North American Relocation Law (Print + ProView online)

Benjamin A. Kranc

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Certified by the Law Society of Upper Canada as a Specialist in Immigration Law North American Relocation Law is both a substantive text and a practical how-to manual for bringing skilled personnel to Canada, the United States and Mexico. It efficiently guides you through the relocation process from beginning to end. It covers not only immigration issues but also related issues of tax, employment law, customs and duties, and other relevant areas. This resource provides you with immediate access to:

  • Immigration requirements including important U.S. and Canadian immigration directives
  • Mexican immigration concepts
  • Ongoing changes to Canadian permanent residence application procedures
  • Sample letters and real life examples
  • Useful precedents and templates to let you hit the ground running on complex issues
  • Procedures on how to overcome criminal and other inadmissibility issues
  • Where and when to apply for work permits and other visas
  • Customs matters relating to the cross-border movement of goods and related issues
  • Employment law issues including employment standards, termination and severance pay, and post-employment restrictions
  • Tax concerns including implications for both employers and employees and more!
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Practice Area:
Human Resources,Immigration and Naturalization Law


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