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Legislative overview of loss of permanent or temporary resident status and available remedies. How COVID-19 has impacted the RCIC-RISIA practice.

  • 18 Jun 2021
  • 18 Sep 2021
  • Video CPD - ICCRC Approved - 2.0 CPD Hour

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CPD Hours:    2  (Two)      
Format: Video CPD    ICCRC Approved

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Legislative overview of loss of permanent or temporary resident status and available remedies. How COVID-19 has impacted the RCIC-RISIA practice..

Program date: June 18, 2021

Seminar summary

IRPA & IRPR establish rules concerning the Immigration status of foreign nationals entering or residing in Canada. A foreign national who violates the rules or does not follow may lose status.

This CPD course will cover the general overview of loss of status in the light of legislative provisions and available remedies in general and specifically in a pandemic.

Professionalism:

​How COVID-19 has impacted the RCIC-RISIA practice. This session will assist you to continue to serve your clients to the best of your ability according to the client expectations. Understand what “correct” and “unreasonable” mean here, read the “Case Law in Brief” on the Standard of Review.

Seminar presentation (Immigration laws and Policies)

Loss of status for permanent residents

  • ·         when and why determinations of permanent resident status are required?
  • ·         the factors to be considered when making a determination relating to permanent resident.
  • ·         status.
  • ·         what to do if a permanent resident is determined to have complied with the residency.
  • ·         obligation contained within the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act (IRPA).
  • ·         what to do if a permanent resident is determined not to have complied with the residency
  • ·         obligation in IRPA; and
  • ·         what to do if a permanent resident wishes to relinquish their status.
  • ·how decision-makers in assess fundamental factors related to determinations of
  • ·         residency status, as well as enhance transparency and consistency in decision making.
  • ·         the provisions governing the residency obligation and available remedies.

Temporary residence status

  • ·         when and why determinations of temp. status are required.
  • ·         the factors to be considered when making a determination relating to loss of status.
  • ·         the provisions governing the status and available remedies.

Enforcing the law.

  • ·         Reporting inadmissibility.
  • ·         Right of appeal.
  • ·         Removal orders.

Professionalism

  • ·         Get an update on emerging issues in Immigration Practice.
  • ·         The Self-Rep in the Remote World
  • ·         Gain insights into Canada v. Vavilov. (To better understand what “correct” and “unreasonable” mean here, read the “Case Law in Brief” on the Standard of Review.)?
  • ·         Reviewing Delegated Legislation after Vavilov

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