British Columbia Self-employed Immigration Lawyer
Are you a farmer, an entertainer or a world-class athlete? Then you may qualify for admission to Canada under the narrowest class of potential immigrants.
The Canadian Business Class Self-employment Category
People with farm management experience or those who participate at a world-class level in cultural activities or athletics, may be eligible to be admitted to Canada under the self-employment category.
Applicants are assessed under a point system that involves such criteria as experience, age, education, language abilities, and existing connections with Canada. Applicants and their family members, like all immigrations streams, must also pass a medical exam and obtain police certificates.
The self-employed program is the most unusual — and perhaps the most difficult — program under which to gain admission to Canada. Nonetheless, there are some favourable possibilities. For example, the Okanagan is well known for its wineries and orchards, which allow prospective immigrants with relevant experience the possibility of immigrating to British Columbia as farmers.
Contact The British Columbia Self-employed Immigration Law Office Of Ocana Law
If you are considering immigrating to Canada, and specifically to the Okanagan, under the self-employed persons program, you need skilled, experienced counsel to take advantage of this unusual opportunity. No other firm can match the experience, level of service and depth of commitment provided by the lawyers of Ocana Law — dedicated to immigration law since 2009. To arrange for an initial consultation, at our Kelowna office or over the phone, contact us online or call us at 250-870-9088.