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Effective Strategies for IMP-C11 Applications: Demonstrating Significant Benefits

In this CPD session, participants will gain an in-depth understanding of IMP-C11, including key eligibility criteria and detailed application process. They will learn to effectively navigate the application process, demonstrate significant benefits, and explore pathways to permanent residency. Through case studies, attendees will acquire practical strategies for successful IMP-C11 applications, enhancing their proficiency in managing entrepreneurial immigration cases.

 

Members:

FREE

Non Members:

$59.99

Date and time

June 13, 2024 (12:00PM-2:00PM EST)

Instructor

Al Parsai

Location

Online

CPD HOURS (APPROVED):

2

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Intra-Company Transferees (ICT)

In this CPD session, participants will gain an understanding of the essentials of Intra-Company Transferee Work Permits in Canadian immigration, including key concepts and LMIA exemptions. They will learn to identify the eligibility criteria and requirements for businesses and employees involved in ICT applications. The session will delve into role-specific qualifications for executives, managers, and specialized knowledge workers, using case studies for practical insights. Participants will also become proficient in the application procedures, understanding the necessary documentation and compliance strategies for successful ICT work permit applications. Additionally, they will explore the standard validity periods and extension guidelines for ICT work permits, gaining knowledge on how to maximize permit duration and create convincing applications.

 

Members:

FREE

Non Members:

$59.99

Date and time

July 11, 2024 (12:00PM-2:00PM EST)

Instructor

Al Parsai

Location

Online

CPD HOURS (APPROVED):

2

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Crafting Compelling Cover Letters for Immigration Applications

Upon completing this CPD session, participants will gain proficiency in crafting effective cover letters for various immigration applications. They will learn to integrate case laws strategically, articulate compelling narratives for temporary and permanent residence applications, and tailor cover letters to unique scenarios. This skillset will enhance their ability to represent clients effectively, ensuring better outcomes in the complex landscape of immigration.

 

Members:

FREE

Non Members:

$59.99

Date and time

Aug 8, 2024 (12:00PM-2:00PM EST)

Instructor

Al Parsai

Location

Online

CPD HOURS (APPROVED):

2

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Decoding Immigration Case Law: Understanding Its Use, Impact and Relevance

In this webinar, participants will deepen their understanding of the critical role that case law plays in shaping Canadian immigration policy and practice. We will explore landmark immigration cases, examining their impacts on current laws. Attendees will learn how to effectively research relevant case laws using key legal databases such as CanLII, and gain practical tips for navigating these resources efficiently. The session will also focus on the strategic application of case law findings to support client applications and appeals, underpinned by a strong emphasis on ethical considerations in legal practice. Additionally, there will be opportunities for real-time discussion and a Q&A segment, allowing participants to engage directly with the content and clarify their understanding of key concepts.

 

Members:

FREE

Non Members:

$59.99

Date and time

Sep 12, 2024 (12:00PM-2:00PM EST)

Instructor

Al Parsai

Location

Online

CPD HOURS (APPROVED):

2

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Comprehensive Guide to Handling Authorization to Return to Canada (ARC) Applications

Upon completing this session on "Handling Authorization to Return to Canada (ARC) Applications," participants will be able to: 1) Understand the ARC's role in Canadian immigration law, including its definition, importance, and differentiation from other removal orders. 2) Navigate the ARC application process, recognizing the nuances distinct from Temporary Resident Visa (TRV) applications, and comprehend the necessary documentation and fee structures. 3) Identify and articulate strategies to address causes of removal, incorporating humanitarian considerations and preventing recurrence of the reasons leading to removal. 4) Handle complex scenarios involving misrepresentation and deportation orders, equipped with knowledge about special cases and biometric requirements. Participants will also have the opportunity to clarify doubts and solidify their understanding through a Q&A session.

 

Members:

FREE

Non Members:

$59.99

Date and time

Oct 10, 2024 (12:00PM-2:00PM EST)

Instructor

Al Parsai

Location

Online

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Determining Who Can Be Inadmissible to Canada: Criteria and Cases

The participants will gain a comprehensive understanding of the various criteria for inadmissibility under Canadian immigration law. They will learn to assess and address cases involving security risks, criminality, health grounds, financial concerns, misrepresentation, and non-compliance. The session will enhance their decision-making skills in ambiguous cases and offer insights into legal remedies and appeals processes for overcoming inadmissibility, equipping them with practical knowledge to better assist their clients.

 

Members:

FREE

Non Members:

$59.99

Date and time

Nov 14, 2024 (12:00PM-2:00PM EST)

Instructor

Al Parsai

Location

Online

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CONTACT US

ICN Migration Club Inc.
308-100 Richmond St W,
Toronto, ON, M5H 3K6

Info@gsce.ca

(647) 325-6678