Mastering the CEC and what you need to know.

Mastering the CEC and what you need to know.

Has your client’s file been “lost”? Not getting a response to repeated inquiries regarding application status?  Learn steps to follow to get answers! Rudi Kischer will be presenting a seminar (Talking to CIC and Mastering the CEC) held by IMEDA, the Immigration Education Alliance onTuesday, June 18, 2013 at 18:00 PDT.

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Outline of Seminar by Rudi Kischer (Canadian Experience Class – Special Cases)

1) Brief Over View of CEC Class
– Skill Level
– Hours Calculation
– Language Ability
– Processing times

2) Special Cases
– Religious Workers under 186 (l) and 205 (d)
– What is the difference?
– Foreign Diplomats
– Foreign Military

3) Self Employed
– Is it possible?
– Family ownership

4) Actors and other careers that look like employees

5) Pros and Cons of Canadian Experience Class.
6) Case Studies
7) Questions

About Rudi Kischer

Mr. Kischer is a partner at the vancouver immigration boutique law firm of Maynard Kischer Stojicevic. MKS was chosen in 2012 as one of the top five immigration boutiques in Canada by Canadian Lawyer Magazine. Mr. Kischer advises clients on all aspects of immigration law including work permits, labour market opinions, admissibility and permanent residence. He has appeared frequently before the Federal Court of Canada and the Immigration Refugee Board. He has taught at the University of British Columbia on immigration practice for the last 10 years. He has been qualified as an expert in the immigration field before immigration tribunals in the United States and Canada. He has served as a consultant to the UNHCR on resettlement issues and as an executive member of CBABC Immigration Section. He presents often before the CBA and CLEBC and is former author of the CLE Annual Review of Practice on Immigration.

To register and learn more click here