LMIA Success: Owning a Business as a Path to Residency
LMIA Approvals - A success story about the LMIA Owner-Operator application, offering valuable insights for prospective Canadian entrepreneurs.
Work experience: Airline Director
Family member: Applicant Only
SuperVisas provided the client with information regarding various businesses that were for sale based on the client’s requirements
We recommended Canadian local accountants and business lawyers to help customers complete business purchase as well as company registration procedures with assistance from third-party professionals
According to the customer’s business type, we developed an application plan for the customer and wrote a business plan.
Submitted an LMIA application.
Provided LMIA interview counseling.
One week after the interview, LMIA was successfully approved.
Business Type: Coin Laundry
Business Type: Sole Proprietorship
Years of Operation: about 10 years
Business Price: 70,000 Canadian dollars
Business Rent: 3,500 Canadian dollars/month
The client has a genuine intention to operate a laundry shop, but has no relevant work experience.
The business is a sole proprietorship without a specific company structure
The business scale is small and there are no other employees.
We highlighted the client’s rich customer service and management experience, which are particularly important in the process of operating a laundry shop
We helped our client complete company registration and formed a proper company structure for his business
We formulated a detailed business plan for the client based on their expected development of the company, which includes important information such as personnel recruitment plans, company expansion plans, and company sales and profit expectations
“Very efficient and professional organization. Took care of all the tasks on time and the process was completed smoothly.”