During their August appearance on CISL 650’s The Law Show, Maynard Kischer Stojicevic partners Alex Stojicevic and Rudolf Kischer spoke to host Stirling Faux about the current government’s progress on citizenship and immigration issues, as well as the platforms of opposing parties in the upcoming federal election. The conservative government’s recent changes to Canada’s immigration policies have seen success in some areas, but failures in others, Alex explains. While changes […]
Stirling Faux once again welcomed Maynard Kischer Stojicevic partners Gordon Maynard and Rudolf Kischer to CISL 650’s The Law Show on July 5. This time, the topics of focus included changes to the revocation process, the intent-to-stay requirement and birth rights to Canadian citizenship. Among the many requirements for those applying for Canadian citizenship is the intent-to-stay requirement. “Applicants for a grant of citizenship, in addition to showing that they’ve […]
The immigration application process will soon be more focused on matching immigrants with gainful employment, as Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) prepares to roll out its new processing system. Sara Adel, paralegal at Maynard Kischer Stojicevic Immigration Law, writes about this development on page 15 of the latest BC Paralegal Association (BCPA) newsletter, Paralegal Press.
Canada’s Temporary Foreign Worker program continues to gain media attention, as the food service industry has now been suspended from using the program. A recent scandal, which arose out of complaints about the hiring practices of a McDonald’s franchisee, led Federal Employment Minister Jason Kenney to call for an investigation into the way the Temporary Foreign Worker program is used by industries like food services.
March 11, 2014 marks the opening of the International Experience Canada (“IEC”) program for Irish citizens. A total of 10,700 visas will be available in 2014. Visas are expected to go fast so be ready to apply the day it opens or contact one of our lawyers to assist you.
Canadian immigration lawyers Maynard Kischer Stojicevic have a long history helping their clients navigate through all sorts of immigration law. But it is not often that the Canadian immigration law firm hears of a case where, instead of applying for citizenship to a country, a person wants to denounce their citizenship.
In a July 2 News release from the Government of Canada it was announced that Canadians will now be able to travel more safely and securely with the introduction of the ePassport. “The new, 10-year ePassport provides more convenience for Canadians and facilitates safe, secure travel which, in turn, helps create jobs, growth and long-term prosperity for Canadians,” said Citizenship, Immigration and Multiculturalism Minister, Jason Kenney.
HD Mining is expecting 60 Chinese workers to come to Canada, joining 17 foreign workers already at the northern B.C. mine site In November of 2012, Mr. Stojicevic was hired to be the lead counsel and spokesperson for HD Mining to defend them in a landmark case whereby two British Columbia unions are challenging labor market opinions and work permits issued to 201 mineworkers who have been hired in China […]