Has your Canadian Immigration Visa Been Refused?

Essential Strategies in overcoming visa refusals with lawyer Richard Kurland

What do I do when my Canadian immigration application has been refused? This is the question I get more than any other as an immigration lawyer. Well, after much contemplation, I decided I would answer this question once and for all by inviting one of the most well respected immigration lawyers in Canada, Richard Kurland, […]

SPECIAL PNP SERIES: Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program

Everything you wanted to know about the SINP with immigration lawyer Scott Bell

If you are a foreign national planning on immigrating to the Province of Saskatchewan or a human resource manager seeking a way to retain your key Saskatechawan based foreign workers… this Episode is for you. Canadian immigration lawyer Scott Bell shares some amazing insight on the inner workings of the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program from an […]

Humanitarian and Compassionate Applications – When all seems lost!

A comprehensive look at H&Cs with Immigration Lawyer Jean Munn, Q.C.

If you are getting ready to file a Humanitarian and Compassionate application STOP! ……..DO NOT SUBMIT THE APPLICATION! Before you do … listen to what Immigration Lawyer Jean Munn shared with me in this fantastic episode of the Canadian Immigration Podcast. I had a ton of respect for Jean before our interview; however, after listening to the amazing insight and […]

Inadmissibility on Security Grounds – Removing terrorists, spies and dangerous people from Canada!

Interview with leading immigration and national security lawyer Peter Edelmann

Have you ever wondered what happens when Canada wants to remove someone they think is a terrorist or a spy? How do they actually do this? Is there a formal process or do they simply book a flight, toss them on a plane and fly them back to their country of citizenship. Obviously it is […]

Defending the Vulnerable – An Immigration Lawyer’s Story!

The rewards of immigration advocacy work with immigration lawyer Shirish Chotalia

At times foreign nationals face injustices within the immigration system that simply cry out for redress. When all hope seems lost, courageous immigration lawyers, such as Shirish Chotalia, step in when no one else can. In this episode of the Canadian Immigration Podcast, Shirish shares some amazing stories and even better insight into the world […]

EXPRESS ENTRY – Exclusive Preview to the Upcoming Changes on November 19, 2016

How the changes will impact you - with Immigration Lawyer Tamara Mosher-Kuczer

Express Entry is changing once again. As of November 19, 2016 many foreign nationals are going to be shouting for joy while many others are going to be crying in despair. Listen in to this Episode to understand how these changes are going to drastically change the landscape for anyone seeking to immigrate to Canada as […]

How to Move to Canada – FEATURED IN THE OTTAWA CITIZEN NEWSPAPER

Special Episode Dedicated to US Citizens with co-host Betsy Kane

The US election is now over…..Donald Trump will be the next US President. Many US citizens are now exploring the possibility of moving to Canada. In this Special Episode dedicated to our friends in the United States – post election, Betsy Kane and I share with you some of the best options available to American citizens who […]

Criminal Inadmissibility – So you’ve been charged with a crime in Canada?

Essential Strategies on Overcoming Criminality - Interview with Raj Sharma

Have you or one of your foreign national or permanent resident client’s been charged or convicted of a criminal offence in Canada? If the answer is yes, you have to listen to this Episode. You will learn what to do when you are charged and how to deal with the negative consequences if convicted. Canadian immigration lawyer, […]

What to do when your LMIA is refused for improper advertising!

When enough is enough.....push back! Interview with Immigration Lawyer Robert Leong

Have you ever experienced a refusal on your LMIA application because your advertising did not meet the rigid content requirements set out on the Temporary Foreign Worker Program website? If so, you are not going to want to miss the recent interview I did with Canadian Immigration Lawyer, Robert Leong. Robert shared some great insight […]

The “Cage” – Slave Labour Trafficking by Tsunami Contractors in Indonesia

Interview with Award Winning Journalist Virgil Grandfield

Have you heard about the 2004 Tsunami in Indonesia that killed over 228,000 people? Of course you have. I don’t think there is a person on the planet that does not remember the most devastating tsunami to ever be recorded in history. The shear magnitude of loss, in life and property, compelled the world to […]