Work Permits

A work permit is an official authorization that allows foreign nationals to work legally in Canada for a specified period. The issuance of work permits is governed by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC).

Spousal & Family Sponsorship Programs

Canada offers Spousal and Family Sponsorship Programs, allowing Canadian citizens and permanent residents to sponsor their immediate (and sometimes distinct relatives) for immigration.

Provincial Nomination Programs

Provincial Nomination Programs (PNPs) are immigration programs in Canada that allow provinces and territories to nominate individuals who address the specific economic and labor market needs of each province or territory.

Federal Programs for Permanent Residency

Canada offers several federal programs for permanent residency. These programs are designed to attract individuals with the skills and experience needed to contribute to the Canadian economy and society.

Mergers & Acquisitions

Mergers and acquisitions (M&A) in Canada are significant, with the country being an ideal location to establish and grow a business. Since 1985, more than 63,000 M&A transactions have been announced in Canada, with a known value of almost 3.7 trillion USD.

Significant Benefit Pathway

Significant Benefit Work permit applications are evaluated based on their potential to contribute significantly to Canada’s social, cultural, and economic landscape, ensuring a holistic consideration of the benefits they bring to the country.

Provincial Business Immigration Programs

Provincial Business Immigration Programs play a pivotal role in shaping Canada’s economic landscape by strategically attracting skilled entrepreneurs and business innovators to different regions of the country.

Citizenship through Investment

Canada does not have a direct Citizenship by Investment (CBI) program like some other countries, but it does offer a pathway to citizenship through investment in the form of the Start-Up Visa Program and the Quebec Immigrant Investor Program.

Employment and Social Development Canada (ESDC) Compliance

If a Canadian Corporation is found to be in violation of ESDC and IRCC standards serious consequences may follow. It’s important to address the issues identified in the inspection report and take corrective actions to ensure compliance with the relevant regulations.

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