Welcome to the Ask Canada Immigration Lawyer Evelyn Ackah podcast. I answer your questions about moving to Canada and the US for work, for family, for life.
AEA025: Using Intra-Company Transfers and More Strategies To Move Your Business to Canada
How To Move Your Business To Canada Do you want to move your business to Canada? Do you also want to bring yourself and your family to Canada? As a business and personal immigration law firm, we work with successful and professional business owners from all over the world. We've helped many entrepreneurs and business owners move their businesses to Canada.
In this podcast, business immigration lawyer Evelyn Ackah explains the steps to move your business to Canada:
incorporation tax issues intracompany transfers work permits citizenship or residency requirements for business owners buying an existing business versus moving a business structuring your business naming your business shareholders NAFTA opportunities for American and Mexican citizens We work with successful and professional business owners from all over the world. For more information on how to move your business to Canada, and immigration to Canada or the United States in general, Ask Evelyn Ackah at Ackah Business Immigration today at (403) 452‑9515 or email us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
AEA024: Legal Entrepreneur Evelyn Ackah Talks With Jared Correia, Co-founder and COO of Gideon Legal
Business immigration lawyer and legal entrepreneur Evelyn Ackah, host of the Ask Canada Immigration Lawyer podcast, recently spoke to Jared Correia, founder and COO of Gideon Software, Inc. which offers intelligent chatbots, messaging and predictive analytics software built exclusively for law firms. A former practicing attorney in the United States, Jared D. Correia, Esq. is the CEO of Red Cave Law Firm Consulting, which offers subscription-based law firm business management consulting and technology services for solo and small law firms. He is also the host of the Legal Toolkit podcast and speaks frequently at industry events.
Some of the topics we discuss are:
Helping consumers connect more easily with lawyers Legal technology and the consumer experience How chatbots benefit legal consumers and law firm owners Legal entrepreneurship Incorporating technology into your law firm How legal technology can help law firm owners grow their business For more information on immigration to Canada or the United States, or if you have a question about how to grow your law firm, Ask Evelyn Ackah at Ackah Business Immigration today at (403) 452‑9515 or email us directly at email@example.com.
AEA023:Expat Entrepreneur Marla Brock on Launching a Business In Canada
On the Ask Canada Immigration Lawyer Evelyn Ackah Podcast, Canada business immigration lawyer Evelyn Ackah talks to American expat Marla Brock, the Founder and CEO of Kidcoover, Vancouver's leading resource for babysitters, nannies and au pairs and Canada's fastest-growing childcare agency.
Marla started the company while on maternity leave with her third child. She is a former lawyer and began her legal career in California's Silicon Valley, practiced law in Miami and later worked as a director of strategy at a publicly traded company in Vancouver. In life, I really believe that it's "not what you know, but what you do with what you know." Marla has also founded Cleancoover (an on-demand residential cleaning company), Carecoover (eldercare, home support and respite care) and Coover Immigration, (an immigration firm that specializes in the needs of foreign labourers).
Work Permits for Home Caregivers in Canada
A live-in caregiver in Canada must be qualified to provide care for the elderly, disabled or children. They work in private homes and do not have direct supervision as they do their jobs. Contact us today at 403-452-9515 or email us directly.
As in so many other parts of the world, though, there is a high demand for workers of this kind, and it is not unusual for foreign workers to seek employment as live-in caregivers in all parts of Canada. To accommodate the demand for this huge labour pool, the LCP or Home Caregiver Program was created by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC).
New In-Home Caregiver Programs Open For Applications Live-in Caregiver Program Ending November 29, 2019 Program Update: Open Work Permits Under the Interim Pathway for Caregivers Ackah Law Can Help Your Canadian Dream Come True
For more information on immigration to Canada or the United States, contact Ackah Business Immigration today at (403) 452‑9515 or email us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
AEA022: American Expat Linsey Jorn Talks About Moving To Canada
Canada business immigration lawyer Evelyn Ackah spoke to American expat and Ackah Law client Linsey Jorn about why she moved to Canada, and what it's like to move to Canada from the United States.
Linsey and Evelyn discuss her families immigration success story:
The tragedy that made Linsey and her family decide to move to Canada Why did they choose to move to Kelowna, Canada? Why Linsey left her 1st lawyer and instead hire Evelyn Ackah at Ackah Business Immigration Law to manage her immigration application? How long it took to get their application approved Applying to attend school in Canada Starting a business in Canada and hiring Canadian employees The most important quality in hiring an immigration lawyer Living in Kelowna versus living in Colorado NAFTA intercompany executive transfer Dual American / Canadian citizenship Making friends and how Canadians are different from Americans Ackah Law Can Help Your Canadian Dream Come True For more information on immigration to Canada or the United States, contact Ackah Business Immigration today at (403) 452‑9515 Ext. 100 or 1-800-932-1190 or email us directly at email@example.com.
AEA021: November 2020 Immigration News and Updates
November 10 Canada and United States immigration updates and news from Canada immigration lawyer Evelyn Ackah:
U.S. immigration changes do to the new Biden administration NEXUS extensions LMIA updates New Immigration pathways for foreign graduates Tech worker visas Nondiscretionary travel and quarantine exemptions Travel into Canada for humanitarian and compassionate grounds Expedited quarantine pilot in Calgary, Alberta DLI (designated learning institution) travel exemptions for graduate schools Ackah Law Can Help Your Canadian Dream Come True
For more information on immigration to Canada or the United States, contact Ackah Business Immigration today at (403) 452‑9515 Ext. 100 or 1-800-932-1190 or email us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org
AEA020: How Indian Tech Workers Can Move From the United States to Canada
Canada immigration lawyer Evelyn Ackah spoke Dr. Alka Chopra Madan, founder of Global Women Power, and Nancy Tobesman, Vice President at Global Women Power, about how Indian foreign workers and business owners in the United States can move to Canada to work or open a business, and then make Canada their permanent home.
Canada and U.S. immigration topics discussed include:
• Differences in U.S. and Canada immigration
• How H-1B visa holders and applicants can move to Canada
• NAFTA immigration to Canada
• Tech immigration to Canada
• Global Talent Stream
• Express Entry
• Spousal and Family
• Intra-company transfers
• Student visa
• How to set up a business in Canada