October 5, 2012

Family fined for misrepresenting where they were residing

The National Post reported on October 3 that a court in Québec fined the Ozcelik family a total of $120,000 for misrepresenting that they were residing […]
September 4, 2012

MKS Immigration Lawyers – Makes Canadian Lawyer’s Top 5 List

Vancouver immigration law firm, Maynard Kischer Stojicevic (MKS), recently received the honour of being featured in Canadian Lawyer Magazine’s Looking to the Future article. The award-winning […]
July 4, 2012

The basic tenets that are cornerstones of Canadian immigration law

Back in 2005, Citizenship & Immigration Canada (“CIC”), which was the department that was responsible for both the policy and operations mandate of Canada’s immigration program, […]
July 4, 2012

The Service Canada Confirmation Process – Skilled Labour

To hire a foreign worker, a B.C. business would need to go through the confirmation process in order to hire a foreign worker for an initial […]
July 4, 2012

Using the Provincial Nominee Program to Bring in Skilled Workers

If an employer wants to ensure that a key employee obtains permanent residence, in British Columbia there is a means by which that can be done […]
July 4, 2012

Using the Provincial Nominee Program to Attract Active Investors

Traditionally in Canada, we always had a certain amount of interest from overseas investors who want to invest in Canadian businesses in order to secure themselves […]
July 4, 2012

Investment in the Business – Part 1

Rules have been established in the program for investment in the business. To have an applicant invests in a winery, if the structure involves the buying […]
July 4, 2012

Investment in the Business – Part 2 – Other Categories for Investors

There are other categories which can be facilitative for investments to the wine industry.  For example, for Americans and Mexicans, there is the Investor Category under […]
July 4, 2012

The Aim of the Broad Objectives of the Strategic Occupations Skilled Worker Category

British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program was originally conceived to support B.C. employers facing critical skill shortages, who wished to recruit and retain individuals with highly specialized […]
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