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Immigrant Investor Program OF QUEBEC IN CANADA

As the second largest country in the world, Canada represents a true opportunity for those looking for an incomparable quality of life, away from present turbulence and uncertainties. Canada offers access to a second residence in a safe and peaceful environment, with economic and political stability, a reputable and subsidized education system, as well as a gateway to the very large North-American business market.

For 30 years, TIMC has been servicing clients like you, international high net-worth individuals who are interested in immigrating to and investing in Canada. As an authorized agent, TIMC offers the Immigrant Investor Program, first choice for wealthy business people and their family for Canadian immigration.

Quebec's exclusive Immigrant Investor Program provides an opportunity for experienced business people to obtain Canadian permanent residency. A few conditions apply, including:

  • Making an investment of CDN $1,200,000 in the form of a deposit, guaranteed by the Government;
  • Demonstrating two years of experience in business over the last five years;
  • Having a personal net-worth of at least CDN $2 Million, obtained legally.

Furthermore, your knowledge of French puts you at a special advantage: by demonstrating an intermediate to high level of proficiency in French, you have the unique opportunity to apply immediately to the Program and to see your file handled with top priority.

By choosing Quebec, you choose:

  • The largest province in Canada;
  • A free and equal society;
  • A North-American lifestyle with a European flavour;
  • Business opportunities in the largest free-trade zone in the world.


Currently, the Canadian Immigrant Investor Program is suspended from November 1st, 2019 to March 31st, 2021. The suspension means that no new applications can be submitted during this time.

It does not however affect the processing of any applications that were already submitted.These applications will continue to be processed normally by both the Quebec and Federal immigration authorities.  

The Government plans to take advantage of this time to review the Program to ensure it continues to meet the needs of the Province.