The elusive self-employment category

Seminar ID
IBC-2019-03-27
Date and time
Wednesday, March 27, 2019 at 13:00 PDT   see it in calendar
Presenter
Dave Sage
Dave Sage
presenter's bio
Attendance
  • recording
Languages
  • in English
CPD hours
LSBC 3 CPD hours available until: 26.03.2020
ICCRC 3 CPD hours available until: 25.06.2019
Description

What does "self-employed" mean?
When is someone's experience "at a world-class level?
Who is an ideal client for this program?

The Federal Self-Employed Persons Program is one of Canada's most under-utilized and misunderstood pathways to Permanent Residency. The program is a points-based selection system with a low pass mark and relatively clear requirements: the three-fold criteria (intention, ability, and experience); however, practitioners often fail to understand the basic requirements and fail to identify the candidate for admission to the program. Knowing how to recognize, plan and prepare an application in this category can give practitioners a competitive edge, as this class may provide an alternative to other economic and business immigration programs for which the potential client might not qualify.

Venue
Library Square Conference Centre, Peter Kaye Room
350 West Georgia St.
Vancouver
BC V6B 6B1

Capacity: 27
Duration
3 hours
Cost
  • regular fee - $ 90.00
 

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