Criminal Inadmissibility: Double-Punishment Sentences and Punishment without Charge

Criminal convictions can have dire consequences for temporary or permanent residents of Canada. LESA is pleased to offer an on-demand program for criminal lawyers and for business immigration lawyers (or lawyers whose clients have business immigration issues).

Topics

This presentation will address:

  • What criminal convictions make a temporary resident inadmissible from Canada and result in their deportation
  • What criminal convictions make a permanent resident inadmissible from Canada and result in their deportation
    • The process of defending against deportations at the Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada (“IRB”);
    • Why it is always better to deal with this in the criminal courts rather than before the IRB
  • Overcoming inadmissibility for crimes committed inside or outside of Canada once a person is removed
    • Rehabilitation
    • Temporary Resident Permits
Details

Criminal Inadmissibility: Double-Punishment Sentences and Punishment without Charge

Presenter: Amandeep S. Hayer, Hayer Law Office

Amandeep S. Hayer has Juris Doctor degrees from the University of Windsor and the University of Detroit-Mercy. Amandeep currently serves as the Secretary of the Canadian Bar Association BC Immigration Law Section. He was called to the bar in Alberta in 2015 and was subsequently called to the British Columbia and Colorado bars. He practices exclusively Canadian immigration and citizenship law. He has a diverse range of clients from employers and families to individuals. Amandeep also presented LESA’s on-demand program, Waking Up Canadian“.

Price:  $95 + GST

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