Ackah Law has provided services to n-gen People Performance Inc. for over 5 years. From the initial consultation of our needs through the evolution and growth of our business, Evelyn and the Ackah team of lawyers and professionals have been integral support in our growing business in the United States.
Adwoa K. Buahene M.A., Managing Partner, n-gen People Performance Inc.
In my role leading Human Resources and Corporate Services environments over the years, it has been my pleasure to work with Ackah Business Immigration Law, engaging their services and legal counsel for a wide variety of immigration matters. I have found their practice to be professional, knowledgeable and responsive, always at the forefront in educating clients on the changing face of Immigration legislation and requirements. It is my pleasure to recommend Ackah Business Immigration Law as experts in their field.
Marci Hamilton, Manager, Corporate Services
Evelyn and her team are amazing resources. Evelyn has been fantastic to work with and has supported me on various projects I’ve worked on and has been a great support to the people I work with. Ackah Business Immigration Law is my number 1 choice when it comes to immigration support.
Sean Alley, Human Resources Generalist
We have been using the services of Ackah Business Immigration Law for over 5 years. Evelyn and her team have provided vital and critical help to us in navigating the complicated and ever changing rules on how to bring qualified and talented dancers to Canada as foreign workers to become part of our company. Diversity enriches what we do and these dancers are essential to our artistic success and community outreach. Evelyn’s team lead the application process, take care of all the administration and provides constant support throughout the process. As a small registered charity having this expertise available is instrumental to our success we applaud Ackah Business Immigration for generously supplying their professional services to us pro bono. Their involvement helps us to continue to enrich lives by engaging people in exploring, evolving and promoting the art of jazz dance.
Kathi Sundstrom, Executive Director for Decidedly Jazz Danceworks
Ackah Law has been an integral supporter of Vin Room. I appreciate the cost effective solutions that Ackah Law identified for our human resource needs and expertise in navigating the immigration process to bring in the right staff for our growing business.
We look forward to a continued relationship with Ackah Law as we expand our business.
Phoebe Fung, Proprietor, Vin Room & VR Wine
March 3, 2017
Calgary immigration lawyer Evelyn Ackah explains how the government vets immigrants and refugees, on CBC Calgary Eyeopener.
November 8, 2016
Evelyn's webinar to APEGA members outlining requirements for working in the United States.
Evelyn Ackah is featured in the Spring 2016 edition of Human Capital Magazine, the official magazine of the Human Resources Institute of Alberta. Click on the link below and turn to page and turn to Page 33-35 to read about Employer Compliance after receiving a positive Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA) for Temporary Foreign Workers:
Express Entry Permanent Residence program is anything but
Navigating From Express Entry to Permanent Residency: Critical Risk and Compliance Issues
Evelyn Ackah Quoted on CBC News article on Express Entry
Evelyn Ackah highlights current issues with Express Entry application system
Calgary Chamber Tweets Ackah Business Immigration Law regarding Temporary Foreign Workers
September 4, 2015
discusses the Syrian refugee crisis, Canadian immigration policy, and the
opportunity for individuals to help by sponsoring refugees (CBC Calgary News,
September 3, 2015).
Ackah Business Immigration Law presenting at Global Petroleum Career Expo 2015.
Slow Start to Express Entry
Is your CEO a TFW?
April 8, 2015
Evelyn Ackah’s presentation on Crossing Borders – Taking the Stress out of Shooting Commercials in the US, in Montreal, Quebec.
Evelyn and Natasha Lakhani discuss labour shortages in the trucking industry and Canada's immigration policy.
March 31, 2015
Evelyn discusses changes to the Temporary Foreign Worker program.
March 18, 2015
Evelyn discusses distracted driving legislation.
February 26, 2015
Evelyn discusses Temporary Foreign Worker issues for high skilled oil patch employees.
February 24, 2015
Evelyn discusses Temporary Foreign worker issues for high skilled workers in Alberta.
Evelyn discusses Temporary Foreign worker issues for business in Alberta.
Evelyn shares her impressions of Calgary’s energetic entrepreneurial community.
Evelyn explains how client need established her firm’s clear focus.
Ackah Business Immigration Law, CAPS.
Personal essay: Why my kids aren’t twins, but twiblings.
Evelyn is profiled in Avenue’s annual showcase of young Calgary talent.