Canadian Family and Immigration Law Intersections, Developments and Conflicts

Author(s):
Kelly Jordan; Michael Battista

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This publication contains policy discussions relevant for both immigration law and family law, detailed explanations of specific issues, and discussion of recent jurisprudence and legislationA unique examination of the intersection between the areas of family and immigration law, Canadian Family and Immigration Law: Intersections, Developments and Conflicts offers an overview of both practice areas in order to assist legal practitioners in identifying issues which affect the rights and obligations of their clients and in developing effective advocacy strategies. Written by a team of experienced family and immigration law practitioners, this publication contains policy discussions relevant for both immigration law and family law, detailed explanations of specific issues which overlap in both areas, and discussion of recent jurisprudence and legislation. Its appendices include quick-reference charts setting out recent cases concerning the following:

  • Sponsorship agreements and spousal support obligations
  • Sponsorship agreements and child support obligations
  • Family court orders and immigration removal orders

Publisher:
Carswell

Practice Area:
Immigration and Naturalization Law

Jurisdiction:
General

Publication Date:
2015-06-29

Hardcover Specifications

Service #:
30835718

Sub #:
30835718

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ISBN:
9780779866755