Kelowna Business Immigration Services

Are you seeking permanent residency in Kelowna BC?

The two federal business immigration programs in Canada include self employed persons and the start-up visa program. Self employed immigrants seeking to enter Canada may qualify under the British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program or the Federal Program. You don’t need to secure financial investment from a business incubator to immigrate under the Start-Up Visa Program, but you must be accepted into a Canadian business incubator program. We determine which program is best for you, based on your personal circumstances – skills and qualifications; resume, background and net worth. We make your immigration process easier as we help you every step of the way.

The city of Kelowna is located in the southwest region of the province of British Columbia, in a semi-arid climate zone, with hot sunny summers and some of the mildest winters in Canada. Surrounded by ski resorts, stunning lake views, orchards and world class wine, Kelowna attracts immigrants and investors from all over the world for its vibrant lifestyle. Agriculture is a large part of the economy, along with tourism, construction and technology. A new international airport and the University of BC make Kelowna the first-choice for immigrants seeking their Canadian citizenship.

Kelowna Business Immigration Lawyers

You can trust the experience of Ocana lawyers. We are exclusively dedicated to immigration and citizenship law. Our passion is representing immigrants seeking to relocate to Canada. We offer our clients an exceptional level of service and respect. Contact us to start your immigration application.

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