Canada's Immigration and Citizenship Bulletin

ISBN/ISSN/No. de produit : 0843-7564
Type de produit : Annual subscription newsletter
Coût de mise à jour prévu : 10 issues per year
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2017-08-03
Date de publication : 2017-01-01
Éditeur : Canada Law Book
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Description

This timely publication deals with aspects of both immigration and citizenship law and policy. Canada's Immigration and Citizenship Bulletin is issued 10 times per year and provides insight into issues such as sponsorship, refugee status, residency applications, inadmissibility, work permits, foreign adoptions and much more.It also includes important analysis and commentary from an experienced business immigration lawyer discussing current issues and topical procedural rulings by the Federal Court of Canada.This is an important and necessary resource for immigration lawyers, paralegals, human resources professionals and in-house counsel who have to deal with immigration and citizenship issues. It highlights critical and emerging issues, giving an in-depth review and assessment of the issues in a concise and easily readable manner.You can benefit from:
  • Quick access to recent developments in all areas related to immigration, including the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act
  • Practical advice for your clients on immigration and citizenship issues relating to their needs
  • Guidance when recruiting foreign workers and transferring staff internationally
  • Insight on hiring new immigrants and the challenges involved

À propos de l'auteur

Rudolf J. Kischer advises individuals, businesses, and the human resource departments of a number of corporations and non- profit organizations on immigration issues. Mr. Kischer has been qualified as an expert on immigration matters before immigration tribunals in Canada and the United States.
He acts as counsel for companies that are facing labour shortages and guides them in their quest to add employees from the foreign talent pool to their company team. He also represents foreign entrepreneurs seeking to invest in Canada and advises them on how they can set up their businesses so that they can gain a work permit and permanent residence. He has served as a consultant, a lecturer at UBC and is a frequent presenter at immigration law seminars.
Mr. Kischer has held a variety of positions on the Executive of the Canadian Bar Association (BC) Immigration Section and has been a member of the National Consultative Committee on Practices and Procedures with the Immigration Refugee Board in Ottawa.

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