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Immigration lawyer Evelyn Ackah is concerned about the impact Canada's new marijuana laws will have on cross-border business. "The US border agency's revision to their marijuana policy is good for Canadians and good for cross-border business. However, Canadians who legally invest in or use marijuana in Canada still face problems crossing the border for business or personal travel."
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Because of NAFTA, Canadian professionals can go to the United States and work in TN status, and provides career opportunities for Americans to work in Canada. The new USMCA agreement that will replace NAFTA is important to cross-border business.
People's lives are at stake when immigrants and refugees apply to move to Canada. Automated decision making - AI - is problematic because it can't take into consideration the nuances of each individual's immigration application. While technology is an important and useful tool to enhance our system, it cannot be the final decision maker when Canada's security and people's lives are at stake.
As American businesses face increased taxes and public protests against outsourcing manufacturing, IT and support jobs to China and other Asian countries, Canada is becoming an attractive destination for US tech companies to export jobs.
New marijuana laws are coming into force in Canada in October. From an employer perspective, you need to consider if you're ready for the new laws, says immigration lawyer Evelyn Ackah.
Thank you for your interest in our eBook, How to Move to Canada - A Guide For Americans Looking North. As an immigrant to Canada, as well as an immigration lawyer, I’m delighted that you are interested in learning more about moving to Canada.
Immigration lawyer Evelyn Ackah is concerned about recent reports that most Canadians get their information about Canada's border police from a border security Canada tv show that was canceled in 2012, Border Security: Canada's Front Line.
Immigration lawyer Evelyn Ackah explains what HR departments should do now to prevent American and Canadian employees from being banned for life from entering the United States due to Canada's new marijuana laws.