Are you a non-Canadian who has an established business in your own country and would like to start a business in Canada? Or are you a non-Canadian who would like to open a new company in Canada?
There are several steps you need to take before you can be up and running a Canadian-based business. Some of the things you will need include registering for sales tax and getting a business license.
Expanding into Canada for an already-established foreign business is straightforward: each province has registration procedures (and fees) for extra-provincial incorporation. If you, a non-Canadian, currently operate a corporation in Asia or Middle East, and you want to open a business in Ontario, you need to register your business as an extra-provincial corporation in that province.
To start a business in Canada, you will need to contact the provincial registry of the province you want to do business in and go through its required procedure. If you wish to do business in more than one province, you will need to register your new business separately with each province.
If, on the other hand, you are not Canadian, want to start a company in Canada, and do not already have an established business in your country of origin, there are several ways you can open a business in Canada. Start a Business in Canada by Immigrating First, if you wish to live in Canada, you could apply to come to Canada as a business immigrant. This is the only way that you will be able to both start a business in Canada and live there.
Benefits of this Programme
• Guaranteed Immigration to Canada.
• Processing time from 6 months to 3 years.
• Low IELTS score can also apply
EGRRIS is a registered company in Canada and our experts will be able to help you migrate to Canada on a business visa.
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