Immigration

6 Changes in Canadian Immigration Law in 2019

6 Changes in Canadian Immigration Law in 2019

As Canada aims to welcome a million immigrants in three years, changes had to be made to their immigration policies. Here are six key changes in Canadian immigration law in 2019

New Brunswick lawyer and honorary consul knighted by King of Norway

New Brunswick lawyer and honorary consul knighted by King of Norway

Robert Jette is being recognized for his “outstanding service in the interest of Norway”

New Federal Court pilot will fill gap for unrepresented immigrants, says judge

New Federal Court pilot will fill gap for unrepresented immigrants, says judge

Justice Alan Diner describes how six-month Toronto pilot project will operate and improve administration of justice

Federal court piloting pro-bono services for self-reps in immigration and refugee matters

Federal court piloting pro-bono services for self-reps in immigration and refugee matters

Pilot focuses on litigants who are neither eligible for legal aid nor able to afford a lawyer

New preclearance agreement violates Charter rights, says lawyer

New preclearance agreement violates Charter rights, says lawyer

Regulations give enhanced power to U.S. border agents

Immigration lawyers skeptical about consultant regulation

Immigration lawyers skeptical about consultant regulation

The federal government is creating a new regulatory regime for immigration consultants