Log in

Bringing Tech Talent to Nova Scotia: What’s Your Tech Immigration Strategy?

  • 10 May 2022
  • 4:30 PM - 5:00 PM

Registration


Registration is closed


Multiple immigration pathways have been created by Canada’s immigration system to support tech companies across the country. It can be confusing to choose from a variety of pathways when bringing foreign tech talent to work for your team in Canada. This webinar will walk you through some of the most popular and fastest ways to bring the best foreign talent to Canada. A Q&A session will focus on your questions related to this subject.

After this webinar you will understand:

  • Each immigration program has its own target applicants. It’s important to get it right when submitting your foreign workers application as Immigration Canada will not think this out for you. Time is of the essence and thus a thorough planning and a tech immigration strategy is needed.
  • Not all foreign workers are the same. Each applicant’s particular background, skills and objectives can pivot you to a certain immigration pathway.
  • Multi-step immigration may be needed to help your foreign workers come to Canada and retain those workers in your company.

Meet the Presenter

Rakhmad Sobirov, Managing Lawyer at Sobirovs Law Firm

Rakhmad Sobirov is a truly international Canadian lawyer based in Toronto, Canada. Born and raised outside of Canada, Rakhmad has studied, lived, and worked in different countries before ultimately settling down in Canada in 2005.

He’s a managing lawyer of Sobirovs Law Firm – a boutique law firm that specializes in corporate immigration and business immigration. The Firm is a member of Digital Nova Scotia and helps Canadian companies bring in foreign talent to Canada. Specifically, the firm helps Canadian tech companies to hire and bring foreign tech talent to strengthen their Canadian workforce.

Some pages on this website require you to be logged in to your Digital Nova Scotia member account.  If you need assistance, please contact Aminah Hausermann at Aminah@digitalnovascotia.com

1301-1809 Barrington Street, Halifax, NS B3J 3K8

Powered by Wild Apricot Membership Software