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How to Move to the United States if Your Are Self-Employed

Ackah Business Immigration Law provides immigration law services for people who want to move to the United States for work, for family or for life. If you are self-employed and want to move to the United States, contact the immigration team at Ackah Law.

How to Move to Canada if You Are Self-Employed

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United States Suspends New Work Visas Through 2020

Evelyn Ackah on June 24 On June 22, United States President Trump signed an executive order to suspend new work visas through the end of the year. The new visa restrictions go into ...

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Episode 14: Immigration and Tax Solutions for Canadians On Business Travel to the United States

Today's podcast is a live webinar presented by Evelyn Ackah, Immigration Lawyer, and Laura McLeman, CPA, CA, CPA (Illinois), of Citizen Abroad Tax Advisors. Cross Border Business: ...

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What Does the U.S. Suspension of Green Cards Mean to Canada?

On April 22, 2020, United States President Trump signed an Executive Order suspending issuance of green cards (permanent lawful residence) for 60 days due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) ...

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Canada's Express Entry Is Open During the Coronavirus Crisis

The Canadian government has put in place travel restrictions and cut back on some immigration services to slow the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19). Canada's Immigration, Refugees ...

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Cultural Immigration to Canada for Self-Employed Artists and Actors

In a recent interview about #Megxit and Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, Canada immigration lawyer Evelyn Ackah was asked by Global News about their residency options for moving to ...

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What Is A Landed Immigrant?

The term “landed immigrant” was used prior to 2002 to describe a legal resident of Canada who could work and live in the country on a permanent basis but who did not have Canadian citizenship. ...

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Ackah Law Podcast

Each month I discuss an important topic in immigration and answer your questions. I will also invite immigration and cross-border business guest experts on the podcast. I answer ...

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Thanks for your consistency and concern. I did receive the PR card 2 weeks ago. Thanks so much to you and your firm for your support on this important step on my professional career and personal life.

– Bojdan Statutiak

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