In today's global market, companies are no longer bound by borders. Your ability to quickly and efficiency relocate skilled professionals is what will give you a competitive advantage.

The law firm of Campbell Cohen provides solutions to immigration-related human resource issues for businesses of any size. With many years of experience in immigration and with superior knowledge of all provincial and federal government programs, our team can help you establish your business in Canada and transfer workers to Canadian affiliates. Our team of lawyers and work permit specialists will assist you in navigating the process of obtaining the necessary Canada work visas (work permits) for any number of employees.

Setting up a new business in Canada represents an exciting and lucrative opportunity for foreign investors, entrepreneurs, and businesses. According to KPMG's Competitive Alternatives study, Canada was found to be the least costly place to do business among G7 nations.

Please use the form below to submit your inquiry regarding either setting up a business in Canada or transferring employees to Canada. We will respond immediately with an evaluation of how our specialists can best serve your needs.

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