Mondaq Canada: Immigration Advice Centre

The Immigration MAC has been produced by leading experts in the sector, with extensive domestic and international experience in all aspects related to both individual and business immigration.

Focusing on the commercial goals of our users, the Immigration MAC provides an overview of the delicate matters that can arise at any time.

Navigating MAC Content:

Content selection: The “Related Guides” tab, located at top right of your screen, is your navigation hub. Core topics break down into more detailed and specific topic areas.

Search results: After selection a collated list of results can be found in the main body of the MAC page.

Document types: Three are currently available for selection:

  • Practice guide

  • Checklist

  • Template precedents

Title selection: Click to view full content page and to print, email or forward on. Via the right hand column, navigate to “Other Guides” and where available, to relevant “Supporting Documents”.

Follow up actions: The bottom section of each page presents a number of actionable options for users:

  • Contact the author

  • Download template (precedents only)

  • Email firm

  • More from this firm

  • View website

  • Meet the experts

In addition to the key search and filtering functionality, the Immigration MAC offers a number of other useful services, including:

  • Related articles

  • Significant recent cases

  • Useful resources, including relevant associations and sector insight

  • Upcoming events

  • Sponsor details

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Significant Recent Cases
Green and Spiegel keep you up-to-date with the latest legal developments affecting immigration and relocation.
Useful Resources
As of January 2015, there is a new system to manage how people with skilled work experience apply to immigrate to Canada. It is called Express Entry.
If you are a citizen or permanent resident of Canada and at least 18 years old, you can sponsor certain relatives to come to Canada under the Family Class.
Government of Canada website where you can apply to visit, study, work or immigrate to Canada, apply for citizenship or a permanent resident card, check the status of your application or find a form.
Almost all of Canada’s provinces and territories can nominate people to immigrate to Canada.
Apply to work in Canada, extend a work permit or hire a foreign worker.
Federal court liaison committees
Upcoming Events
Click here to search for up-coming immigration related professional development programmes. Just enter the key word "Immigration" in the search box.
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