FEM Detroit Chapter Meeting 09/28/16

Please join us for the FEM Detroit Chapter Meeting on September 28.

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Crossing the Border: Utilizing NAFTA to Work in Canada and the US

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As Human Resource and Global Mobility professionals working in the Metro Detroit area, we have seen first-hand the unique and prosperous relationship Canada and the US share. With the implementation of the NAFTA agreement in January 1994, many corporations expanded facility operations across the border to utilize the benefits of both workforces. Furthermore, as trade regulations eased, country border restrictions vanished as good and services were easily passed mutually among countries. These events have resulted in the need for a reciprocal exchange of workers to facilitate the business requirements in each country.

Please join us for a discussion on September 28 as we review employment immigration requirements for exchanging workers in Canada and the US under the NAFTA agreement. We will facilitate an open forum discussion centered around the various visa and work permit options Canadian and US workers have for working in Canada and the US. Additionally, we will discuss important trends and changes in employment immigration in Canada and the US that could affect your company. With featured corporate speakers to offer insight, we anticipate this discussion will be lively and thought provoking.

Date:
Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Where:
Kapnick Insurance Group
769 Chicago Rd.
Troy, MI 48083

Agenda:
8:30 – 9:00AM: Registration, Breakfast and Networking
9:00 – 11:00AM: Presentation and Q&A

Cost:

  • Complimentary to Corporate HR or Corporate Mobility resources that are involved in the administration of their company’s mobility program.
  • $150 USD for global mobility suppliers, per person, assuming the supplier has a valid Supplier Membership of $550.


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Desiree Schulz

Manager of Global Operations, Fakhoury Global Immigration

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