Business immigration law across countries have been undergoing changes and is becoming more complex by the day. Seabrook McLeod and Associates in Delta offers strategic advice to businesses and investors on a full range of Canadian business immigration matters. So whether you require foreign talent for short-term projects or wish to transition them to permanent residents, you just need to let us know and we will guide you through the immigration procedure. Rely on us to help you with:
Provincial Nominee Program
Most provinces and territories have a specific criterion to nominate immigrants through the Provincial Nominee Program. Immigrants nominated through this program should meet the eligibility criteria set by the province and need to meet a minimum investment requirement.
Business or Investor Class
This program is for foreign investors and entrepreneurs who are qualified and have a high net worth. If you are planning on expanding your business or planning to invest in Canada, you can turn to Seabrook McLeod and Associates and we will take you through the business streams that the federal government has listed for the province you plan to do business in.
Foreign nationals need work permits to make them eligible to work in Canada. The permits are usually employer specific and state the type of work the individual will be doing and how long they will be permitted to work in Canada. Count on our lawyers to help you with:
Labour Market Impact Assessments (LMIA)
International experience Canada
Permits allowed under international agreements
Student work permits
Student Work Permit
When applying for this type of program, foreign national needs to provide proof of acceptance into an approved institution show that he/she has the required funds and provide other documents. In some cases, students will be eligible for open work permits after they complete their studies. To learn more about the business immigration procedure to Canada, get in touch with us.