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Let's first of all position who are the audiences for an Immigration Firm. If we classified immigration into: 1- Skilled immigration (Employees), and 2- Business Immigration (Investors) Skilled Immigration fees are affordable and due to the high competition the Professional Fees are competitive...

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First of all promote on search engines and social media. Start a blog and write at least 2 articles a week about the problems, how your product is solving them etc. Use tools such as http://ifttt.com to automatically post content from your blog to all the social media profiles of your business....

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I am a bit confused why you are starting a business, but asking how to best monetize it. That is a red flag, at the start. In my experience, when you are starting (or looking to gain more clients), defining a niche is a far better strategy than being a generalist. That said, once you are establi...

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Hire a local immigration lawyer. Been through the process myself. Sooner started, sooner finished. Probably good to get in before the administration changes and possible new guidelines come down from on high.

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I know South Africa has a critical skills list on our department of home affairs website for people who want to come here. Maybe Holland has the same and he can apply for a work visa and then explore his options once there?

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1) Get a job offer from a friend or connection who runs a US business... or... 2) Offer your services at a significant discount to a local worker. Work visa is the fastest, easiest way. Still not easy, but better than marrying someone for a visa.

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Hello, you have many options as a Canadian entrepreneur moving to the US. If you are the major investor in your own company and own at least 50% of the company, you are eligible for an E-2 visa. If you already own a Canadian company and are opening a branch or subsidiary in the US you are eligibl...

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I am from Toronto as well and you can receive money and work remotely for which you have to pay taxes. However in order to go and work there you need a work visa. H1B - H2B etc.

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Hearty Congratulations on the Global Success of Your Worldwide (Social Networking) App. However : You Do Urgently Need to Get Yourself an American Immigration Attorney ; so that your F1 Visa Status in the USA will not Adversely Affect your Apparently (Rather) Successful Social Media Venture. Ow...

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I think what you need to do is market analysis. According to Labour Market Outlook, there is cumulative hiring requirements in Canada for ICT talent are expected to be over 182,000 by 2019. I think the number will vary by 10-15%. Having said that, I would suggest you focus on the ICT professional...

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