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CPD - International Mobility Workers and TFWs: 2020 and Beyond

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A CPD seminar featuring changes in Immigration Law in 2020.

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Join us on Thursday, December 10th, 2020, as we reflect on changes in Immigration Law in 2020 and explore topics surrounding the areas of Temporary Foreign and International Mobility Workers. Our experts will engage in discussions on the latest immigration practice tips, changes in LMIA Assessments, and moving “Beyond 2020” in Immigration and relevant (and needed) areas of certification and professional development.

This CPD session is a great opportunity to participate in a dialogue that will shape the future of the Immigration profession, and related specializations and you definitely don’t want to miss it!

We invite and welcome anyone interested in these immigration topics – from our prospective students to practicing professionals – to register for this event and share their perspectives.

SPEAKERS and TOPICS

  • Al Parsai, RCIC
    • International Mobility Worker Program Changes in 2020

  • Craig Natsuhara LL.B, Barrister & Solicitor
    • How to do quick assessments under EE and BC PNP?
        • BC PNP for Initial Work permits

  • Cobus Kriek, RCIC
        • Update: LMIAs and Audits

  • Richard Kurland LL.B, Barrister & Solicitor
    • Government Immigration Policy Changes Implemented in 2020 and Proposed Changes for 2021

  • Ron McKay, RCIC
    • Industry Updates & Closing

This event is approved by ICCRC for 4 CPD hours. RCICs who participate in these events will be credited for the number of approved hours once they submit their CPD Reporting and Certification Form and supporting documentation. To comply with the annual requirement, an RCIC must complete 16 CPD hours.

CPD hours for Lawyers:

1) The Law Society of Saskatchewan has pre-approved this for 3 CPD credits.

2) For British Columbia lawyers, consider including this course as a CPD learning activity in your annual Continuing Professional Development Plan as it has been approved by the Law Society of British Columbia.

3) The Law Society of Alberta is recommending that Alberta lawyers consider including this course as a CPD learning activity in their annual Continuing Professional Development Plan.

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