Vancouver immigration lawyer Rudolf Kischer assists businesses with their global mobility issues. He has extensive experience with helping companies relocate their senior management from abroad to Canada either temporarily or for permanent residence. He acts as counsel for companies that are facing labour shortages and guides them in their quest to add employees from the foreign talent pool to their company team. He also represents foreign entrepreneurs seeking to invest in Canada and advises them on how they can set up their businesses so that they can gain a work permit and permanent residence.
He has served as a consultant to the UNHCR on resettlement issues and has lectured for 7 years at the the University of British Columbia on immigration practice. He is a frequenet presenter at immigration law seminars and has been the author of the CLE Annual Review of Practice on Immigration.
Mr. Kischer has held a variety of positions on the Executive of the Canadian Bar Association (BC) Immigration Section and has been a member of the National Consultative Committee on Practices and Procedures with the Immigration Refugee Board in Ottawa.