This book is essential for: Intermediate—advanced lawyers practicing in the area of business immigration law or those who wish to develop a practice in this area; it may also be of interest to corporate/commercial lawyers and accountants.
Current to: September 2006
These materials explore the most timely and relevant issues facing today's business immigrants and their advisors. Receive the most up-to-date analysis of: entrepreneur class, provincial nominee programs, self-employed immigrants, working in the interim, ethical considerations, residency obligation exemptions, taxation issues, and tax and accounting standards in the four main source countries. This reference is chock full of practical tips, strategies, and advice that will enable you to get the best results for your client, and to determine the key factors that must be weighed in deciding which route to take.