Immigration decoded

Is your company preparing to recruit temporary foreign employees? Montréal International offers four specialized training sessions on obtaining a temporary work permit and the employer’s compliance obligations. 

TRAINING 1

Temporary Work Permit – Level 1 (Pre-requisite training)

Objectives:

  1. Learn the basic principles of the immigration system in Québec
  2. Understand the main issues related to temporary immigration in Québec
  3. Understand the processes involved in obtaining a work permit

Training plan

  • Legal Context
  • Different statuses in Canada
  • Hiring a foreign worker in Québec
  • Inadmissibility
  • Compliance and obligations
  • Family
  • Applying for permanent residence
  • Related topics
  • Montréal International

Trainers

Mélanie Houle, Vice-President and Lawyer, International Mobility Advisor
Eliane Claveau, CRIC, International Mobility Advisor
Marjolaine Petitot, Lawyer, International Mobility Advisor
Charlotte Kadowaki, Lawyer, International Mobility Advisor
Marie Létourneau, lawyer, International Mobility Advisor

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*Training sessions are offered in French only*


TRAINING 2 

Temporary Work Permits – Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA) and Québec Acceptance Certificate (CAQ) 

Objective: To examine in depth the components of obtaining a work permit requiring an LMIA and a CAQ

Training plan 

  • Legal context 
  • Hiring a foreign worker in Québec 
  • Labour Market Impact Assessment
  • High and low wage positions 
  • Regular, facilitated process and the global talent stream 
  • Transition Plan 
  • Compliance and Obligations 
  • CAQ
  • Work Permits 
  • Montréal International 

Trainers

Mélanie Houle, Vice-President and Lawyer, International Mobility Advisor
Eliane Claveau, CRIC, International Mobility Advisor
Marjolaine Petitot, Lawyer, International Mobility Advisor
Charlotte Kadowaki, Lawyer, International Mobility Advisor
Marie Létourneau, lawyer, International Mobility Advisor

Register now

*Training sessions are offered in French only*


TRAINING 3 

Temporary Work Permit – Exemption from Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA) and Québec Acceptance Certificate (CAQ) 

(Level 1 prerequisite) 

Objective: Know the specifics of work permits exempted from the LMIA and CAQ 

  • Intra-company transfer (C12) 
  • Free trade agreements (T23-T24) 
  • Reciprocity agreements (C20-C21) 
  • University hiring (C22-C44) 
  • The CSQ Holder (A75) 
  • Student Interns (C32) 
  • Open permits (C41-C42-C43) 

 Training Plan 

  • Legal Context 
  • Hiring a foreign worker under exemption 
  • Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA) exemptions 
  • Employer Compliance and Obligations 
  • Work Permits 
  • Montréal International 

Trainers

Mélanie Houle, Vice-President and Lawyer, International Mobility Advisor
Eliane Claveau, CRIC, International Mobility Advisor
Marjolaine Petitot, Lawyer, International Mobility Advisor
Charlotte Kadowaki, Lawyer, International Mobility Advisor
Marie Létourneau, lawyer, International Mobility Advisor

Register now

*Training sessions are offered in French only*


TRAINING 4 

Temporary Work Permit – Compliance Rules   

Objective: Know the employer’s compliance obligations and the consequences of non-compliance 

Training plan 

  • Compliance regime 
  • Employer obligations 
  • Best practices 
  • Compliance review 
  • Risks of non-compliance 

Trainers

Mélanie Houle, Vice-President and Lawyer, International Mobility Advisor
Eliane Claveau, CRIC, International Mobility Advisor
Marjolaine Petitot, Lawyer, International Mobility Advisor
Charlotte Kadowaki, Lawyer, International Mobility Advisor
Marie Létourneau, lawyer, International Mobility Advisor

Register now

*Training sessions are offered in French only*

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Mélanie Houle

Vice President - International Mobility