Canadian Immigration Updates with Green and Spiegel LLP
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You will learn:
- How have the COVID-19 travel restrictions affected students and what is next?
- Canadian Immigration trends in light of COVID-19. (Study permit, post-graduate work permit, express entry, etc.)
About Green and Spiegel
Green and Spiegel is Canada’s largest and oldest immigration law practice with over 50 years of experience assisting a diverse global clientele. The firm is headquartered in Toronto, Canada with U.S. offices in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Providence, Rhode Island and Vail, Colorado.
Green and Spiegel has been recognized by a number of leading publications through peer review, and has received many awards recognizing excellence. The firm was recently ranked by Chambers & Partners in the Chambers Canada Guide 2019 as a Band 1 Law Firm for immigration services. In addition, it was selected by Who's Who Legal for Canada Corporate Immigration. Finally, it has been named as one of Canada’s Top 10 Immigration Boutique law Firms by Canadian Lawyer Magazine and has been selected by Best Lawyers Canada for Immigration Law.
About our Guest: Cristina Guida, B.A. (HONS.), J.D.
Cristina Guida is a senior associate lawyer with Green and Spiegel LLP in Toronto. Cristina advises clients in all aspects of Canadian immigration and citizenship matters.
Prior to joining Green and Spiegel LLP, Cristina worked for the immigration enforcement branch of the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) for five years. Among her various roles at the CBSA, Cristina represented the Minister of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness (MPSEP) at tribunal hearings before the Immigration and Refugee Board. The unique experience of working as a MPSEP representative has allowed Cristina, in her current role as opposing counsel, to successfully advocate for her clients in various enforcement, and litigation matters, such as temporary resident permit (TRP) and criminal rehabilitation applications, inadmissibility and detention review hearings, appeals before the Immigration Appeal Division and litigation matters before the Federal Court of Canada.
Time：10AM, Thursday, October 22, 2020 (Toronto Time)
Process：30min presentation + 15min Q&A
Platform：Zoom (Please download zoom in advance at https://zoom.us/download)
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