Strategic considerations for employers and foreign workers to adapt to changes in immigration law post-pandemic
Thursday, October 26, 2023
9:00 am – 4:00 pm
Vancouver Location TBA
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Who should attend: Lawyers specializing in business immigration law or those who wish to develop a practice in this area. The course may also be of interest to corporate/commercial lawyers, employment lawyers, in-house counsel, and human resource professionals.
Learning level: All levels
Learn about approaches and strategies immigration practitioners are employing as the federal and provincial governments continue to support temporary and permanent immigration pathways, including introducing progressive temporary public policies, while still facing processing inventories for certain pathways overseas and inland.
In some ways, immigration practice has improved, and in other ways, it has become more challenging. Learn how to utilize the improvements and address the challenges practically and effectively.
After taking this program, you will:
- be able to advise your clients on GTS LMIAs
- have up-to-date information on BC PNPs
- be aware of claims made to the Law Society and self-reporting to LIF
- gain knowledge regarding student compliance
- have up-to-date information on employer compliance
Law Society of BC CPD Hours: 6 hours (this course will contain a minimum of 1 hour pertaining to professional responsibility and ethics, client care and relations, and/or practice management).
Silvia Macedo — McCrea Immigration Law LLP, Vancouver
Craig Natsuhara — EY Law LLP, Vancouver
Helen Park — Dentons Canada LLP, Vancouver
Register by Sep. 28/23
After Sep. 28/23
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|Webinar Articled Student
*Please note: The in-person session is dependent on a minimum number of registrants and may not be confirmed until 4 weeks before the course date.
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