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Temporary Work Permits

Work Permits are required for foreign nationals who want to work in Canada. These are issued by IRCC and give authorization for someone to work legally in Canada. Temporary Work Permits explain the type of work the individual named can perform, the employer(s) they can provide labour for, where they are going to work and how long they are given permission to work.

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Episode 20: How Indian Tech Workers Can Move From the United States to Canada

Canada immigration lawyer Evelyn Ackah spoke to Dr. Alka Chopra Madan, founder of Global Women Power, and Nancy Tobesman, Vice President at Global Women Power, about how Indian foreign ...

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5 Reasons American Expats Choose Canada

Canada is increasingly becoming an attractive destination for Americans who want to move to a better quality of life. While some people look for a change of scenery by moving from the ...

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Does Nearshoring Tech Jobs Help Build A Stronger Canada?

The Toronto Star ran an article questioning, What is ‘nearshoring’? Is it good for Canada — or is our immigration system just bailing out Silicon Valley? Our Canada business immigration ...

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What Are the Best Options for Hong Kong Residents to Move to Vancouver?

Hong Kong's new security laws went into effect on July 1, 2020, and give China more authority over Hong Kong's governance and residents. Vancouver, Canada has strong connections ...

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How Tech Immigration Is Helping Canada During the Global Slowdown

During the pre-COVID global slowdown, Canada's immigration policies helped strengthen the countries economy. Canada has put into place programs to increase economic immigration ...

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H-1B Visa Denied? Try Nearshoring to Canada!

Fewer skilled foreign workers are able to get an H-1B visa, and businesses are looking for alternatives. A new H-1B process went into effect in 2020, including an additional USCIS ...

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Ackah Law Podcast

Each month I discuss an important topic in immigration and answer your questions. I will also invite immigration and cross-border business guest experts on the podcast. I answer ...

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