Concord Business Plans has developed business plans for immigration visas for over 15 years that have resulted in successful applications. Each country, the US and Canada, has specific requirements for its Immigration business plans and we ensure that we cover all the required deliverables.
All of the provinces have their own provincial immigration programs (known as Provincial Nominee Programs or PNP). In 2012, approximately 90,000 economic immigrants will be nominated or selected by the provinces. In 2012 and for the near future, the numbers of immigrants to be granted permanent residence under a PNP are expected to increase.
Applying for admission to Canada as a permanent resident will follow a more expedited process (9-15 months in most cases) if the application is approved under a PNP program compared to the federal skilled worker program. In some instances, persons who are otherwise not qualified for admission under one of the Federal programs, may qualify for admission to Canada under a PNP program and may even qualify for a temporary work permit in the interim, allowing for early entry to Canada for the applicant and their accompanying dependents.
If you are in the process of applying for a business visa, such as an E2 investor visa or an L1 work permit, E1 visa, E3 visa, EB5 visa, business visas or immigrant visas, you need to provide immigration authorities with a Business Plan for the next five years, including projected expenses and profits. This business plan must emphasize the key criteria that will qualify you and your business to the immigration authorities in order to meet all visa requirements.
Concord Business Plans has developed business plans for immigration visas for over 15 years that have resulted in successful visa applications. We have a background in many industry sectors and can work with you to develop your business plan to a high standard in a short time.
Please call us for more information on how we can assist you or your clients with the development of an Immigration Business Plan.