NAFTA WP Contract

AND

FWCANADA Inc., a federally registered corporation, having its head office at 4030 Saint-
Ambroise, Suite 250, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, H4C 2C7, herein represented on her own
account by Attorney Marisa Feil.

(hereafter referred to as “ATTORNEY”)

PREAMBLE:
CLIENT hereby agrees to retain ATTORNEY to provide legal counsel and representation in the
application for a Temporary Work Permit in Canada under the North American Free Trade Agreement,
and ATTORNEY does hereby agree to provide such services, the whole subject to the following
terms and conditions (the “Agreement”):

1. ENGAGEMENT OF ATTORNEY

CLIENT hereby agrees to engage ATTORNEY to provide legal representation and to carry out
the necessary activities with respect to CLIENT’s application for a Temporary Work Permit in
Canada, as per the currently published program
requirements, this service shall be provided exclusively in Canada.

2. DUTIES OF ATTORNEY

ATTORNEY shall:
(i). Assess CLIENT’s qualifications, and advise CLIENT as to what must be done in
order to qualify for a Temporary Work Permit in Canada;
(ii). Assist CLIENT in the preparation of the relevant application form(s);
(iii). Advise CLIENT about the amount of government fees required in support of
(iv). Review and analyze documents received in support of CLIENT’s education, training,
(v). Prepare a detailed cover letter, addressed to the appropriate government authorities,
CLIENT’s application; work/management experience, and, if necessary civil status;
outlining CLIENT’s qualifications and supporting CLIENT’s candidacy for a
temporary work permit in Canada; documents and Government of Canada processing fees;
(vi). Conduct final review of CLIENT’s application and related forms, supporting
(vii). Submit CLIENT’s application package to the appropriate office and confirm its
(viii). Track CLIENT’s file throughout the application process in order facilitate the
arrival;
(ix). Prepare the CLIENT, in advance, for a possible interview with a Canadian Visa
(x). Make additional written and/or oral representations to the Canadian office and/or
(xi). ATTORNEY shall use best efforts to obtain a temporary work permit in Canada for CLIENT, but cannot guarantee success or timelines.

3. DUTIES OF CLIENT

CLIENT shall:
(i). Provide valid contact information, including email, telephone, and mailing address, to
ATTORNEY, at all times during the validity of this Contract, and immediately notify
ATTORNEY of any changes in contact information;
(ii). Provide ATTORNEY with all information and documentation requested by
ATTORNEY and/or by the Government of Canada in a honest, truthful, timely, and
accurate manner;
(iii). Follow ATTORNEY’s reasonable advice in order to maximize eligibility;
(iv). At the expense of CLIENT, supporting documentation shall be translated into English
or French, if required;
(v). Provide the Attorney with a resume of CLIENT’s work experience and educational qualifications;
(vi). Disclose to ATTORNEY all information relating to any and all current or prior
criminal charges and/or convictions in any country, any serious mental or physical
health problems suffered by CLIENT and/or any of his accompanying family
members, and prior refusals to enter Canada, unauthorized admissions, deportations
from Canada or any other country;
(vii). Acknowledge that all correspondence with the Government of Canada relating to the
application for a Temporary Work Permit in Canada shall be done exclusively by ATTORNEY and CLIENT shall immediately inform ATTORNEY of any written and/or oral communication received by CLIENT from the Government of Canada;
(ii). Pay the fees required by the Canadian Government for the handling and processing of
the application and, if necessary, for any required medical examinations(s); and
(iii). Pay ATTORNEY all Fees set forth in the section 4 herein below. CLIENT
acknowledges and agrees that: it is his responsibility to ensure that the Fees arrive in
full at ATTORNEY’s principal place of business; only ATTORNEY is authorized to
issue receipt(s) for payment of the fees and that such receipt(s) will only be issued
upon the deposit in trust by ATTORNEY; ATTORNEY shall only be obligated to
CLIENT once the Fees are deposited in trust.

4. ATTORNEY FEES

CLIENT agrees to pay fees as follows (the “Fees”):
– TO FWCANADA INC. IN TRUST: The sum of USD 1000 immediately upon
execution of this Contract by CLIENT. ATTORNEY is authorized to release this sum
from her trust account after the ATTORNEY has completed her work to prepare the
Application Forms for submission to the appropriate Canadian Visa Office.

-TO FWCANDA INC. IN TRUST: The sum of USD 1000 prior to submission of
CLIENT’s application for a temporary work permit to the Government of Canada. The
ATTORNEY is authorized to release this sum from her trust account upon receipt of
payment.

Total Attorney fees = USD 2000
These fees are not refundable.

5. INTERPRETATION

(i). This contract shall be governed by the laws in effect in the Province of Quebec,
Canada.
(ii). As the context may require, the singular shall include the plural and vice versa; words
importing the masculine shall include the feminine gender and vice versa.
(iii). This Agreement can be executed by one or more of the parties hereto in any number
of counterparts, each of which shall be deemed to be an original, but all such
counterparts shall together constitute one and the same instrument.
(iv). The parties acknowledge that they have requested that the foregoing be drawn up in
the English language; Les parties reconnaissent qu’elles ont exigé que ce qui précède
soit rédigé en la langue anglaise.

The CLIENT agrees that the receipt of instructions, guides, emails and telephone calls or a
combination of the aforementioned constitutes the receipt of services from the ATTORNEY.

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