CICC - CPD Hours - 2.0 Hours
Presented by: Canadian Career Education College / CPD House
Program available date: Oct 22, 2022
Intra-company transferees may apply for work permits under the general provision if they are currently employed by a multi-national company and seeking entry to work in a parent, a subsidiary, a branch, or an affiliate of that enterprise. Example: A software design company from the United States, ABC ltd., wishes to transfer an applicant to its affiliate in Canada. This American company recently acquired a smaller software design company in the United States and wishes to transfer an employee from the acquired company to its affiliate in Canada. Since ABC ltd. has assumed the interests and obligations of the smaller software company and continues to operate the same type of business, the applicant may be considered for intra-company transfer. This process does not require a LMIA and allows applicants to change status within Canada to another temp. or permanent status. In this session attendees learn how to identify these errors and follow procedures to correct them, for the best interest of clients.
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