PROVINICAL NOMINATIONS – FARMERS
Provincial Nomination – Farmers
Many provinces (states) of Canada also have nomination programs for Farmers. Once nominated, the Farmer applicant (and qualifying family members) is issued a permanent residence visa by the federal government through their overseas Canadian visa offices.
Farmers can also qualify under the Federal Self-employed program.
The Farmers programs generally require the Applicant to demonstrate:
- Previous farm ownership or management experience
- Net Worth – starting from CA$ 150,000
- Minimum investment starting from CA$ 150,000
- Viable Farm management plan
- Sufficient settlement funds
- Convincing willingness to settle in the province
- Ability and willingness to operate a viable business
The Applicant is required to make an exploratory visit to the province, either before submitting or during processing of their nomination application. Most provinces also seek refundable deposits to ensure that the Applicant actually settles in the province. Applicant with difficulty in English, may also be asked to make a deposit, till the time they are able to demonstrate sufficient language capability.
Farmers are expected to purchase a farm in the province.
Currently, the following provinces offer nomination programs under the Farmer immigration criteria:
- Manitoba – Young Farmer
- Saskatchewan – Farmer
Transcend Consultants provides active assistance to qualified Applicants in all aspects of the above program.
Transcend Consultants is a full service Canadian Immigration consultancy firm, registered in Ontario, Canada. Having started operations in 1999, Transcend has assisted hundreds of families move to Canada as independent immigrants. Please read our Mission & Philosophy statement.
The principal consultant, Mr.Deepak Kohli has 15 years of experience in immigration law and consulting. An MBA from Baroda, India, Deepak has had a multi-disciplinary career in marketing, financial services and advertising, before taking up a full-time career in Immigration, and thus is able to take a comprehensive view and advice accordingly.
Deepak graduated with High Honours from the Seneca College Immigration Practitioners Program in 2003. (Diploma).
Deepak is a member of Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council (ICCRC), the current regulatory organization of Canadian Immigration consultants, where he also served on the initial Board of Directors during the start-up 2011-12 term. Deepak is also a registered member of Canadian Association of Professional Immigration Consultants (CAPIC), (Membership certificate here) where he served most recently as a National Director – Membership and previously on the Executive Committee of Ontario Chapter of CAPIC. He has received several awards and certificates
Transcend prides itself on its Client-centric® process, which has the Client as the focus of its immigration strategy. The immigration needs of each client are catered to personally as an individual and not just a number. The required services are then rendered, with attention to minute details and timing. This leads to a client- specific strategy, guaranteed to give best results at optimum costs.
The Immigration and Refugee Protection Act (IRPA) transformed the face of Canadian immigration, after June 28, 2002. IRPA – a sweeping revision of immigration after 26 years – introduced progressive concepts and criteria to determine the profile of new immigrants to Canada, and drastically changed the ground rules for immigration practice. This had immense effect on the skill sets required for an immigration practitioner or Consultant to act as a ‘Representative’. With the introduction of IRPA, the movement towards regulation of immigration consultants also gained momentum. In conjunction, the above developments would go on to alter the topography of the Canadian immigration industry forever.
Deepak foresaw this change and promptly upgraded his education to cover the new concepts, by taking the Immigration Practitioner Post-Diploma programme at Seneca College, Toronto and clearing it with High Honors in 2003. This education coupled with his experience as an immigration practitioner, places him in a unique position to provide balanced advice on immigration matters under the present law. Deepak has an empathetic approach and approaches each case with a deep and solid understanding of the issues faced by the clients, based on individual personal, family and social circumstances. This Client- centric® process helps Transcend provide a tailor- made solution for each client and maximize the benefit of association.
Transcend provides comprehensive counseling in all immigration matters and handles cases related to Temporary and Permanent residence in Canada, Immigration Appeals, etc. We have substantial exposure in Employment Authorization processes, Business immigration and permanent residence options with priority processing avenues.
Our unique client-centric process assures customized attention resulting in excellent Canadian immigration services at a reasonable cost for our clients.