Join our upcoming webinar, Unlocking Business Immigration Strategies When All Else Fails! – C10 Significant Benefit Work Permits on November 29 at 12 pm ET.
Mark Holthe, Founder of Holthe Immigration Law and Chief Inspirational Officer at The Canadian Immigration Institute, will be our special guest for a webinar that will focus on Canadian C10 Significant Benefit Work Permits.
Join us for an overview of the C10 program with unique insights into the valuable advantages it has over certain other business immigration frameworks.
The C10 Significant Benefit Work Permits serve as a bridge until a Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA) can be obtained, addressing situations where an urgent need arises to bring in a new hire who doesn’t qualify for an intra-company transferee work permit. This permit is crucial for companies facing time constraints and where the person needs to start immediately, especially when their presence is essential for running the company, impacting the workforce and the economy.
The C10 permit has two main roles. Firstly, it can bridge the gap until an LMIA is obtained, providing a temporary solution for urgent hiring needs. Secondly, it considers cases where a significant cultural, social, or economic benefit justifies overriding the need for an LMIA. In such cases, a well-explained business plan can be instrumental in securing the permit, especially when individuals are urgently needed and their presence has spillover effects on various areas.
This webinar is a must-watch for anyone working with the C10, ICT or LMIA programs as well as anyone considering applying for C10 status. Register now and save your place for a conversation that will surely be full of valuable information!
Among other topics, Mark will share his insights on answers to these questions:
- How does the C10 Significant Benefit Work Permit compare to other business immigration programs in Canada? What advantages does it offer?
- How can immigration professionals working with ICT and self-employed programs benefit from offering C10 work permits to their clients?
- What are some real-life scenarios where the C10 permit has been a solution for companies facing time constraints in urgent hiring situations?
- How does the C10 permit address cases where a new hire doesn’t qualify for an intra-company transferee work permit, and time is of the essence for the company?
- How can a C10 work permit act as a bridge until the LMIA has been obtained?
- What challenges do companies face when a new hire doesn’t fit the traditional ICT transfer model? And how can the C10 permit address these challenges?
- And much more!
Join us for this unique opportunity to learn from an expert about the C10 program and gain valuable tips to use with your next client.
Webinar: Unlocking Business Immigration Strategies When All Else Fails! – C10 Significant Benefit Work Permits
November 29th, 2023, 12 pm ET
This is a free event!
Founder of Holthe Immigration Law
Joorney Global Director of Marketing & Sales
Mark Holthe is experienced in assisting clients with all aspects of Canadian immigration law. Mark provides strategic immigration advice to international and domestic companies seeking to recruit and retain foreign skilled and semi-skilled personnel. A former Chair of the Canadian Bar Association’s Immigration Section and Immigration officer, Mark also assists temporary foreign workers with their transition to permanent resident status in Canada. Mark is the founder of the Canadian Immigration Institute and the Canadian Immigration Podcast and hosts a weekly Canadian Immigration Live Q&A on his YouTube Channel.
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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