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General Information
Help - What would you like to do in Canada?
Help - Which country issued your passport?
Help - What is your current country<strong>/</strong>territory of residence? If you are presently in Canada, you should select Canada.
Help - Question help:
Help - How are you related to your family member?
Help - Do you plan to do a work placement or internship in Canada as part of your studies?
Help - How are you related to your <a href="glossary.do?id=518">family member</a>?
Help - What is your estimated net worth (in Canadian dollars)?
Help - <span>Do you have a letter of support for a start-up venture from a Canadian designated entity (angel investor group, venture capital fund or business incubator)?</span>
Help - Are you willing to invest at least 2,000,000 into Canada's economy?
Help - How much money (in Canadian dollars) will you bring to Canada?
Languages
Work
Help - Select your job/profession
Help - <span>Do you have a valid job offer in Canada?</span>
Help - <span>What is the highest level of education for which you have earned a Canadian degree, diploma or certificate, or have had an Educational Credential Assessment? (ECAs must be from an approved agency, in the last five years.)</span> <span>If you did not earn a Canadian degree, diploma or certificate, you may need to have your foreign education assessed by an agency approved by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada. They must show that it is valid, and equal to a completed Canadian credential.</span>

Canadian Experience - Check all that apply

Family and Marital Status
Help - <span>How many family members do you have who will come with you to Canada?</span>
Help - Question help:
Help - Has your spouse or partner studied in Canada full-time for two years or more?
Help - Has your spouse or partner worked in Canada full-time for one year or more?
Help - Select your spouse's or partner's job/profession
Help - <span>Do you have a valid job offer in Canada?</span>
Help - <span>What is the highest level of education for which your spouse or partner have earned a Canadian degree, diploma or certificate, or have had an Educational Credential Assessment? (ECAs must be from an approved agency, in the last five years.)</span> <span>If your spouse or partner did not earn a Canadian degree, diploma or certificate, your spouse or partner may need to have his/her foreign education assessed by an agency approved by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada. They must show that it is valid, and equal to a completed Canadian credential.</span>