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Canada Biometrics Requirements Could Cause Delays for Business Travelers, International Students and Visitors
Canadian lawyers are concerned the new biometrics requirements can create delays and confusion for those coming into Canada on business or international students who are coming to study in Canada as well as tourists, and there are potential privacy concerns for clients as the information is being shared with four other partner countries.
Ackah Business Immigration Law obtained expedited Canadian Citizenship application processing so our client could participate in the Kendo World Championships as a member of Team Canada.
Ackah Business Immigration is honored to be nominated for two awards during Small Business Week Calgary by the Calgary Chamber of Commerce. Vote Now for Calgary People's Choice Award: July 3 - Aug 10, 2018
Travelers near the US/Canada border this holiday weekend should carry ID says immigration expert Evelyn Ackah
Recent actions heavily reported in the media by the United States Border Patrol are making many Canadians and Americans who live in border states carry IDs at all times so they can prove where they live and avoid delays, interrogation and even arrest. If you traveling this long holiday weekend, be sure to carry proper identification to prevent delays - and even detention.
Immigration lawyer Evelyn Ackah told iPolitics that Canada has a role to play in assuring the safety of all migrants seeking protection by putting an end to the Safe Third Country agreement. Watch: Immigration and Refugee Lawyer Evelyn Ackah Discusses Separation of Children from Parents at the US Mexico Border
The new agreement between Canada and Portugal will allow youth mobility between Canada and Portugal.
On June 13, 2018 the Government of Canada conducted its largest Express Entry draw of 2018, issuing 3,750 Invitations To Apply (ITA) for Canadian Permanent Residence.
Faster processing of Study Permit applications for some international students under the Student Direct Stream
International students legally resident in China, India, the Philippines and Vietnam may be eligible for faster processing of their Study Permit applications using the new Student Direct Stream.
As part of a new pilot program, the Federal Government is hoping to use Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) to assist with issues in the immigration system.