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By Benjamin A. Kranc
Since the beginning of time (or so it seems), Canadian immigration law has had a large black hole from which no one could escape.
By Benjamin A. Kranc
On April 1, 2011, Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) announced that subject to various exceptions, work permits in Canada would be capped at four years.
By Benjamin A. Kranc
Further to the myriad of changes that have affected Canada’s Temporary Worker Program in the last few years, it appears that we still haven’t seen the end.
By Benjamin A. Kranc
In June 2014, Citizenship and Immigration Canada released Operations Bulletin 575, containing new guidelines with regard to Intra-Company Transfers for personnel with specialized knowledge.
By Benjamin A. Kranc
We had previously written about the new ‘Express Entry’ Canadian permanent residence application system. The system is set to commence on January 1, 2015.
By Benjamin A. Kranc
In addition to the myriad of continuing changes to Canada’s Temporary Foreign Worker Program (TFWP) made available to the public, there is a significant amount of unpublished information ‘below the surface’.
By Benjamin A. Kranc
Ever since the ‘Royal Bank Scandal’ in 2013, the Canadian immigration system continues to implement further guidelines, restrictions, requirements and constraints for employers.
By Benjamin A. Kranc
Canada has announced that it has entered into yet another free trade agreement - this time with South Korea, and this time, with some ‘new and improved’ immigration provisions.
By Benjamin A. Kranc
Currently, there are essentially three programs by which skilled workers can seek permanent residence (in addition to provincial programs).
By Benjamin A. Kranc
CIC issued new guidelines yesterday, detailing its new method of assessing Intra-Company Transfers based on Specialized Knowledge.
By Benjamin A. Kranc
Employment and Social Development Canada has announced further sweeping changes to its Temporary Foreign Worker Program (TFWP).