Thursday April 11, 2019
Canada offers many visa, work permit, and immigration opportunities to performing artists. However, there are many complexities along the way. The leaders and professionals in the field of performing arts are rarely aware of their options. If you are inviting performing artist to Canada whether, for temporary opportunities or employment, you need to know your options. Al Parsai is a Regulated Canadian Immigration consultant, a College instructor, and the author of "88 Tips on Immigration to Canada." He has represented hundreds of artists in their journey to visit, work, or immigrate to Canada. Al's engaging workshop provides answers to many of your questions. Do not miss this opportunity!
- Work and visa options for performing artists
- Immigration options for performing artists
- Potential challenges
- Potential solutions to those challenges
This information session will allow you to ask questions and learn more about your options!
Date: Thursday April 11, 2019
Time: 3:00pm - 4:30pm
Location: TAPA Offices, 401 Richmond Street West Suite 350A
Parsai Immigration Services is in the Financial District of Toronto at the Sheraton Centre. We have helped thousands of applicants with their Canadian visa, eTA, study permit, work permit, immigration, and citizenship applications since January 2011. We are a proud member of the British Canadian Chamber of Trade and Commerce and Toronto Hispanic Chamber of Commerce. We are also a partner or representative of many other organizations.
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