As a follow-up to our February 1st discussion concerning contingency planning for those not selected in the lottery, this talk will focus on the Canadian option. Whether a US and Canadian company or just a U.S. company, Managing Attorney, Clinton Green highlighted how clients can leverage immigration options in Canada to provide continuity for those U.S. workers who run out of runway because of an unsuccessful H-1B cap season. As a progressive skilled worker destination that shares time zones with the U.S. Canada has become a natural option for displaced U.S. workers who are stymied by the artificial H-1B Cap.
In addition to learning about the different immigration options for hiring workers in Canada and key recruitment strategies for starting operations or scaling existing operations in Canada quickly – we highlighted how Brown Immigration Law supports businesses to support Canadian permanent residence within two years of entry, or the alternative of finding a way back to the U.S. after a short stint in Canada.
*This webinar is offering SHRM Professional Development Credit.