Resources

Resources offers access to your sections materials, including – past program videos, guides, links, etc. Included are Complimentary Archived Videos – past programs available free to Section members.

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Complimentary Archived Video

Express Entry: Strategies for Success

  • January 17, 2018

Our expert speakers will provide you with top tips for successful express entry applications and advise on pitfalls you should avoid.

Citizenship and Immigration Law, Student Forum

Complimentary Archived Video

FOREIGN WORKERS: KEY IMMIGRATION AND EMPLOYMENT ISSUES

  • October 25, 2017

Whether you’re an immigration lawyer or a labour and employment lawyer, there are key issues that you should be aware of for you to be able to give fulsome legal advice with regard to temporary foreign workers.

Citizenship and Immigration Law, Labour and Employment Law, Student Forum

Complimentary Archived Video

GLOBAL SKILLS STRATEGY: INSIGHTS AFTER THREE MONTHS ON THE GROUND

  • September 27, 2017

On June 12, 2017, the Canadian government introduced the Global Skills Strategy, a pilot project designed to assist Canadian employers in attracting the global talent they need to compete in the global marketplace.

Citizenship and Immigration Law, Student Forum

Complimentary Archived Video

Express Entry: What do the Recent Changes Mean for Your Clients?

  • January 16, 2017

Join us as we discuss the latest Express Entry changes and how they affect your clients. Our panel of experts will share strategic tips and best practices to help you navigate the changes and advise your clients on maximizing their chances of success.

Citizenship and Immigration Law, Student Forum

Complimentary Archived Video

Vital Skills for the Immigration Practitioner:
Oral Advocacy for the Immigration Lawyer

  • January 11, 2017

As immigration lawyers our role is to advocate for our clients and help them achieve their immigration goals. The ability to advocate successfully, whether in front of a tribunal, in a court room, on the phone with a Service Canada officer, or at a port of entry, is a key skill.

Citizenship and Immigration Law, Student Forum