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Immigration Seminar - How can I stay in Canada?
Friday, 5 April 2013 from 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM (MDT)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Canadian Visa Specialists, in conjunction with the Irish Canadian Immigration Centre and the Calgary Irish Cultural Society, are providing a free seminar which will address all visa options for temporary residents in Canada.
This will include visitors, holders of International Experience Class visas, work and study permits. We will address options to renew or change your status as well as how to apply for permanent residence. We will also review the recent changes announced by Citizenship & Immigration Canada and how they will affect you.
This will be an informal session with an open Q&A portion and there will be an opportunity to network after the information session.
There will also be presentations from Ruairi Spillane from Moving2Canada and from Ercus Long of Taxback.com.
For more information, please visit:
Canadian Visa Specialists www.canadianvisaspecialists.com
Irish Canadian Immigration Centre www.irishcanadianimmigrationcentre.org
Calgary Irish Cultural Society http://www.calgaryics.org
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Canadian Visa Specialists / Irish Canadian Immigration Centre
Canadian Visa Specialists provides professional and personable assistance to individuals, families and businesspeople in all visa applications to Canada. These include temporary work permits, provincial nominee programs (including Quebec) skilled worker and business applications.
Louise Willis is a Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant who has over thirteen years of experience helping people immigrate to Canada. She is licensed by the Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council (ICCRC) and is also licensed to practice in Quebec immigration.
The Irish Canadian Immigration Centre assists the thousands of new Irish arriving to Canada by offering outreach and information in areas such as employment, social services, and immigration. The Irish Canadian Immigration Centre has a national mandate with its offices located in Toronto.