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Work Permit Under Nafta Agreement

0:44 16.4.2021 Napsal: petr.stibor

For more information on CUSMA work permits, let us help you by filling out our evaluation form. A CUSMA professional must be qualified to work in one of the 60 or so occupations targeted. Depending on the profession, a candidate may be required to present pedagogical qualifications and/or proof of professional experience in this field. Yes, yes. Persons who are not nationals but who have immigration status as legal permanent residence in other countries do not have access to facilitated entry under NAFTA. However, they continue to have access to any country through existing general or universal provisions on the entry of temporary foreign workers. Chapter 16 facilitates the temporary entry of citizens of the United States, Mexico and Canada whose activities are related to trade in goods or services or investments. NAFTA is a reciprocal agreement and Canadians will receive similar treatment when they enter the United States or Mexico. Chapter 16 is not a substitute, but complements our existing general provisions. A U.S. or Mexican business person wishing to enter Canada may be considered in accordance with NAFTA and general provisions applicable to all foreign workers. NAFTA reflects a preferential trade relationship that began between Canada and the United States under the Free Trade Agreement (FTA) and has now extended to Mexico.

With NAFTA coming into force, the free trade agreement was suspended. The Canada Work Permit RH Tool was designed to help employers cope with the complex process of hiring foreign workers. Work permits issued under the USMCA`s intra-company transfer category may be issued for a first registration of up to three years. Individuals who are authorized to enter Canada as USMCA business agents to open an office or be employed in a new office generally obtain a first work permit for up to one year. The text of the actual agreement can be found in Part V, Chapter 16. Essential skills or services are specific qualifications that are essential to the effectiveness of the company`s Canadian business activities, beyond the qualifications required by an ordinary skilled worker. Applications for work permits for NAFTA professionals can be made either at a port of entry or at a consular post around the world. Work permits for NAFTA professionals are granted for up to one year. However, if the foreigner still has to find that his entry is temporary, there is no limit to the number of extensions available in this category. However, if a decision were made to offer a temporary appeal to a teacher who is a U.S. citizen or a Mexican citizen, that person`s entry into Canada and the work permit would be facilitated by the provisions of NAFTA Chapter 16. To do this type of work in the United States, no visa is required for a Canadian citizen entering as a NAFTA professional, although a visa may be issued upon application for qualified Canadian visa applicants.

Professionals are not subject to the LMIA, but require a work permit (R204, T23). NOTE: This page is for U.S. (and Mexican) citizens who want to work in Canada. If you are a Canadian (or Mexican) citizen who wishes to work in the United States, please visit our website on NT professionals in the United States. The Canadian employer must be separated from the applicant applying for admission as a job seeker. This means that if the Canadian company offering a contract or employment to the applicant is an individual business managed by that applicant, registration in the „professional“ category cannot be granted; If the Canadian business is legally different from the applicant (i.e., a corporation with a separate corporation), but is essentially controlled by the applicant, admission as a professional must also be set up.