Immigration and International Mobility
Your immigration guides
Your projects in Canada are unique and deserve a customized strategy. Our team of experienced professionals will help you determine the best solutions to make your projects in Canada a reality.
In a context where qualified labour is becoming scarce in Québec, looking to the international market to meet its talent needs is becoming a preferred solution for businesses. Although international recruitment is becoming more and more accessible, the rules remain complex and numerous. Our professionals offer a wide range of immigration legal services to businesses, from obtaining and renewing work permits to transferring executives and obtaining visas for Canada. Our team is also able to aid your employees wishing to settle permanently in Canada following an international mobility process.
Thanks to our multidisciplinary team, our professionals are also able to advise employers and newcomers on their compliance, labour law and tax obligations in an international context.
Our team also assists many individuals in their application for permanent residence, citizenship, study or travel to Canada. With several years of experience, our professionals will determine the best strategy to make your projects a reality.
- Administrative Remedies
- Application for a Post-Graduation Work Permit
- Application for a Study Permit
- Application for a Youth Pro Work Permit and Working Holiday Visa (WHV)
- Application for Citizenship
- Application for Permanent Residence
- Application for Temporary Resident Visa
- Application for Work Permits Under International Agreements
- Application for Work Permits: Regular and Simplified Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA) Studies
- Economic Immigration (Investors, Skilled Workers, Entrepreneurs, Quebec Experience Program (QEP))
- Global Talent Stream Work Permit Application
- Intra-Company Transfers
- Labour Law
- Sponsorship and Family Reunification
- Tax Law
- Work Permit Exemption
Labour and Employment
Medical Masks Mandatory At All Times in All Quebec Workplaces
Since July 18, 2020, masks or face coverings have been mandatory in all enclosed and partially enclosed public places for anyone over the age of 12 years old in the province of Quebec.
Technology, Intellectual Property and Communications
Canada’s Crack Down on Data Privacy and What This Could Mean for International Business
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Labour and Employment
COVID-19 Vaccine: Employee Choice or Employer Requirement?
During a recent press conference, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau reiterated that those who wish to be vaccinated against COVID-19, will be able to receive their vaccine by the end of September 2021.