Citizenship and Immigration Canada is an organization that was established to promote the ideals and values maintained by Canadians, while helping individuals achieve citizenship and immigration to Canada. Canada immigration and citizenship laws allow individuals to immigrate to Canada, if they are eligible in one of the excepted categories.
There are six different categories in which immigrants can be placed, including skilled workers, experience class, entrepreneurs, provincial nominees, and sponsored families. If an individual wishes to immigrate to Canada and reside in a location other than Quebec, he/she can achieve this by maintaining a desirable profession or by establishing a company in Canada. However, under Canada immigration and citizenship laws, there are strict regulations regarding who is able to qualify in these categories.
In order for an individual to achieve citizenship and immigration to Canada under the Business Immigration category, an individual must manage a successful business in Canada, or make an extensive investment of over C$400,000. Within this category, an individual can qualify as an entrepreneur, self-employed individuals, or an investor. In order for an individual to qualify under the skilled worker category, he/she must possess an appropriate education, desired work experience, and have extensive knowledge of the English or French language.
An individual who has worked or studied in Canada temporarily may also qualify for permanent residence in the country, under the experience class category. If an individual desires to permanently reside in Canada, he/she should review the information provided by Citizenship and Immigration Canada.