ICT Intra-Company Transferee Work Permit Business Plan
The Intra-Company Transferees (ICT) option is part of the International Mobility Program (IMP). It is intended to allow international companies to transfer executives, managers, and skilled employees to create or develop their Canadian affiliates, branches, or subsidiaries. As with other options under the IMP, the ICT’s aim is to bring significant economic benefit by increasing the effectiveness and competitiveness of the Canadian business(es).
The proposed transferee must have an existing or recent relationship with the foreign enterprise who wishes to send them to the Canadian business. The transferee must be an executive, senior manager, or an employee with highly specialized or essential knowledge. It must be evident that the employee has the ability to launch a new venture or will make a considerable improvement to an existing one.
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ICT Intra-Company Transferee Work Permit Business Plan Samples
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