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Immigration and investment

SEDAV is a Canadian company that was founded in 1991 to advise and accompany clients from more than 30 countries on immigration to and investment in Canada. Its head office is located in the city of Montreal (Outremont).

Sedav offers its services to business people and professionals. It accompanies them throughout the process of obtaining a permanent resident’s visa and establishment in Canada, thus helping them to obtain better employment, business and investment opportunities.

Since 1992 Sedav and National Bank Financial have worked together to promote the Immigrant Investors program all over Latin America. This strategic alliance offers an integrated service to business people who wish to immigrate to Canada, whilst SEDAV accompanies clients in the process of obtaining a visa and integrating into their new surroundings; National Bank Financial manages the funds required to take part in the program.

From the creation of the program, National Bank Financial has provided services to more immigrant investors than any other Canadian financial institution.

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The quality of Canadian universities is recognised throughout the world. Students from all over the world choose to study in Canada.

The quality of Canadian universities is recognised throughout the world. Students from all over the world choose to study in Canada.
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The quality of Canadian universities is recognised throughout the world. Students from all over the world choose to study in Canada.

Canada has the world’s longest coastline (243.792 Km.).

Canada has the world's longest coastline (243.792 Km.).
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Canada has the world's longest coastline (243.792 Km.).

A low inflation rate combined with a solid currency make Canada a preferred destination for business.

A low inflation rate combined with a solid currency make Canada a preferred destination for business.
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A low inflation rate combined with a solid currency make Canada a preferred destination for business.

Immigrants to Canada do not lose their original nationality.

Immigrants to Canada do not lose their original nationality.
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Immigrants to Canada do not lose their original nationality.

Immigrants are responsible for two thirds of the growth of the Canadian population.

Immigrants are responsible for two thirds of the growth of the Canadian population.
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Immigrants are responsible for two thirds of the growth of the Canadian population.

Canada’s McGill University has filed the largest number of patents granted by the United States Patent and Trademark Office.

Canada's McGill University has filed the largest number of patents granted by the United States Patent and Trademark Office.
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Canada's McGill University has filed the largest number of patents granted by the United States Patent and Trademark Office.

The province of Quebec is home to the world’s largest hydroelectricity producer: Hydro-Quebec.

The province of Quebec is home to the world's largest hydroelectricity producer: Hydro-Quebec.
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The province of Quebec is home to the world's largest hydroelectricity producer: Hydro-Quebec.

Fifty (50) percent of new Canadian companies are created by women.

Fifty (50) percent of new Canadian companies are created by women.
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Fifty (50) percent of new Canadian companies are created by women.

Of the 20 largest cities in Canada, 17 are no more than one and a half hours by road from the United States.

Of the 20 largest cities in Canada, 17 are no more than one and a half hours by road from the United States.
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Of the 20 largest cities in Canada, 17 are no more than one and a half hours by road from the United States.

Foreign trade represents more than two thirds of Canada’s gross domestic product (GDP).

Foreign trade represents more than two thirds of Canada's gross domestic product (GDP).
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Foreign trade represents more than two thirds of Canada's gross domestic product (GDP).