To be competitive in the global marketplace, many businesses in Canada must respond quickly and efficiently to bring in skilled professionals and managers when needed.

It is often necessary to hire someone from abroad to fill a position within your company, or it may be ideal to transfer an employee from a foreign office to your Canadian office.

Our team of lawyers and professionals at Campbell Cohen specialize in assisting businesses of all sizes in solving human resource issues. With many years of experience in immigration, the work permit specialists will help you identify the federal or provincial government program most suitable to facilitate the entry of foreign workers. Our team will help you navigate the process of obtaining the necessary work visas (work permits) for any number of employees.

Please complete this short form to submit your work permit query directly to our specialists. We will respond immediately with an evaluation of your needs.

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