Saskatchewan Immigration Nominee Program - Immigrant Business Entrepreneurs

I don't practise immigration law specifically. However, I often work together with immigration consultants who are helping potential investors move to Saskatchwan under our SINP Program ... the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program.

Business Entrepreneurs & Farming Class

A portion of the SINP program is designed for business entrepreneurs who want to invest in either an existing or new start-up business in Saskatchewan. Farming businesses may fall within this category in part, although the rules are a bit different. In the course of applying under the SINP program, an applicant will usually need a lawyer for many purposes including:

  • Understanding Saskatchewan and Canadian business law;
  • Incorporating;
  • Purchasing or establishing a business;
  • Review or drafting a commercial lease, franchise agreement, contracts, etc
  • Purchasing a home since they will be moving to Saskatchewan

I regularly work in the above areas.

Notice:The information on this website is general in nature only. It relates to Saskatchewan, Canada and may not be applicable in your jurisdiction. It does not constitute legal advice to you and no solicitor client relationship will be established. A conflict check would also be required before our firm can act for someone. You should seek specific legal advice regarding your circumstances from a lawyer entitled to practise law in your jurisdiction.
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