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978-0-7798-6665-6
Book
Approximately 340 pages
1 volume bound
softcover
2015-05-29
Carswell

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A Practical Guide to Canadian Citizenship and Inadmissibility Law - Corporate Edition
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This unique publication combines analyses of hundreds of relevant decisions and key legislation, with such features as annotated precedents and sample pleadings, practice management tips, and more

A Practical Guide to Canadian Citizenship and Inadmissibility Law - Corporate Edition provides practical and tactical guidance on how to effectively manage citizenship and immigration inadmissibility case files, for corporate and immigration lawyers and paralegals representing different status holders under the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act (IRPA). This unique publication by a leading immigration lawyer combines analyses of hundreds of relevant decisions and key legislation, with such practical features as annotated precedents and sample pleadings not found elsewhere, practice management tips, and quick reference charts for everyday use, in an easy-to-read format. Topics discussed in this publication include:
  • The complex regime of removal orders under the IRPA
  • Medical inadmissibility
  • Misrepresentation, including in the new Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA) Compliance regime
  • A comprehensive and detailed analysis of the distinct treatment and consequences of inadmissibility on citizens, permanent residents, and foreign nationals
  • Collateral consequences of criminal convictions
About the Author
Mario D. Bellissimo, LL.B., C.S., is a graduate of Osgoode Hall Law School and a Certified Specialist in Citizenship and Immigration Law and Refugee Protection. He is the founder of Bellissimo Law Group with a practice focus on litigation and immigration inadmissibility. He has appeared before all levels of immigration tribunals and courts, including the Supreme Court of Canada. He is a Past Chair of the Canadian Bar Association's National Immigration Law Section and serves on multiple stakeholder committees involving Citizenship and Immigration Canada, the Canada Border Services Agency, Service Canada, the Federal Courts, the Department of Justice, the Immigration and Refugee Board and Continuing Legal Education.


Mr. Bellissimo acts on a pro bono basis as National Immigration Law and Policy Advisor for COSTI Immigration Resettlement Services. He and his team represent clients from all over the world and Bellissimo Law Group is exclusively committed to Canadian citizenship, immigration and refugee matters. Bellissimo Law Group handles thousands of files each year and represent clients at every stage of the process.


Mr. Bellissimo is also the author of Canadian Citizenship and Immigration Inadmissibility Law, Second Edition; Canadian Citizenship and Immigration Inadmissibility: Criminal Law Edition; A Practical Guide to Canadian Citizenship and Inadmissibility Law - Immigration Practitioners' Edition; A Practical Guide to Canadian Citizenship and Inadmissibility Law - Corporate Edition; A Practical Guide to Canadian Citizenship and Inadmissibility - Refugee Law Edition; founding co-author of Immigration Criminality and Inadmissibility; and Co-Editor-in-Chief of ImmQuest and the Immigration Law Reporter, all published by Carswell.