November 12, 2015

UBC Alumni get expert advice on crossing the border

Pursuing employment in the United States can be a daunting and intimidating task, especially for a new or soon-to-be new Canadian graduate. Recently, Alex Stojicevic, of Maynard Kischer Stojicevic Immigration and Citizenship Law, joined a panel of experts to help answer questions about this process as part of Alumni UBC’s Your Next Step series. Your Next Step helps students and alumni explore career opportunities with podcasts, panel discussions and other […]
July 20, 2015

Revocation, birth right and more with Gordon and Rudi on The Law Show

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 […]
April 20, 2015
Vancouver Immigration Lawyer

TFW Program deadline may have consequences: Alex to CBC

While a number of changes continue to be made to the Temporary Foreign Worker program, foreign workers and their employers are seeing the effects of changes from made to permanent residency deadlines in 2011. That year, Canada’s federal government changed the rules around how long temporary foreign workers in low-skilled jobs could stay in the country without permanent residency, setting the limit at four years. April 1, 2015 was the […]
March 20, 2015

Gordon and Rudolf talk inadmissibility on CISL 650 Radio’s The Law Show

On March 15, 2015, Maynard Kischer Stojicevic partners Gordon Maynard and Rudolf Kischer once again joined host Stirling Faux on CISL 650 Radio’s The Law Show. This time, the Vancouver immigration lawyers tackled Canadian immigration and citizenship issues of inadmissibility, including illegal residents, and residency requirements. “When you’re coming to Canada, it’s a two-part process,” explains Rudi. “First, are you eligible to come to Canada? Second, are you admissible to […]