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Get the ACKAH Law Passport

6 February 2017

Whether moving for work, education or personal pursuits, you need the ACKAH Law Passport to ensure smooth sailing and confidence through the immigration process to Canada or the US.

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US Executive Order

30 January 2017

*Ackah Law Update - US Executive Order*

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April Speaking Engagements for Evelyn

13 January 2017

Evelyn will be presenting a seminar in Vancouver for the APEG BC on Monday, April 3rd, 2017.

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Moving to Canada from the United States

17 November 2016

Are you a US Citizen concerned about the results of your recent election?  If you are considering a move north, we can help[/our-expertise/temporary-residence-folder/self-employed-applications-for-permanent-residence-in-canada-3/].

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October Speaking Engagements for Ackah Law

4 October 2016

On October 18, 2016, Evelyn Ackah will be presenting to the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Alberta on the NAFTA Requirements for Working in the United States  APEGA[]

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September Speaking Engagements for Ackah Law

2 September 2016

On September 14, 2016, Natasha Lakhani will be presenting at the Human Resource Institute of Alberta Breakfast Seminar in Red Deer, Alberta

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Exciting News about Ackah Business Immigration Law

8 June 2016

Good morning friends and clients, I am pleased to share some exciting news about Ackah Business Immigration Law:

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Ackah Law Now Offering Employer Immigration Compliance Review Services!

22 April 2016

Ackah Business Immigration Law is pleased to announce that it has begun offering employer immigration *compliance review services* to assist clients who have obtained Labour Market Impact Assessments under the Temporary Foreign Worker Program as well as those who have foreign workers in Canada under the International Mobility Program. Given the government’s increased focus on compliance and the expansion of Employer Compliance Reviews (“ECR”) and Investigations, we believe that it is important employers are prepared.  1 out of 3 businesses will go through a compliance review every year–are you prepared? If the business is found to be non-compliant, employers can face significant monetary fines up to a maximum of $1 million, a ban of 1 to 10 years or even permanent bans from using the TFW program again. As well, CIC and Service Canada are prepared to publish the names of non-compliant employers. *To further assist our clients, we have developed a new employer immigration compliance review program with services to assist you to ensure you are compliant with the new rules and are keeping all the correct documents and responding appropriately if selected for an ECR*.

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Canadian PR Rules: Express Entry, Portals and Invitations To Apply - Oh My!

21 April 2016

In early 2015, Evelyn Ackah presented a webinar on Express Entry. The webinar reviewed many changes and impacts of the Express Entry PR process.

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