The C11 Entrepreneur Immigration program is designed for individuals who want to immigrate to Canada by starting or acquiring a business in the country. There is no set minimum investment amount required under this program, but the investment must be significant and create jobs in Canada.
The actual investment amount required will depend on various factors, including the nature and size of the business, the location, and the industry. In general, the investment must be sufficient to cover the costs of establishing or acquiring the business, as well as the working capital needed to operate the business.
The Canadian government expects entrepreneurs to invest a minimum of CAD $200,000 in a new business or CAD $100,000 in an existing business. However, this is not a strict requirement, and the actual investment required may be higher or lower depending on the circumstances.
It is recommended that you speak with an experienced immigration lawyer who can provide you with guidance on the C11 program and help you determine the investment amount required for your specific situation. If you have any questions you may speak to our business immigration lawyers by contacting email@example.com or 1-877-892-7778.