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COVID‐19: Current Immigration Policies and Implications of travel restrictions due to the novel coronavirus -(2-CPD) Live

  • 29 Aug 2020
  • 12:45 PM - 5:45 PM
  • Live Webinar CPD


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CPD Hours:    2  (Two)      ICCRC Approved 
Format: Live Webinar  


COVID-19: Current Immigration Policies and Implications of travel restrictions due to the novel coronavirus.

Program date: August 29

Event Schedule:

  • 12:45 PM - 1:00 PM EST           Registration and introduction
  • 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM EST            Seminar presentation (Justice Libman)
  • 2:00 PM –2:15 PM EST             Break
  • 2:15 PM- 2:45 PM EST              Seminar presentation (Mr.Michael Huynh, Director of  Professional Conduct, ICCRC)
  • 2:45 PM- 3:30 PM EST              Seminar presentation (Ms. Jansson)
  • 3:30 PM- 3:45 PM EST              Break
  • 3:45 PM- 5:45 PM EST              Seminar presentation (Mr. M. Watto)
Seminar summary

On March 16, 2020, the Prime Minister announced travel restriction measures that will restrict air travel to Canadians, permanent residents and families of Canadians to protect Canada from the outbreak of COVID-19.

This seminar will cover common questions about the IRCC current policy, restrictions and other impacts; COVID-19 is having on Foreign Workers, Students, Approved Permanent Residents and Refugees.

Seminar presentation  (Mr. M. Watto)

1. COVID-19 – IRCC Global instructions.
2. IRCC Travel restriction measures.
3. Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) – Program delivery instructions and its Impact on
  • General processing measures
  • Citizenship
  • Temporary residence
  • Permanent residence

4. Program delivery update: COVID-19 –Additional travel restriction measures;
5. How COVID-19 is affecting business at IRCC?
6. Implications of travel restrictions on IRCC clients;
7. Operational status of visa offices outside Canada or in Land operations;
8. Functional status of Courts or IRB Tribunals;
9. Inadmissibility due to COVID-19 or related violations;
10. Will a foreign national be able to remain in Canada if in the country legally?                                                                                                                  
Professionalism:  (Joint Presentation by All Educators)  AdditionalFree Presentation. (Optional for RCICs). 
Additional Regulatory and Procedural Matter on Practice Management (Professionalism for Paralegals and Lawyers)

Areas to Cover:

Justice Libman’s Presentation:

  • Transiting into virtual practice in the legal services profession
  • The impact of COVID-19 on courts, particularly for criminal and quasi-criminal offences
  • Teaching and being a student in law and paralegal programs during COVID-19

Mr. Michael Huynh, Director of Professional Conduct, ICCRC

•  Change in operations at ICCRC owing to COVID-19

•  Measures taken by the ICCRC as a regulatory body to support and guide RCICs during COVID-19

•  Professional Obligations to protect clients’ interests and to comply with regulatory matters

Ms. Leslie Jansson’s Presentation

  • As a care provider, how do I talk to my children/teens about COVID-19 and its impact?
  • As a front line support worker delivering services remotely, how can I help clients deal with the psychological effects of COVID-19 related isolation?
  • Who are the most vulnerable and at-risk from isolation associated with COVID-19? What supports are available to those who are marginalized, are survivors of domestic abuse, are mentally ill or who find themselves homeless?
Q & A                                                                                      
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