Entries by Tom Hadley

Good News for International Students and their Employers: Changes to the Post-Graduation Work Permit Program

  Good News for International Students and their Employers: Changes to the Post-Graduation Work Permit Program IRCC has announced changes to the highly-popular Post-Graduation Work Permit (PGWP) Program. It is an important program for employers who rely on hiring recent graduates from Canadian colleges and universities. Effective February 14, 2019, students now have 180 days […]

Attention Oscar Nominees, Past Winners & All Others in the Arts and Entertainment Fields!

  Attention Oscar Nominees, Past Winners & All Others in the Arts and Entertainment Fields! Canada is known as a popular destination for filmmakers and performing artists. Canada’s immigration law permits many entertainers and those working in the entertainment industry to work in Canada without a work permit or obtain a work permit relatively easily […]

Who’s Who Legal: Canada

We are proud to announce that Who’s Who Legal’s publication of Who’s Who Legal: Canada 2018 names four (4) of our lawyers as experts and “practitioners who excel in the corporate immigration field and stand out for their excellent work….” The publication, based in London, England, prepares its results based on research and analysis obtained […]

CILF is Hiring!

Corporate Immigration Law Firm is seeking an Law Support Clerk with 1 to 3 years of experience. This position is full time but flexible work hours may be accommodated. Administrative duties will include but are not limited to: Maintaining the reception desk and reception area Greeting clients and taking coats, offering beverages Answering main phone […]

CILF Newsletter – Early Winter 2018

Welcome to the Corporate Immigration Law Firm Newsletter. We hope you find the information provided relevant to your immigration needs. Our objective is to highlight recent changes in immigration that are of interest to our readers. Please contact us at: info@cilf.ca with topic suggestions for future issues. Today’s topics: 1. CILF ON THE MOVE! New address @ […]

US Customs and Border Protection Clarifies Position on Canada’s Legalization of Marijuana and Border Crossing

US Customs and Border Protection (USCBP)’s most recent update on the issue of Canada’s legalization of marijuana and border crossing on October 9, 2019 notes that all usual admissibility laws, rules and regulations will continue to be enforced by their officers. USCBP reminds travellers that US Federal Law governs immigration matters, despite certain state laws […]