A port-of-entry examination is often the forgotten part of the process for companies bringing foreign workers into Canada on a work permit, Toronto immigration lawyer and Law Society Certified Specialist Lloyd Ament tells AdvocateDaily.com.
Ament, a partner at Basman Smith LLP, often works with employers to prepare applications for employees entering Canada as intra-company transferees or NATFA professionals.
On top of each package, he places a neat one-page summary that condenses the entire contents of the application, designed to make life as easy as possible for the border agent who makes the final decision when the employee arrives in the country.
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