Product details

Publisher: 
Carswell
Practice area: 
Immigration
Jurisdiction: 
General
Publication date: 
2014-12-30
ISBN: 
9780779864386
Carswell

Canadian Citizenship and Immigration Inadmissibility: Criminal Law Edition

Availability: In Stock

Canadian Citizenship and Immigration Inadmissibility: Criminal Law Edition provides practical and tactical guidance on how to effectively manage criminal immigration files, for criminal lawyers and paralegals representing different status holders under the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act (IRPA).

This unique publication combines analyses of hundreds of decisions and key legislation by a leading immigration lawyer with an extensive background in immigration and criminal law, with quick reference charts and detailed sample pleadings for everyday use, in an easy-to-read format.

Topics discussed in this publication include:

  • The universal impact of criminality on citizens, permanent residents, temporary residents, sponsors, and protected persons
  • A comprehensive overview of the key legislative thresholds, strategies, and factors for criminal lawyers' consideration, in representing immigration clients facing criminal charges, convictions, and/or sentencing hearings
  • The new regime of record suspensions and its impacts on citizens, permanent residents, and foreign nationals
  • The most serious inadmissibilities under the IRPA, including security violations, human international rights violations, and organized crime
  • The complex regime of removal orders under the IRPA, the offences under the IRPA, and the related scheme of detention and release under the Act
Carswell

Canadian Citizenship and Immigration Inadmissibility: Criminal Law Edition

Availability: In Stock

Description

Canadian Citizenship and Immigration Inadmissibility: Criminal Law Edition provides practical and tactical guidance on how to effectively manage criminal immigration files, for criminal lawyers and paralegals representing different status holders under the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act (IRPA).

This unique publication combines analyses of hundreds of decisions and key legislation by a leading immigration lawyer with an extensive background in immigration and criminal law, with quick reference charts and detailed sample pleadings for everyday use, in an easy-to-read format.

Topics discussed in this publication include:

  • The universal impact of criminality on citizens, permanent residents, temporary residents, sponsors, and protected persons
  • A comprehensive overview of the key legislative thresholds, strategies, and factors for criminal lawyers' consideration, in representing immigration clients facing criminal charges, convictions, and/or sentencing hearings
  • The new regime of record suspensions and its impacts on citizens, permanent residents, and foreign nationals
  • The most serious inadmissibilities under the IRPA, including security violations, human international rights violations, and organized crime
  • The complex regime of removal orders under the IRPA, the offences under the IRPA, and the related scheme of detention and release under the Act