Do you have clients who are applying for, or are interested in applying for, a Start-Up Visa (SUV)? If so, you will want to attend our upcoming webinar on the latest changes to the SUV Program. Our informative session will discuss the recent updates and changes made by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) to the Start-Up Visa Program. Join us for an engaging discussion where we’ll explore the changes and their impact on the program.
To discuss the changes to the Start-Up Visa Program, we have invited Zeynab Ziaie – Partner at Visa Law Group, to join our webinar. We’re thrilled to have her guide us through the recent SUV changes. Together with our own host Marianella Manzur, we will delve into the recently introduced series of significant changes to the Start-Up Visa program and application process.
Together with Zeynab Ziaie, we are excited to discuss how to effectively prepare for the proposed changes by the IRCC. Our webinar will offer in-depth explanations of all the modifications, and by joining, you will gain invaluable insights into the key challenges posed by these changes and discover strategies to navigate them successfully.
Here’s a sneak peek of the questions that we’ll be discussing and answering during the webinar:
- What are the key changes to the Start-Up Visa Program?
- What is the objective behind the upcoming updates to the Start-Up Visa program?
- When will the changes take effect, and when can we anticipate further clarification from Canadian immigration authorities?
- In light of the new updates to the SUV program, what steps can applicants take to prepare their applications effectively and minimize the risk of refusal?
- How will these changes affect the immigration business plan?
- And more!
Join us for an enlightening webinar as we discuss the latest updates and changes in the Start-Up Visa Program. This tailor-made event is not to be missed by any immigration professional. Prepare your questions and secure your virtual seat today!
Webinar: Understanding the Start-Up Visa Changes! Q&A Session
August 30th, 2023, 11 am EST
Immigration Lawyer & Partner at Visa Law Group
Joorney Global Director of Marketing & Sales
Zeynab Ziaie has been assisting businesses and individuals with their immigration needs for over a decade. With a practice that merges business and immigration law, she advises clients on a wide range of immigration issues and provides strategic advice for short-term visa planning and long-term immigration purposes, including developing talent mobility strategies, understanding immigration compliance obligations and applying for permits and authorizations such as intra-company transfers and Labour Market Impact Assessments (including under the Global Talent Stream).
Zeynab is involved in Toronto’s tech community and regularly represents Canadian start-ups in bringing foreign talent to Canada as well as assisting start-up companies to come to Canada either through the start-up visa program. She is a leader in bringing the latest developments in AI used in immigration processing to applicants and immigration practitioners.
Marianella Manzur from Joorney Business Plans has over 20+ years of international experience in strategy, consulting, marketing, and sales. Originally from Colombia, she brings expertise from an array of industries in both Latin and North American markets. As Director of Sales & Marketing of Joorney Global, she channels her broad and diverse business knowledge into helping hundreds of entrepreneurs, startups, and business immigrants achieve their goals.
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