Employers wishing to hire a foreign worker need to ensure that they are compliant with immigration laws and employ workers who have a work permit.  Depending on the type and scope of work, duration of work, country of citizenship and other factors of the foreign worker, different rules and requirements apply. 

Our focus is on people in business – executives, business owners, entrepreneurs, investors, senior management, Intra-company transferees with specialized knowledge and expertise – and their families. We assist Canadian businesses with planning and executing international movement of their personnel to and from Canada. 
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Temporary Foreign Worker Program (with LMIA)

When the local labor supply do not meet the demands of local employers, Canadian employers can seek employees outside of Canada. There are several ways to bring international talent into Canada

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International Trade Agreements

International Free Trade Agreements (FTAs) contain provisions to facilitate, on a reciprocal basis, temporary entry for business persons. Eligible persons entering under an FTA will generally require a work permit, but are exempt from a Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA)

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Global Talent Stream

The stream is designed for firms that are referred to Employment and Social Development Canada by a designated referral partner and that are in need of skilled and specialized foreign nationals in order to grow. It is also for firms that need to fill an in demand, highly skilled position on the Global Talent Occupation List.

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Temporary worker as an in-home caregiver

Families can hire a foreign caregiver to provide care, in a private residence, to children, seniors or persons with certified medical needs, when Canadians and permanent residents are not available.

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Intra-Company Transferees

The intra-company category permits international companies to temporarily transfer qualified employees to Canada for the purpose of improving management effectiveness, expanding Canadian exports, and enhancing competitiveness in overseas markets.

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Business Visitor

A business visitor is someone who comes to Canada for international business activities, but does not directly enter the Canadian labour market.

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Hire a Worker through one of the Provincial Nominee Programs

A number of Canadian provinces and territories administer immigration programs that provide avenues for hiring of foreign workers without a Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA). Through a variety of Provincial Nominee Programs (PNP) employers can extend an employment offer and thus enable a foreign national to immigrate to Canada.

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How it works.

Most job positions and foreigners require an LMIA and a Work Permit, others only require a work permit, and some do not require a work permit at all.

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Introductory phone call

We will reach out to you for an introductory phone call to get to know you.

Meeting with Immigration Lawyer

Meet with our lawyer and go over solutions via zoom/teams in a 20-minute case strategy meeting.

You make the call

Whether you decide to retain us or someone else, we hope you make the right decision and choose the right team for you.

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