Canada ImmigrationProfessional Service in Toronto, Ontario
I am honored to have been named to the list of Most Highly regarded Individuals in Corporate Immigration in Canada by "Who's Who Legal" 2015 edition:
"Who's Who Legal" : Corporate Immigration 2015
Canada: Corporate Immigration Analysis 2015...
Most Highly Regarded Individuals
Sergio R Karas
Karas Immigration Law Professional Corporation, Toronto
Sergio Karas, from Karas Immigration Law in Toronto, “successfully” assists both individuals and multinational corporations to implement their relocation strategies. He is known for his “wealth of experience” in dealing with complex cases, and regularly contributes to the press by informing them of current and changing immigration policies.
Jobs are the key to integration. Human capital is too fuzzy as concept. System needs some teaks to reward highest score job holders in Canada. Top talent needs to be rewarded too, more points for PhDs and negative list for low skill occupations.
Scammers exist partly because people seek an advantage. Next time use a licensed, specialist immigration lawyer. Do not fall for wild promises of quick , positive results. Immigration is a legal process, takes time and effort to do it right.
Someone explain to the public why this is not an incentive to avoid regular immigration process. If 70% chance of acceptance, can get welfare, legal aid, free healthcare while waiting, why would anyone bother with trying to qualify under their skills?
Goodale either incredibly naive or deceptive. Spring will bring new wave of illegal entries to a refugee system that has already collapsed. Coping is not long term solution. Resources exhausted, legislation required to close loophole in treaty.
Caregiver program under review no surprise. Program should target caregivers with better skills, experience and language. Difficult to find quality applicants, pay in other countries is better, even if no residency. Canada appealing becasue of residency.
PM irresponsible, endangers NAFTA talks by introducing social progressive issues into trade. He is derelict in his duty to put Canada first, more interested in scoring points with social justice warriors than growing our economy and protecting jobs.
This has been going on for years. There is an incentive to cheat because the cost of being caught is extremely low. Additionally, there are people using sophisticated schemes to hide their travel abroad with teh help of unscrupulous individuals.
Article incomplete. Notwithstanding anything the Minster may say for political cover, there is ABSOLUTELY NOTHING the government can do to prevent illegal crossers from claiming refuge unless the legislation is changed to close the loophole.
Very simple explanation: NS is a very high tax province, with few job opportunities. Why bother going when there are better jobs and lower taxes elsewhere? Solution: lower taxes to attract investment, deregulate, then jobs will follow.
THis article is poorly researched. Even though Canada can send "messages" to potential asylum claimants, the Refugee COnvention and the flawed Safe Third Country Agreement allow irregular crossers to claim asylum and remin in Canada until case adjudicated.
If the government does not address this problem, Canada's immigration system will be overwhelmed and collapse, it has no capacity to deal with a rush of asylum claims. Social services, housing , healthcare in peril if orderly system breaks down.
System has no capacity to handle potential large influx of border jumpers. Unless new policies are in place, this could be a disaster. Social services, housing, healthcare, will be strained even more. Government slow to act, unprepared for deluge.