Citizenship and Immigration: Keeping up with Best Practices in the Face of Constant Change: The Latest Immigration Strategies for Serving Your Clients (Archived Video Stream) 

Nov. 13, 2012
Toronto Online

ARCHIVED VIDEO STREAM
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In recent times, immigration regulation, policies and procedures have changed at a breath-taking pace. Learn the latest immigration strategies for dealing with timely issues, such as:

  1. The re-organization of the North American service delivery system, including:
    1. Ottawa? Vegreville? Ports of Entry? Temporary Foreign Worker Unit? Los Angeles? New York? Strategies for determining where you should file applications for TRVs, work permits or study permits;
    2. As the service delivery system has been reorganized, files have been transferred, and sometimes have "disappeared". Strategies for determining where they have gone, and how to track them down?
    3. Urgent situations - what are the best strategies for obtaining expedited processing and meeting client's tight deadlines? Are there options to waiting for the CPC in Vegreville?
    4. Temporary Resident Permits and Rehabilitation - Consular processing or port of entry - what are the best strategies for obtaining effective results?
    5. A-LMO or regular LMO processing - when is the A-LMO not the best choice?
  2. Permanent residence update, including:
    1. Just in time processing - What is it and why is it the wave of the future;
    2. The new skilled trade worker stream;
    3. Changes to the Canada Experience Class and the Skilled Worker Class;
    4. Navigating the options - Strategies for helping your client select the best category;


Speakers:
Robin Seligman, Barrister & Solicitor
Peter Rekai, Rekai LLP
B.J. Caruso, Corporate Immigration Law Firm

Chair: Gabriela Ramo, Greenberg Turner

Program Chair:
David Garson, Guberman Garson LLP

 

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