Actyl Immigration Seeks Business Migrants for Saskatchewan

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Actyl Immigration responds to Government of Saskatchewan’s new business migration category

Actyl Immigration, a Actyl Group company, is responding to the Government of Saskatchewan’s announcement on new immigration paths to boost investment and jobs opportunities in the province. Ms. Linda West MBA, PhD, President and Mr. Adrian Schulz, Managing Director of Actyl Group are traveling Feb 1-14, 2010 to Hong Kong, Singapore, and Manila to meet with potential business migrants who would invest in Saskatchewan’s economy, by starting new or acquiring existing businesses. In addition, Actyl Immigration is hosting an Immigration Canada 2010 workshop event for potential international business migrants in Regina, March 1-5, 2010.

“This new process is one of the most exciting opportunities for international business migrants wishing to come to Canada,” said Qun (Quinn) Hu, B.A., LL.B, a Immigration Lawyer with Actyl. “It brings foreign investment, diversely skilled managers, entrepreneurs, and job creation to Saskatchewan communities.”

Both the trip to Asia in February, and the immigration workshop will inform and solicit potential business migrants to immigrate to Saskatchewan. Actyl Immigration is offering business and immigration services for the three new streams for the Entrepreneur Category. The Large Scale Investor stream will require an investment of $10 million or more. The Science and Technology stream will be open to people who have a patent, innovative idea or plan to partner with an existing Saskatchewan science and technology entity. The Young Farmer stream, aimed at experienced farmers under age 40, is intended to encourage young families to move to rural Saskatchewan to assist succession planning for farming operations.

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