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Immigration consequences driven from regulatory offenses -(3 -CPD)-V

  • 7 Oct 2020
  • 7 Oct 2022
  • Accredited Video CPD


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This program contains _0_ Professionalism Hour(s).

This program is eligible for up to _3_ Substantive Hours

Where (Format): Accredited Video CPD 

Presented by: CPD House


Program date: October 7, 2020

    Seminar summary

    A regulatory offense or quasi-criminal offense is a class of crime in which the standard for proving culpability has been lowered, so a mens rea (Latin for "guilty mind") element is not required. All offenses outside of the Criminal Code that are not defined as indictable are deemed to be summary offenses. Circumstances do exist when a regulatory offense or quasi-criminal offense may become serious, with collateral consequences on Immigration status.

    This educational seminar will cover the summary of a regulatory offense or quasi-criminal offense and when it falls under Immigration related consequences and other related circumstances.

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