Quebec Entrepreneur Program: Empowering Your Business Journey

Overview of Quebec Entrepreneur Immigration Program

If you’re an ambitious entrepreneur seeking to establish or acquire a business in Quebec, Canada, this program offers a promising pathway to success. At Titan Law, our team of experienced immigration lawyers understands the intricacies of the Quebec Entrepreneur Program and is dedicated to helping you achieve your immigration and business goals.

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The Quebec Entrepreneur Program offers an exceptional opportunity for ambitious entrepreneurs to establish or acquire a business in Quebec and gain permanent residency in Canada. At Titan Law, our immigration lawyers possess the expertise and dedication to guide you through the entire process, from assessing your eligibility to submitting a strong application. Book a free consultation with our lawyers today, and let us help you embark on your entrepreneurial journey in Quebec. Our experienced team is committed to providing personalized assistance and ensuring your application stands out among the rest. Contact us now to book your free consultation with Titan Law lawyers and take the first step towards a successful future in Quebec.

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The Quebec Entrepreneur Program uses a scoring system based on various factors, including business experience, net worth, investment amount, business plan quality, and language proficiency, to assess and select eligible applicants.

The processing time for the Quebec Entrepreneur Program can vary, but it typically ranges from 12 to 36 months. However, it’s essential to stay updated with the latest information from the immigration authorities as processing times may change.

Yes, applicants can include their immediate family members, such as a spouse or common-law partner and dependent children, in their Quebec Entrepreneur Program application. Approved family members will also be granted permanent residency status.

After being accepted into the Quebec Entrepreneur Program, applicants are required to sign a performance agreement with the government of Quebec. They must then establish or acquire their business in Quebec within a specified timeframe and meet the investment and job creation requirements outlined in the agreement.

Once approved, entrepreneurs must fulfill certain obligations, including establishing and operating their business in Quebec according to the terms outlined in the performance agreement. They must also meet the investment and job creation targets specified in the agreement and actively participate in the management of the business.