July 14, 2016

Key facts on Canada border security

With the popularity of the television show Border Security putting a spotlight on the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA), Maynard Kischer Stojicevic partners Alex Stojicevic and Gordon Maynard  spoke to host Zack Spencer of CISL 650’s The Law Show about how border services have changed and what rights people have when crossing the border. CBSA is tasked with determining who has the right to enter Canada, who may be authorized […]
July 4, 2016
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The BCPNP, foreign workers and Minister McCallum vs. the bureaucrats

On the latest episode of  The Law Show, Maynard Kischer Stojicevic partners Alex Stojicevic and Rudolf Kischer tackled Canadian immigration including the B.C. provincial nominee program (BCPNP), temporary foreign workers and the inner-workings of the new Liberal government. “Immigration is generally seen as a federal jurisdiction, but the provinces have managed to make some in-roads to get some control over that. The BCPNP allows the province to select who comes […]
June 13, 2016
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The Law Show on Minister McCallum and the CBA national conference

Having recently attended the Canadian Bar Association national conference, Maynard Kischer Stojicevic partners Alex Stojicevic and Rudolf Kischer spoke to host Zack Spencer on CISL 650’s The Law Show on the latest Canadian immigration and citizenship news from Minister John McCallum, who attended the conference. The partners reported a changing attitude from the new government, as Minister McCallum highlighted the bar’s valuable role as stakeholders, whereas previous governments have criticized […]
May 27, 2016
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Citizenship, employer compliance and the changing system

On this episode of CISL 650’s The Law Show, host Zack Spencer had questions for Maynard Kischer Stojicevic partners Gordon Maynard and Rudolf Kischer on topics like Canada’s Citizenship Act, language and employer requirements for immigration, and why the system seems to be constantly changing. Canada’s Citizenship Act went through changes under the Harper government and is likely to go through changes again as the new liberal government looks to […]
May 23, 2016
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Internet dating site offers international love connection

Thousands of Americans, from everyday social media users to celebrities, have been talking about leaving their homeland and making a new home in Canada — all because the idea of Donald Trump as president seems too much to bear. Now, one American entrepreneur is looking at offering a chance at love along with the chance of a new life in the North, CTV News Vancouver reports.  Joe Goldman’s website, Maple […]
May 17, 2016

Americans, refugees and new travel rules

With a new Canadian government in place and an American election causing a stir south of the border, Maynard Kischer Stojicevic partners Gordon Maynard and Rudolf Kischer once again joined Zack Spencer on CISL 650’s The Law Show  to talk about the latest in Canadian immigration. As the idea of Donald Trump becoming president becomes more of a reality, Americans, including some celebrities, are showing more of an interest in […]
May 11, 2016

American Celebrities look to the North as Trump gains traction

Actress Lena Dunham has now joined the throngs of American residents threatening to move to Canada if Donald Trump is elected president of the United States, Global News BC recently reported. Dunham, known for her HBO series Girls, is just the latest celebrity to suggest that the election of Trump will force a move North, with Global showing other examples such as Samuel L. Jackson, Rosie O’Donnell and Jon Stewart. […]
March 15, 2016
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Trump causes rise in Americans wanting to move to Canada

As Donald Trump continues to gain traction in his bid to be U.S. republican party leader in the upcoming election, Americans are taking to social media to declare that they will move to Canada if Trump is elected president.  Recently, after Trump won the delegates of seven states, giving him a lead over his opponents, some Americans began looking at the option of moving to Canada in earnest. Rudolf Kischer, […]