Start-up Visa/SUV Program for Startup Entrepreneurs
Start-Up Visa (Start-Up Visa)
Start-Up Visa / SUV is a Federal immigration program, introduced by Immigration Canada in 2013. After 5 years of piloting, in 2018 SUV became the official immigration program. .
The SUV program is aimed at attracting foreign entrepreneurs with innovative, groundbreaking business ideas to immigrate to Canada to set up businesses, bring economic benefits and create jobs for Canadian citizens.
This is a rare investment program where applicants and their families can apply for permanent residence right from Vietnam .
Conditions to participate in the Start-Up Visa Program
Age: no age limit
English: English or French with a minimum of CLB 5.0
Business experience: not required, if any is an advantage
Finance: have enough money to invest and stabilize a family’s life in Canada
Sponsored by an organization designated by Immigration Canada
Good health and criminal record
Advantages of Entrepreneur Visa Start-up at Doslink
Allows applicants and their families to choose their destination in any Province
The application scoring system is not applied and therefore the candidate’s application is not in the Pool waiting for the periodic recruitment rounds like other immigrant investor programs.
No proof of the origin of the asset is required
Up to 5 applicants can join the project
Organizations sponsoring the Start-Up Visa project
Venture Capital needs to invest 200,000 CAD in the project.
Angel Investor needs to invest 75,000 CAD in the project.
Business Incubator (Business Incubator) does not require capital investment in the project.
Benefits of the applicant & family
Be settled with family members (spouse and children under 22 years old) and everyone will officially receive permanent resident status as soon as they arrive in Canada
Receive most of the social benefits that Canadian citizens receive, such as health insurance policies, tuition waivers as well as other welfare and social security policies.
The right to live, study and work anywhere in Canada
To apply for Canadian citizenship when the statutory requirements are met
Protected under Canada’s Laws and Charter of Rights and Freedoms