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Can a Foreigner be a Lawyer in Canada

Can a Foreigner be a Lawyer in Canada?

Moving to Canada can help you open all the doors in this field. If you have a foreign degree as a lawyer, you can practice law in Canada.

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Canada’s New Immigration Plans 2024-26

Revealing Canada’s New Immigration Plans for 2024-26 | A Complete Guide by Rameh Law

Canada, also known as the “land of opportunity,” is a popular immigration choice due to its high potential and the vast number of applications it has received since its express entry gateways opened. The Immigration Levels plans for 2024–2026, revealed by the Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC), promise to illuminate the path for hopeful newcomers, serving as a guiding light through the immigration guidelines.

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Private Sponsorship Program for Afghan Nationals without a Refugee Status

This past weekend, the Government of Canada decided to tweak the rules – but only for a short period. Beginning October 17, 2022, group of five and community sponsors in Canada can sponsor Afghan refugees without having to submit a refugee status determination document, otherwise known as an RSD. If you are unsure what an […]

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Everything Else is Virtual, What About my Wedding?

Ever since Covid-19 impacted our lives, everything has gone virtual. We can have meetings online, attend court – even create our Wills! But what about marriages? For a lot of our clients, they are living apart from one another. Different cities, different provinces, different countries. The thought of being able to marry your significant other […]

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If my application is refused, what options do I have?

When an individual applies for a visa in Canada and it gets refused, the common misconception is that the rejection is the final answer, and you must start all over again – this is not always the case. If you believe the immigration officer has made a mistake, it’s not the end of the road […]

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Fraud in Immigration: Beware of these Immigration frauds!

Immigration fraud is broad and can refer to a variety of alleged illegal activities. It can include committing purposeful deception on immigration forms to gain entry to Canada, marrying a Canadian purely for immigration purposes, or having someone falsely represent themselves as an immigration official. Since immigration fraud frequently involves many people (interacting in distinct languages) and sometimes in […]

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Canada’s Current State of Immigration Now with the COVID-19

International travel restrictions have been in effect since March 2020, and foreigners seeking to enter Canada have grown tired of them. Over the recent few weeks, the business community in Canada, lawmakers, and the US have increased pressure on the government to eliminate some of the travel restrictions by July. Canada is relaxing its restrictions for fully vaccinated visitors. Effective July 5, […]

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Canada’s Recent Historic Express Entry Draw

The Canadian government immigration agency, IRCC (Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada), has surprised many in its recent Express Entry (EE) draw. On 13th February 2021, the Canadian government, through IRCC, made a historic announcement revealing that it had sent a total of 27,332 ITAs during the latest CEC (Canadian Experience Class) draw.  An ITA (Invitation […]

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Changes in Canadian Immigration Since the Pandemic

 To control the spread of COVID-19, the Canadian government, on March 18th, 2020, instituted a multi-layered system including travel restrictions and robust quarantine measures. However, it has since recognized that its decision to shut international borders had caused difficulties for citizens with loved ones and family outside the country. Having acknowledged the need for Canadian […]

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Joe Biden Won: What’s Ahead For Canadian Immigration?

The outcome of a presidential election in the US affects most countries across the world. The neighbouring countries next door are often first to feel the impact. Biden’s win as the president of the United States has numerous ramifications for Canada. Joe Biden has different policy proposals concerning trade, energy and even immigration from his […]

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