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Years of Experience


Why Choose Canada

Canada's Residency by Investment (CBI) program offers unparalleled travel opportunities. Holding a Canadian passport grants access to over 185 countries visa-free or with convenient visa on arrival options, opening up a world of possibilities. Additionally, Canada's CBI program has contributed to infrastructure enhancements, such as modernized airports, facilitating seamless international travel. Whether journeying to Europe, the Caribbean, or North America, traveling with your Canadian CBI passport ensures smooth and hassle-free experiences, enriching your exploration of diverse destinations.

  • Extensive Visa-Free Travel

  • Diverse Travel Destinations

  • Global Recognition

Residency By Investment Overview

The Canada Start-Up Visa (SUV) Program offers foreign entrepreneurs the chance to establish an innovative business in Canada and subsequently seek permanent residence. Conversely, affluent individuals who invest in Quebec under the Quebec Investor Immigration Program (QIIP) are provided with a work permit specific to Quebec. After holding the Quebec work permit for one year, they become eligible to apply for permanent residence across Canada.


Minimum of CAD 100,000

Processing time

12–37 months (SUV)

Key benefit

Eligibility for citizenship after three years (or 1,095 days) of physical presence out of a five-year period

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Canada Residency By Investment

Canada stands as one of the globe’s prosperous nations, boasting a robust economy and a prominent position in international trade. The Canada Start-Up Visa Program targets entrepreneurs and proactive investors keen on securing permanent residency by establishing or expanding businesses within Canada. Additionally, the Quebec Investor Immigration Program caters to global investors interested in obtaining a Quebec work permit, with the potential of swiftly transitioning to permanent residency in the country.

Benefits Of The Canada Residency By Investment Program

Our Program

Bussiness Establishment

Judical Review

Humanitaraian Grounds

Intra Company Transfer Program

Startup Visa Program

Business Establishment

Canada is one of the world’s most vibrant multi-cultural countries. It is currently the 10th largest economy in the world and ranked in the top three on the list of the world’s best countries in 2019.

Business Establishment Program Details

The country is home to iconic cities such as Montreal, Toronto, and Vancouver, and hosts Ivy league-standard universities such as McGill. Canada’s stability, social services, and welcoming society make it one of the world’s foremost destinations for relocation. It also offers an exclusive immigration by investment path that allows entrepreneurs to gain residency whilst establishing their own business. Apart from economic and social dynamism, Canada’s other benefits include child support, free education, and free healthcare in most provinces.


Fastest program to migrate to Canada by relocating with your own business. The program is for the main applicant and his family. Ace Law will assist you in starting your own business that will support you in applying for the work permit for the principal applicant. The spouse of the principal applicant will be eligible for an open work permit while children can apply for a study permit.


Being a hub of providing latest opportunities for the immigrants from all around the World, the Canadian government goes up to every possible manner to satisfy the immigrants about the desired application. In this regard, they have set up the policy stated as Judicial Review which allows the immigrants to consult the federal Courts of the Country to know about their immigration decisions.

Judicial Review Program Details

Under Canada’s immigration law, you can ask the Federal Court of Canada to review immigration decisions.

The process is composed of different deadlines, if the Immigration and Refugee Board (IRB) has rejected your claim for refugee protection, you must file an application for a Federal Court review within 15 days of the IRB decision. If you want to apply for a review, you may want to get legal advice as soon as possible. If the Court agrees with the IRB’s original decision and finds there was no error, you will have to leave Canada.
A review by the Federal Court is a 2-stage process:

– leave stage
– judicial review stage

Procedures and time frame

First, an application to review an officer’s decision in a matter arising in Canada. The application for judicial review must be commenced within 15 days after the date on which the person concerned is notified of. Second is the review of an officer’s decision in a matter arising outside Canada, the application must be commenced within 60 days after the date on which the person concerned is notified of. The application is then viewed by Minister of C&I or the Minister of PSEP.

Humanitarian Grounds

The immigration programs in Canada may require a hefty amount of investment, but, that does not restrict the immigrants from applying for a new life in Canada. People who would not normally be eligible to become permanent residents of Canada may be able to apply on humanitarian and compassionate grounds.

Humanitarian Grounds Program Details

Following rules apply to humanitarian and compassionate grounds:

– You are only eligible for humanitarian and compassionate grounds if you are applying for a permanent resident status in Canada or for permanent resident visas abroad. The H&C applications of temporary resident applicants would not be considered.

– You cannot apply for more than one humanitarian and compassionate grounds application at the same time.

– The risk factors will be analyzed, such as persecution, risk to life, cruel and unusual treatment or punishment.

– Having a pending refugee claim will dismantle your chance to apply for humanitarian and compassionate grounds. If you want to apply, you must withdraw your refugee claim before your Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada (IRB) hearing.

– You must fall under the “one year bar” regulation, which states that you cannot apply for humanitarian and compassionate grounds if you had a negative decision from the IRB within the last 12 months.


