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Do you want to be a Canadian Permanent Resident by December 2019? Here’s your opportunity once and for all:
Ackah Law is offering a 20% discount on all Express Entry Permanent Residence applications from November 1 - December 31, 2018
Meet Ackah Law Client Engagement Coordinator Courtney Prior: Her experiences as an expat living and working in foreign countries is a key asset to her role of Client Client Engagement Coordinator at Ackah Business Immigration Law.
The legalization of marijuana in Canada on October 17 heightened the concerns of Canadians who legally use, work in or invest in the Canadian cannabis industry. An active case in the United States demonstrates the impact this has on Canadian citizens who cross the border for work or personal reasons.
Canada, the United States and Mexico signed a new trade agreement on September 30, 2018 called USMCA: United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement. Evelyn Ackah, founder and managing lawyer of Ackah Business Immigration Law, was interviewed by The Walrus on what the USMCA will mean for Canada:
Commonly dubbed NAFTA 2.0, Canada's new trade agreement with the United States and Mexico, the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement, USMCA, was signed literally hours before the deadline on September 30, 2018. Expected to be ratified by each country by late November, initially little was know about the agreement.
Immigration law is becoming more complex and challenging every day. Immigration applications can be refused due to minor oversights and omissions that can delay or negatively impact your business or your family reunification plans. By not using a lawyer you can be putting your business and your family at risk. Ackah Business Immigration Law can help you understand your rights and understand Canadian immigration policies as they apply to your unique circumstances.
Quebec, and the rest of Canada, are experiencing an aging population and not enough workers to fill available jobs. Immigration lawyer Evelyn Ackah says we need to attract qualified immigrants to Canada, and provide resources to help them successfully integrate into the Canadian way of life. Immigrants have skills, ability and knowledge that are needed to help grow our aging economy.
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."
Ackah Business Immigration Law is excited and honored to be named a 2018 Law Firm 500 Award Winner.
Meet Ackah Law Client Service Coordinator / Legal Assistant Tammy Taylor: Her background in client service and relationship management is a key asset to her role of Client Service Coordinator and Legal Assistant at Ackah Business Immigration Law.