Owner/Operator Program.

The Canada Owner/Operator Program helps to obtain work permits for owners of a business seeking to acquire an existing business or those looking to start up a new business in Canada. For this purpose, a work permit is obtained to allow the business owner to establish or operate the business in Canada, as well as to oversee its operation.

The government of Canada has made an important change to the owner/operator category of foreign workers who wish to work in Canada. Foreign owner/operators must now own more than 50 percent of the business in order to qualify for an exemption from the advertising requirements that are typically a prerequisite for a Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA) application.

It is an excellent program through which an individual lands in Canada and gets a chance to invest and start working as an owner of a business. Once the work permit is obtained, there are pathways available to apply for permanent residency under various Federal and Provincial Nominee Programs.

“One of the primary advantages is that these applications can be approved relatively quickly, which will allow the Owner/Operator and his or her family members to live and work in Canada. Unlike other business programs offered by the provinces and territories that place a heavy emphasis on language abilities in either English or French, there are no set language requirements,” said Lt. Col. B.S. Sandhu (Retd.), Chairman & Managing Director, WWICS Group.

The key sectors for investing in business include Healthcare, Hospitality, Transportation, Retail, Building & Infrastructure, Import & Export, Information Technology, Franchise Business, Manufacturing, Wholesale Trade and many others.

For business persons and investors who are in the lookout for investing and resettling in Canada, WWICS serves on the platter, a composite program with unique features that have always been in the check list of intelligent businessmen.

WWICS has been assisting potential business persons, investors and senior management professionals in expanding their business horizon and thus, yielding enormous returns by taking their business overseas, especially in Canada.

The company has a global presence with offices in Canada- Toronto, Australia- Sydney, United Kingdom – London, UAE- Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Sharjah, QATAR- Doha, Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman- Muscat, Kenya- Nairobi, Iran - Tehran, and Morocco - Casablanca, along with 18 offices in India.




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