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Working in Canada?

Canada offers tremendous opportunities for foreign workers to live and work in the country. Companies hiring foreign workers or transferring employees to Canada also gain access to a pool of skilled and experienced workers from around the world. Both workers and employers have responsibilities before the worker arrives in Canada and can legally work. There are different options depending on your unique situation.

Our team of skilled, experienced lawyers will help you understand the requirements for coming to Canada to work, and will help ensure that you have the proper visas, documentation, and permits before arriving. Arriving at the Canadian border prepared and with everything in order reduces the time it takes to enter and avoids any complications.

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Global Talent Stream

Global Talent Stream

The Global Talent Stream (“GTS”) is a way for employers to attract top-quality talent to work for their company in a fast and predictable process. This strategy utilizes faster application processing times, as well as enhanced customer service. The GTS allows for faster entry for certain designated occupations in High Tech industries

International Mobility Program

International Mobility Program

The United States, Mexico, Canada Agreement (USMCA) includes a number of sections on the movement of labor between the three countries. As the successor to the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), the sections governing work permits or skilled labor, intra-company transfers, and business visitors remain largely the same.

Free Trade Agreements

Free Trade Agreements

Canada is a signatory to numerous multilateral and bilateral agreements with partner countries that include sections on the movement of labor between countries. Most popularly, Canada is a signatory to the United States, Mexico, Canada Agreement (USMCA). As the successor to the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), the sections governing work permits. 

Hiring a Temporary Foreign Worker

Hiring

Foreign workers bring valuable knowledge, skills, and experience to companies across Canada. They are an important part of the Canadian economy and increase the potential pool of talent available to you. As a company hiring foreign workers, ensuring everything goes smoothly is critical to the success of your business.

Intra-Company Transfer

Intra-Company Transfer

Today’s business is global, and companies have offices and talent located around the world. This global business environment means that you need to be able to get employees where they are needed to help your business succeed. Fortunately, international companies can transfer employees to Canada through an intra-company transfer.

Francophone Mobility

Francophone Mobility

The Francophone Mobility Program is an initiative from the government of Canada that issues work permits to French-speaking foreign nationals who will live and work in a Francophone community outside of Quebec. To be eligible you must have a job offer that is a skill level of 0, A, or B on the National Occupation Code (NOC).

Temporary Foreign Worker Program

Temporary Foreign Worker Program

A Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA) is a document from Employment and Social Development Canada (ESDC) permitting you to hire a foreign worker. It is the employer’s responsibility to apply for, and receive, a positive LMIA prior to hiring a foreign worker. Completing the LMIA takes time and expertise. 

International Experience Class

International Experience Class

International Experience Canada (IEC) provides youth with the opportunity to travel and work within Canada. In order to participate, your country or territory of residence must have an agreement with Canada that allows you to apply for an IEC permit. Age requirements also apply to this specific class of work permits.

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