• June

      24

      2020

    Fired from Your Job? What You Need to Know

    Things to Consider if You Are Terminated   By Sania Chaudhry  This blog post only applies to non-unionized workers and those who work under provincial regulation. If you are in a union or work under federal regulations, then different rules apply to you. As the below is not specific to your case, this does not constitute legal advice. Please

    • June

      24

      2020

    Constructive Dismissal -What you Need to Know

    Constructive Dismissal: What to do if you have been forced out of your job?  By Sania Chaudhry  This blog post only applies to non-unionized workers and those who work under provincial regulation. If you are in a union or work under federal regulations, then different rules apply to you. As the below is not specific to your

    • June

      3

      2020

    Humanitarian and Compassionate Applications -in the Age of COVID-19

    I predict that there will be an increase to the number of Humanitarian and Compassionate applications (for Permanent Residence) as a result of COVID-19. The pandemic is wreaking havoc with the plans made by many foreign nationals living in Canada hoping to make this country home. Many will lose their status and many will lose

    • June

      3

      2020

    The Procedural Fairness Letter

    The lawyers at this office are often called upon to respond to Procedural Fairness Letters -letters sent by Officers after there is a concern regarding the completeness/truthfulness/inadmissibility. As with many things in life, prevention is the best medicine. Applications should be complete and potential concerns should be dealt with (if possible) in advance. Applicants should

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