This GMS Flash Alert notifies readers that the KPMG International member firm in Canada is offering a Webinar on May 11, 2017, that will shed light on the new immigration policies and practices in the U.S. and Canada.
With the signing of the “Buy American – Hire American” Executive Order1 by U.S. President Donald Trump on April 18, 2017, it could become even more challenging for employers to transfer key foreign skills to the United States.
In Canada, on the other hand, the government plans to introduce innovative changes to immigration policy on June 12, 2017, that will facilitate the ability of Canadian businesses to secure the services of global talent in a highly competitive market.
The KPMG International member firm in Canada is offering a Webinar on May 11, 2017, that will shed light on the new policies and practices – see registration details below.
Immigration counsel, global mobility professionals charged with the immigration affairs of their international assignees, and the assignees themselves should stay abreast of these developments as they may impact the services they provide their clients and the ability of workers to enter and work in the United States and Canada.
The KPMG International member firm in Canada is offering a Webinar that will shed light on the new policies and practices expected to take effect in the United States and Canada and how there may be opportunities for employers and their employees related to the upcoming changes.
This special session is designed to share ideas and strategies with leading immigration practitioners, government officials, and registrants in a “town hall” environment. Join us for this unique opportunity to discuss best practices, to formulate decisions for your business in Canada and the U.S., and to begin the conversation about the future of immigration.
1. Innovative Canadian Initiatives
2. U.S. Initiatives
Date of Webinar: May 11, 2017
Time: 7:45 am – 11:00 am EDT
Register/RSVP: Click here to register and for additional Webinar/Conference details.
In the body of the registration email, please make sure you provide:
For addtional information or assistance, please contact your local GMS or People Services professional*, or the following immigration professional with the KPMG International member firm in Canada:
Howard Greenberg, Partner-Immigration, KPMG Law, Canada
Tel.: +1-416-943-0288 x224
* KPMG LLP (U.S.) does not provide any immigration services. However, KPMG LLP Law in Canada can assist clients with U.S. immigration matters.
The information contained in this newsletter was submitted by the KPMG International member firm in Canada.
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