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Understanding Canadian Work Permits: Eligibility, Rights, and Obligations

There are many categories of work permits that foreign nationals can hold in Canada, each with pros and cons. Join immigration lawyer Hanaa Al Sharief and PEI’s Justice Avenues program for a free in-person session on navigating Canadian work permits at the Charlottetown Learning Library on June 10 from 6–8 pm. The session will walk through the eligibility criteria for key work permit categories available for temporary residents in Canada and the rights and obligations of work permit holders.

Hanaa Al Sharief is an Immigration Lawyer at McInnes Cooper. Bilingual in Arabic and English, Hanaa has more than a decade of global working experience. Hanaa delivers cost-effective and strategic advice to corporate and individual clients in all areas of Canadian immigration law. She assists corporations seeking to transfer foreign workers to Canada under federal and provincial immigration programs, as well as individuals seeking temporary residence status (i.e. visitor visas, study permits, work permits, temporary resident permits), permanent residence status, and citizenship.

Justice Avenues provide free resources, support, and a safe environment for racialized people to learn about their legal rights and options. They also offer free lawyer referrals and legal clinics. Apart of Community Legal Information and funded by Justice Canada.

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