With a GDP of $1.59 Trillion CAD, Canada has one of the world’s largest economies and is often cited as having some of the most dynamic and welcoming immigration policies. It’s no wonder that over 160,000 people procure temporary Canadian work visas each year.
Canada offers multiple immigration tracks for temporary work permits and permanent residence, so it’s important to align the objectives of employers and employees. USILAW informs clients of their options and plans long-term strategies that are based on client needs. So, whether you want to transfer your company’s personnel to Canada or hire foreign nationals already working locally, our global immigration attorneys can provide the comprehensive Canadian immigration services and solutions to seamlessly procure the necessary work permits.
We provide services related, but not limited, to:
|TYPES OF VISAS||ELIGIBLE PERSONS||REQUIREMENTS|
|Temporary Foreign Worker Program||Skilled Workers and Professionals||In most cases, requires a Labor Market Impact Assessment (LMIA) and has to be hired through the Temporary Foreign Worker Program (TFWP).|
|Work Permit for Intra Company Transfers||Executives of multinational companies||Applicant must have at least one year of full-time employment with the company outside of Canada in a specialized knowledge or managerial/executive capacity, and the foreign and Canadian companies must be affiliated. May be exempt from LMIA requirements.|
|Trade Nafta (TN) Visas||U.S. and Mexican Nationals||Regulations pertaining to TN visas including an offer of employment from a Canadian company and be among 63 approved professions.|
|Canadian Experience Class||People with recent Canadian work experience or who have graduated and recently worked in Canada||Skilled individuals with in demand skills as determined by Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) are offered an Express Entry.|
|Provincial Nominee Program||One of Canada’s provinces or territories sponsor you||Immigrants nominated by a Canadian Province or territory who possesses skills, education and work experience to contribute to the economy of that province or territory, and must want to live there.|