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978-0-7798-6428-7
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Approximately 500 pages
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2014-12-30
Carswell

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Canadian Citizenship and Immigration Inadmissibility Law, 2nd Edition
Formerly titled Immigration Criminality and Inadmissibility
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$538.00
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With foreword by The Honourable Mr. Justice Frank Iacobucci, C.C., Q.C.
Contributor: Louie R. Genova

Canadian Citizenship and Immigration Inadmissibility, 2nd Edition is the only resource that provides focused guidance on the rapidly expanding area of inadmissibility law. A practical and tactical guide that combines, summarizes and analyzes hundreds of decisions and key legislation, Canadian Citizenship and Immigration Inadmissibility, 2nd Edition speaks in practical terms to the key statutory framework, emerging trends, relevant leading case law and offers practical tips and key memoranda and sample submissions.

This publication includes:

  • Comprehensive analyses of the statutory framework for criminal inadmissibility, misrepresentation (including the new Labour Market Impact Assessment Compliance regime), medical inadmissibility, financial inadmissibility, IRPA offences and removal orders, and of its often sudden and frequent developments
  • A comprehensive and detailed analysis of the distinct treatment and consequences of inadmissibility on citizens, permanent residents, protected persons, and foreign nationals
  • An overview of remedies, including rehabilitation applications, deemed rehabilitation applications, record suspensions (pardons), humanitarian and compassionate applications, medical mitigation plans, and temporary resident permit applications
  • Discussion of detention and release, appeals, equivalency defences, judicial reviews, and stays under the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act
  • Case law annotations
  • Detailed annotated precedents based on cases
  • An invaluable commentary that goes beyond a recitation and analysis of the law to file management tips that are key to competitiveness, competency and ethical and effective practice management.

New in this Edition
This new edition has been updated and expanded to include four new chapters discussing the law on misrepresentation (including the new Labour Market Impact Assessment Compliance regime); medical inadmissibility; financial inadmissibility; and collateral consequences.

About the Author

Mario D. Bellissimo is a graduate of Osgoode Hall Law School and is a Certified Specialist in Citizenship and Immigration Law and Refugee Protection. He is the founder of BELLISSIMO LAW GROUP PC with a practice focus on litigation and immigration inadmissibility. Mr. Bellissimo 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 National Immigration Law Section and serves on multiple stakeholder committees involving Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship 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 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; a co-author of Labour Market Impact Assessments, Compliance and Enforcement: A Practice Guide;  founding co-author of Immigration Criminality and Inadmissibility; and co-Editor-in-Chief of ImmQuest and the Immigration Law Reporter, all published by Thomson Reuters.