Cultural activities

Old Sep 28th 2003, 6:57 am
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Default Cultural activities for self employed visa

I would like to apply for business immigration to Canada under the self employed catagory. I know that to be accepted you have to have experience of self employment in farm management, atheletics or cultural activity.
We run a retail gift shop that specialises in making and selling mirrors and pictures and framing to order.
We also manufacture a personalised name gift card that we supply to the trade.
Could any of these things be considered cultural and if not, what would?

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Old Sep 28th 2003, 11:10 am
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It is not a cultural activity.

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    > I would like to apply for business immigration to Canada under the self
    > employed catagory. I know that to be accepted you have to have
    > experience of self employment in farm management, atheletics or
    > cultural activity.
    > We run a retail gift shop that specialises in making and selling mirrors
    > and pictures and framing to order.
    > We also manufacture a personalised name gift card that we supply to
    > the trade.
    > Could any of these things be considered cultural and if not, what would?
    > Pennyhp
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