Business Immigration – Facilitating Workforce Mobility

Remaining competitive is a critical need for any business. Opening a branch office, subsidiary, or affiliate entity in Canada may require foreign talent to commence, establish, or grow your business organization in North America. Proper immigration documentation is necessary to ensure compliance with Canadian law. Incomplete or inaccurate processing can cause delays, and a breach can have adverse consequences both for the foreign national and the company hosting the international assignment.

At Westbury Law, we work with corporate leadership teams to facilitate and expedite business immigration. If your business is looking to bring in global staff, we will work closely with you to gain the work status required to relocate foreign workers to Canada. As trusted partners, we respond quickly to immigration challenges and are an ongoing source of information and advocacy throughout the entry process.

Paths to Business Immigration in Canada

As experienced legal advisors in business immigration, our licensed legal counsel can identify the best route of entry for your business objectives and the specific circumstances of the situation. Specifically, we facilitate:

  • Business visits and work permits
  • Work permits under trade agreements
  • Temporary workers for multinational corporations
  • Intra-company transfers and expatriate assignments
  • Labour Market Impact Assessments (LMIA)
  • Permanent residence
  • Start-up visas
  • Compliance audits
  • Immigration status for athletes, entertainers, and artists
  • Immigration status for registered charitable institutions and clergy
  • Temporary seasonal workers for the agricultural sector

Westbury Law provides in-depth information about the timelines and requirements for immigration. With our exclusive focus on immigration and our commitment to high-quality service, we help clients develop effective corporate planning in step with the process of bringing new team members to Canada.

Contact Westbury Law

Arrange a consultation to discuss your business's immigration needs with a lawyer. Call 866-230-1306 or 416-306-0166 (locally). You can also contact us by email. Located in Toronto, Ontario, we serve clients globally.