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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.
In what is being called “a complete vindication”, Vancouver law firm Maynard Kischer Stojicevic (MKS) are celebrating a victory for client HD Mining International. Immigration lawyer Alex Stojicevic represented HD Mining in a high profile case that has captured the attention of local media since early February.
Rudolph Kischer, partner at Vancouver law firm Maynard Kischer Stojicevic, was called upon by Global BC news to give expert opinion on their top story. Kischer and his colleagues specialize in immigration and citizenship law, so he was able to offer a unique perspective on the story of Karen Strachan.
Vancouver law firm MKS specializes in Canadian immigration and citizenship, meeting the needs of the community, from individuals to private companies. Among the many areas of practice offered by the full-service law boutique, assisting skilled workers with the immigration process is one that serves both the individuals and the companies they work for.
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 […]
In September of 2012, Jason Kenney, The Minister of Citizenship and Immigration Canada announced that his department was investigating over 3,000 Canadian citizens that are suspected of citizenship fraud. This is part of an investigation of a residence fraud ring that implicates possibly 11,000 individuals who allegedly lied in applying for citizenship or to maintain permanent resident status.
The Los Angeles Times ran a front-page story on November 10, 2012 written by Ricardo Lopez. The article was entitled “Canada looks to lure energy workers from the U.S.”. In the article Ricardo Lopez reviews that fact that Canadian employers are swarming US job fairs to find tradesmen to move from California to Western Canada. He notes recruiters are headed in December to the Coachella Valley to look for construction […]