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Immigration


16 October 2017

CANADA/EU: Business mobility to be eased by new trade agreement

The new Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) between the European Union and Canada should ease the visa procedures for temporary foreign workers and short-term business visitors. Provisionally effective since 21 September, EU member states that ultimately will ratify the CETA can enjoy multiple provisions. One of the most important changes is that, under specific circumstances, short-term business visitors can enter Canada up to 90 days without work permits.  

How does this affect the client?

Foreign nationals can benefit from these provisions but are advised to consult an immigration specialist in order to determine if the new CETA-policies are applicable to their individual circumstances.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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