The CELIA Alliance is delighted to announce further expansion in their North American coverage to include Canada, with the addition of new member firm Kranc Associates, with effect from 1st June 2016.
The CELIA Alliance has added five new members in the past year alone taking the Alliance to a total of 22 firms, in 19 jurisdictions, across three continents (Europe, Asia and North America). Member firms are selected on the basis of expertise and service standards which enable them to cater to the complex employment needs of global employers.
Kranc Associates is a leader in the field of Canadian corporate immigration law. Along with the conventional services relating to the procurement of work permits or other immigration documents, they offer specialised immigration services such as compliance reviews and employer policy analysis, crucial under today’s Canadian immigration regime. They also provide added managerial-level support relating to work permit expiration monitoring, web-based status updates, and other features required in a modern immigration or HR environment. In addition to their core immigration expertise, they offer corporate clients a wider spectrum of related HR services through their litigation and employment law counsel.
Benjamin Kranc of Kranc Associates commented: “We are delighted to be joining the CELIA Alliance and welcome the opportunity that this provides us to offer our clients international access to the broad range of HR and tax services that they need in today’s globalised employment market.”
For further information on Kranc Associates please visit the firm’s profile page here.
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