Giving back is important to the Ackah Business Immigration Law team. We are proud to be part of Calgary’s thriving community. Throughout the year, we support by volunteering our time, giving donations and providing sponsorships to various organizations. Non-profit agencies that are close to our hearts are the Canadian Women's Foundation, YWCA, Samaritan's Purse and the Mustard Seed. In addition to these agencies, we also commit to assisting on a number of pro-bono files each year to individuals requiring our legal services from various communities across Canada.
Evelyn Ackah is committed to giving back to the immigrant community and offering employment opportunities to highly-skilled foreign workers through Immigrant Services Calgary programs.
We also share our business immigration law expertise, offering pro-bono legal immigration services to recognized non-profit agencies. We are honoured to help facilitate new opportunities for people and local businesses by providing corporate immigration counsel.
A few of them are listed below:
Canadian Women’s Foundation 2010 Calgary Professional Breakfast Committee Members
along with Keynote Speaker Arlene Dickinson, CEO of Venture Communications
and Co-star of CBC’s Dragons’ Den.
Through her paintings and photography, Jillaine Jurchuk brings inspiration into your life. The everyday beauty that surrounds us inspired Jillaine from an early age. That inspiration, combined with her interior design experience, results in a unique vision - one where beauty is at the center of our very health and happiness. Jillaine's work is now available as customized digital art - a new and limitless way of bringing her creativity into your world.
Ackah Business Immigration Law is pleased to partner with Maple 2.0 and participate in its mentorship program to help foreign educated professionals gain valuable Canadian work experience. They offer a rich pool of highly talented and qualified professionals who have been screened, trained and are work-ready.
To learn more about our community involvement or pro-bono immigration law services, call (403) 492-9515 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.