There are many reasons to do business in Canada. Canada survived the global economic downturn and came out as a shining example of responsible banking and governance. Canada is ranked as one of the easiest country in the world to do business in by the World Bank.

There are thousands of international business people that come to Canada to do business with Canadian companies. These business visitors planned to invest, look for new opportunities or to advanced business relationships.

If you are thinking about taking part in business meetings, conventions, conferences, consultations or negotiations you may qualify as a business visitor.

Obtaining business visitor status is a quick and easy process for most foreign nationals, most applications are processed within a week. If for any reason you do not fall within the business visitor category, Immigration Advice Canada will be able to identify other options that may be available for you.

There are also many free trade agreements that are covered under the business visitor category, such as the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), the Canada-Chile Free Trade Agreement (CCFTA) and the General Agreement on Trade and Services (GATS).

Do you know that under the NAFTA agreement, Canadian, American and Mexican citizens can gain quicker, easier entry into the three countries to conduct business or investments?

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