Self-employed Program requires you to have relevant experience in NOC 5 group, i.e., the cultural or sports career, within the latest 5 years before filing application.
If you are an artist, designer or a person working in the sports, you may be able to use your own skills and experience to apply through the Federal Self-employed immigration program.
Applicants for this program must convince the visa officer that there is a market for the applicant’s skill(s) in Canada.
How could you prove your future business may be viable to the visa officer? You must fulfill one of the following 2 scenarios:
- You are a practitioner in a related industry and working at a world-class level. for example, you are an architect who has won an international award;
- You have run a business in cutural or sport-related business, and supported yourself and your family in your country of residence. For instance, you once opened a photography studio and it was profitable.
What industries can apply? Examples are as follows: painter, sculptor, translator, self-employed teacher, interior designer, actor, director, script, writer, dramatist, lighting, window display designer, jewelry designer, clothing or luggage designer, independent Reporters etc.
Highlights: There is no mandatory requirement for language.
Contact us if you fulfill the following requirements
You must have education and experience in cultural or sports field
NOC 5 group is a mandatory requirement for the applicant's career.
Your experience must fall within 2 senarios
Applicants must have at least 2 one-year periods of World-class level or self-employed experience.
A doable business plan is preferable
You may explain that you may conduct a relevant business in Canada and the business may be viable in certain period.
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You must prepare for your interview after an interview letter will be received.
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