Past Event

Cross-border Business Travel Webinar: Best Practices for Travel between the U.S. and Canada
When: Tuesday, May 27, 2014 - 14:00 - Tuesday, May 27, 2014 - 15:15

The U.S. Consulate General in Toronto, Ontario Chamber of Commerce, and the Toronto-GTA Chapter of the American Chamber of Commerce in Canada would like to invite you to join our upcoming FREE webinar, ‘Cross-border Business Travel Webinar: Best Practices for Travel between the U.S. and Canada', taking place on May 27. 
Participation in the webinar is free of charge. Advance registration is required. 

Do you have questions about the process for sending workers temporarily across the border? Maybe they’re needed to perform after-sales warranty repairs, business development, or other tasks.  Learn about these and other topics including:

  • Do I need to get a work permit or visa to do temporary work, business development or exhibit at trade shows? 
  • Does NAFTA apply to my company?
  • What documentation is required at the border?

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Speakers from Fragomen, Del Rey, Bernsen and Loewy, LLP

Larry Linton: A Canadian Barrister and Solicitor, Mr. Linton is the Canadian Operations Leader in the firm’s Toronto office. He practices all aspects of Canadian inbound immigration and citizenship law. Larry advises prominent clients on an ongoing, proactive and effective basis in matters pertaining to the cross-border transfer of their executive, managerial, professional and other key personnel to companies involved in business in Canada.




Cynthia Shearn: Cindy joined the firm in 1997, and since that time, she has practiced exclusively in the area of corporate U.S. immigration law. Cindy currently represents multinational corporate clients in such industries as management and technology consulting, manufacturing, civil engineering, and specialty chemicals. Her practice in U.S. corporate immigration law includes nonimmigrant visas, permanent residence, and I-9 and Labor Condition Application (LCA) compliance.




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Supported by
AmCham Toronto-GTA