FLYOVER: AN OVERVIEW OF IMMIGRATION AND WORKFORCE MOBILITY NEWSApril 14th, 2016
Newsletter from our business immigration team.
JULIE LESSARD, partner and lawyer
Here are the different subjects covered in this April 14th, 2016 issue :
Ottawa eases requirements in an effort to facilitate access to the job market outside of Quebec for francophone foreign workers
Canada Border Services Agency charges the owner of a martial arts studio with illegally hiring foreign nationals
Canada’s tech startup sector urges the Canadian government to relax the conditions for hiring highly specialized foreign workers
Soon, non-Canadian spouses of Canadian citizens will no longer have to wait two years to obtain permanent-resident status
Economic immigrant selection: The first come first served policy is over and the Ministry will now choose based on labour market needs
- Corporate culture: The underestimated key to successful business integration
SPEAKING ENGAGEMENTS AND PRESENTATIONS
- The expertise of BCF Business Law’s Julie Lessard in high demand by prestigious partners in the month of March
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