How can I make my investment if I was approved for permanent residence under the Immigrant Investor Program?
If your application is approved, you can make your investment:
by using an approved facilitator to help with the transfer of your investment. A facilitator is a financial institution, approved by us, which are members of the Canada Deposit Insurance Corporation,
without a facilitator through an electronic funds transfer.
The visa office will send you a letter with more specific instructions on how to make your investment. Usually, you must make the investment within 30 days of receiving this letter.
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