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A practical guide to representing an applicant facing charges-conviction of serious criminality under IRPA.

  • 21 Oct 2021
  • 2:00 PM - 4:30 PM
  • Live Webinar/Webcast

Registration

  • Free Registration Code Required.
    Code available on LinkedIn Group page for Canadian Career Education College

This program contains _0__ hours and _30_ minutes of Professionalism content

This program is eligible for up to __2 hour minutes_0_ Substantive Hours

Educator: Muhammad Watto (B.A. LL.B) Member LSO (P1) and RCIC

Learning Objectives

For the purpose of "IRPA" Immigration and Refugee Protection Act  serious criminality must be with respect to a crime that was punished in Canada , or overseas, or  a determination of being committed by an officer for a term of imprisonment of at least six months or that is described in paragraph 36(1)(b) or (c).

In such cases, once the determination has been made via report under IRPA, the applicant has no right of appeal before the “IAD”  the Immigration Appeal Division.

The substantive part will cover the sections of IRPA and IRPR and related application/procedures involved in a determination by the officer or the IAD, remedies other than IRB.

This seminar will cover a practice guide for paralegals and other authorized representatives with respect to their scope of practice, client intake and disclosures concerning several steps to avoid any confusion with the client.

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