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"Leveraging the CPTPP: Opportunities for UK and Canadian Businesses" with Al Parsai, CEO of Parsai Immigration Services.

On May 17th, 2024 the UK ratified the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP) opening a world of business opportunities in the UK and Canada. With the agreement expected to come into force by the end of 2024, businesses must prepare and take advantage of the upcoming benefits. 


The BCCTC, together with Al Parsai, CEO of Parsai Immigration Services, co-hosted an online session titled "Leveraging the CPTPP: Opportunities for UK and Canadian Businesses” on June 26th focused on the impact of CPTPP on work permits for UK professionals in Canada and the hiring opportunities for Canadian employers.


Al Parsai is the CEO of Parsai Immigration Services and an Adjunct Professor at Queen's University Law School. He is a bestselling author of "88 Tips on Immigration to Canada" and a highly regarded Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant (RCIC-IRB). With a background in education and extensive experience in immigration consulting, Al is well-versed in the intricacies of Canadian immigration law and policy. He frequently speaks on topics related to immigration law, cultural intelligence, diversity, equity, and inclusion.


Al provided a summary of the CPTPP, detailing the benefits for UK and Canadian businesses and the timeline for implementation. He covered the implications this agreement represents for UK professionals and Canadian employers, from changes to work permits for UK professionals in Canada and new hiring opportunities for Canadian employers.


Al also gave valuable insights on how to prepare your business for CPTPP, suggesting key steps to take before the agreement comes into force as well as best practices with a few case studies. Al, CEO of Parsai Immigration Services, is a Sponsor Members of the BCCTC.


The BCCTC, and our members, are here to support businesses every step of the way.


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