Individuals without legal status would be eligible for H & Cs if they have established themselves in Canada under following criterias:

Family relations to Canadian permanent residents or Canadian citizens
Employment in Canada without a valid Canadian work permit
Education in Canada without a valid Study Permit
Volunteer work in Canada
Upgrade of English or French skills
Property in Canada

Intra Company Transfer Program

This Program is specially introduced for corporations, subsidiaries and partnership firms etc. and offers Canadian work permit. These entities must be running and performing day-to-day business activities in the country where they are registered and paying taxes. They should be at least one year old. In fact the older they are, the better it is for the purposes of immigration.

Details of ICT

International employees can land in Canada as Intra Company Transferees, provided the employer and the employee’s relationship has been for over one year in the last three years.

ICT Program is for owners, executives; senior managers engaged primarily in supervisory roles or management of an enterprise. ICT is also for workers with specialized knowledge. This knowledge can be of a product, service, or process. Minimum work experience required should at least be of one year and there has to be genuine/qualifying relationship between the employer and the employee to acquire a work permit.

Once the eligibility criteria have been met, the business can register itself anywhere in Canada. From choosing the business structure to having a Canadian resident as director, you can consult your lawyers/law firm to guide you more on this.

After registration, a work permit application is filed. The applicant gets a closed work permit while his/her spouse gets an open work permit which allows them to work in any field of their choice. The dependent children under 22 years of age can also accompany.

Why choose ICT?

If you work for a company that has a parent company, branch, subsidiary, or affiliate in Canada, you may be able to secure a Canadian work permit through the Intra-Company Transfer program.

Employers bringing international staff to Canada as intra-company transferees are exempt from the requirement to obtain a Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA). For this reason, the process can be quicker, simpler, and more cost-effective than the LMIA route.

Qualified intra-company transferees provide ‘significant economic benefit to Canada’ through the transfer of their skills and expertise to the Canadian labor market. Intra-company transferees may be from any country.

Startup Visa Program

The Startup Visa Program offers permanent residence to qualified immigrant entrepreneurs. Candidates can initially come to Canada on a work permit supported by their designated Canadian investor, before qualifying for permanent residence once their business is up and running

Startup Visa Program Details

Interested innovators/entrepreneurs must have a qualifying business to be eligible for startup visa program in Canada. Not more that five applicants in one startup may apply and each must have 10% or more shares of the corporation. The business/idea must be able to obtain a letter of support or a commitment certificate from an angel investor, start up incubator or a venture capitalist. This indicates that your business idea is viable and has been able to obtain support from a reputed Canadian firm.

With Venture Capitalists, the required minimum commitment of funding to your startup is $200,000 and with designated angel investors in Canada the minimum financial commitment that a startup must get is $75,000 or greater. With incubator, there is no minimum commitment to invest but the startup needs to be accepted by one of the accredited incubators in Canada. The applicants don’t require investing any of their own assets for that matter. Along with investment commitments from the bodies mentioned above, one has to show sufficient personal funds to support himself after arriving in Canada. The funds the applicant shows will depend upon the number of people applying along with him.

Another requirement is fluency is English or French (listening, reading, writing & speaking). The minimum CLB required is 5. The education requirement for the applicant should be 2+ years of post secondary education but it is not mandatory. Applicants are also subject to criminal record checks (a non- expired police clearance certificate has to be provided) and they should also be medically admissible.

Requirements Of Canadian Residency By Investment

Requirements of the Canada Start-Up Visa Program

  1. Propose an innovative business endorsed by a designated organization.
  2. Choose from options including business incubation, angel investment, or venture capital fund investment, each with varying financial thresholds.
  3. Demonstrate proficiency in English or French at the CLB/IELTS 5 level.
  4. Maintain good health and possess no criminal record.

Requirements of the Quebec Investor Immigration Program:

  1. Commit to a five-year, interest-free investment of CAD 1 million, guaranteed by the Government of Quebec.
  2. Make a non-refundable contribution of CAD 200,000 to Investissement Québec.
  3. Possess at least two years of managerial experience within the five years preceding the application.
  4. Have a net worth of at least CAD 2 million.
  5. Hold a qualification equivalent to a secondary school diploma in Quebec.

Procedures And Time Frame Of The Canadian Residency By Investment Program

In the Canadian residence by investment process, applicants under the Start-Up Visa Program must first develop and submit a business proposal, which must gain approval from a designated government business organization. 

Once endorsed by a business incubator, angel investment group, or venture capital fund, applicants receive a letter of support, enabling them and their families to apply for permanent residence. This process typically spans from 12 to 37 months. 

Meanwhile, under the Quebec Investor Immigration Program, applicants submit their applications to the Quebec Government, followed by the required investment upon approval. After obtaining the initial work permit, applicants must stay in Quebec for a minimum of 12 months within two years, with the main applicant completing at least six months of the stay. 

This process entails approximately 12 months to obtain the initial work permit and an additional 12 months for the permanent residence permit.