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On the Ask Canada Immigration Lawyer Evelyn Ackah podcast, Evelyn talks with Wayne Baxter, a cross-border wealth management expert. Wayne shares his personal immigration story, moving from Canada to the US, and discusses the unique challenges and opportunities that Canadians face when moving to the US with investment assets.
He also talks about the importance

In an increasingly interconnected global economy, businesses often seek to expand their operations beyond borders. This expansion frequently involves the transfer or hiring of foreign workers to work in different countries. However, delving into corporate immigration without proper legal guidance can lead to numerous pitfalls and complications. This is where a Canadian business immigration lawyer

In a move emphasizing the human element of immigration, Canada’s Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship (IRCC) Minister, Marc Miller, has announced a renewed focus on family reunification. This comes amidst concerns over application backlogs and delays faced by families seeking to reunite under the federal program, particularly in Quebec.
The announcement acknowledges the frustration and

In this podcast episode of Ask Canada Immigration Lawyer Evelyn Ackah, Evelyn interviews Wilder Clements, the owner and managing lawyer of Clements Employment Law in California. They discuss various topics related to employment law, including the importance of a people-first approach in the workplace, the unique challenges and obligations faced by employers in California, the

According to Statista, there are approximately 3 million self-employed Canadians. This number is constantly increasing thanks to a near-limitless supply of additional self-employed workers around the world. The World Bank estimates that almost half of Earth’s workforce is self-employed, and many of these individuals may eventually decide to emigrate to Canada. The True North is

March 8 is International Women’s Day, a time to celebrate the remarkable achievements and contributions of women throughout history. This year’s theme is ‘Invest in women: Accelerate progress.’ In Canada, this day holds particular significance as it provides an opportunity to reflect on the invaluable impact women, especially immigrants, have made to Canadian society. As

While permanent residency in Canada offers many benefits, it doesn’t guarantee the same level of security as citizenship. One crucial difference lies in deportation risks.
Permanent residents face the possibility of removal from Canada for various reasons, including criminal convictions. A recent case involving a permanent resident convicted of robbery highlights this vulnerability. Despite receiving

Dependent children of Temporary Foreign Workers (TFWs) can obtain work permits under LMIA exemption codes C46 and C48 if they meet specific eligibility criteria including holding valid Temporary Resident Status and meeting age requirements to work. These requirements differ based on whether the TFW parent holds a high-skilled or low-skilled occupation. Canadian Immigration Minister Sean

Black History Month in Canada serves as a vital reminder of the immense contributions Black Canadians have made to our nation’s society, culture and economy . However, limiting our recognition and appreciation for Black excellence to a single month ignores the significant contributions made by Black Canadians every day. Representation matters every day, not just