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Doing Business In Canada 2019 - Executive Transfers and Immigration
US companies conducting business in Canada will often send some of their American employees to perform various duties in Canada.
Canada
10 Jul 2019
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Global Skills Strategy For Highly-Skilled Workers | The HR Space
On June 12, 2017, Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) rolled out its Global Skills Strategy (GSS). The objective of this program is to promote the growth of Canadian companies...
Canada
8 Sep 2017
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Actualité Sur La Sécurité À La Frontière Aux États-Unis : Quels Impacts Sur Les Organisations Canadiennes Et La Vie Privée?
Les entreprises, et les autres organisations dont les employés et d'autres représentants traversent la frontière, ainsi que les particuliers,
Canada
28 Jun 2017
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Canada’s Temporary Foreign Worker Program Set To Change
Canada's Temporary Foreign Worker Program (TFWP) has been under fire of late. Temporary foreign workers sued Denny's.
Canada
23 May 2013
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The HR Space: Finally! Bridging Work Permits When Awaiting Permanent Residence
On December 15, 2012, Immigration Canada announced a new policy to allow for "bridging" work permits.
Canada
20 Apr 2013
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The HR Space: More Changes In The Canadian Immigration System
Winds of change keep blowing on Canadian immigration lands.
Canada
6 Feb 2013
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Citizenship Applications Under Close Scrutiny
The topic of Canadian citizenship has been in the news.
Canada
14 Oct 2012
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The HR Space: Canadian Immigration Process Changes
Winds of change keep blowing on Canadian immigration lands.
Canada
14 Jul 2012
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New Simplified Process For More Foreign Workers Entering Québec
On February 24, 2012 a new simplified process for certain foreign workers seeking entry to the Province of Québec was announced.
Canada
30 Mar 2012
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Good News Concerning The Maximum Length Of Stay For Intra-Company Transferees
It is common for companies to fill executive positions in Canada and the United States with one executive. That person is based in the US and commutes to Canada on a regular basis to provide services to the Canadian affiliate. Since they are providing services to a Canadian company, these people cannot qualify as business visitors in Canada. Instead, they need a work permit.
Canada
12 Oct 2011
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