• Promises Made. Promises Delivered. Join Canada Immigration and Visa Services (CIVS) and Canoscope on Friday July 10th 19:00 IST (13:30 UTC) to attend our webinar about the Owner Operator LMIA Pathway for you and your family to resettle in Canada by starting or purchasing a business. A webinar reservation and ticket includes a copy of our Owner Operator LMIA Guidebook and the price paid for a webinar ticket will be discounted from further services if CIVS -  Canoscope is retained for immigration services in the future. 6 months ago, and before COVID-19, we held our last seminar in person in Delhi. The clients we retained from that seminar who have started or purchased a business have since achieved status in Canada. The Owner Operator LMIA Pathway when executed correctly can result in permanent residency status for the primary applicant and their family in under 12 months. After we've confirmed your purchase, you will receive a registration link and unique token to log in to the webinar. All you need is a smart device with an internet connection to join the webinar. When: July 10th, 2020
    • 21:20 GMT +8 (Hong Kong)
    • 19:00 GMT+5:30 (India)
    • 17:30  GMT+4 (UAE / Gulf Region)
    • 07:30 GMT-6 (Calgary, Alberta, Canada)
    • 06:30 GMT-7 (Vancouver – Surrey, BC, Canada)
    • 13:30 UTC+0 (Universal Coordinated Time)
  • The ICT Program was designed by the Government of Canada to allow foreign nationals to work in Canada without an LMIA to establish or launch the Canadian operations of an existing international company. The work permit granted for an Intra Company Transferee applicant is LMIA-exempt and falls under exemption code C-12. The program was not designed as a pathway to permanent residency, but depending on the circumstances, there may be a pathway for individuals and their families to immigrate permanently after being issued a work permit as an ICT. Once you receive a work permit, your spouse automatically is eligible for an open work permit, where they can work anywhere in Canada. Yourself, as well as your children or dependents, will be eligible for free healthcare, subsidized education, and many of the other benefits Canadians enjoy. A pathway to Permanent Residency is more common after having gained the work experience necessary to apply for the appropriate immigration stream or if other circumstances change, such as your spouse obtaining skilled work experience in Canada on an open work permit or improvement of your language skills, etc. This guidebook focuses on the process for eligible candidates to secure a work permit and visa using this pathway.
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