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Toronto Immigration Lawyers Advising Employers on Temporary Work Permit Renewals 

As a company grows and its business plans evolve, workers who may have been brought in temporarily to assist for a short or limited period of time may be required for a longer or more extended timeframe. Employers who find themselves in such a position will require legal guidance to ensure they comply with relevant legislation, effectively manage their risk, and that their business continues to operate effectively while it expands.

At Sultan Lawyers in Toronto, our exceptional team of workplace immigration lawyers advise Canadian, U.S. and international companies operating in Canada on a wide range of employment law and worker mobility issues. We provide legal guidance to employers who seek to ensure a smooth transition between temporary mandates without business disruption. We provide timely solutions to evolving business needs and ensure that companies have the resources needed to support their growth.

How We Can Help 

The team at Sultan Lawyers help employers ensure they are meeting their obligations with respect to temporary employees by:

  • Ensuring all temporary workers have the necessary work permits and other documents needed to work in Canada;
  • Ensuring that temporary workers comply with the conditions and time limits outlined in their work permits;
  • Assisting with corporate immigration strategic planning;
  • Preparing for mergers and acquisitions;
  • Applying for renewals of work permits where needed; and
  • Applying for additional visas or other permits where required.

With our guidance, companies can proactively prepare for growth, expansion, and continued success and ensure they are appropriately staffed at all times.

Sultan Lawyers: Advising Employers on Transfer of Employees to Canada 

The Toronto workplace immigration lawyers at Sultan Lawyers regularly advise our employer clients on how to move employees to Canada and how best to address changing business needs from a staffing perspective. We offer flat rate consultations, specifically designed to provide our clients with the information and tools they need to manage their issue and keep business moving. Contact us online or at 416-214-5111 for a consultation.


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