CPD – Tools for your Toolbox: Advocacy, Ethics and Updates

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Overview

Mr. Harry Goslett’s presentation will provide an overview of Canadian immigration resources and will
focus in particular on The 2018 Annotated Immigration and Refugee Protection Act of Canada book by
Harry Goslett, its history, contents and the guidelines to effective use.

Mr. Cobus (Jacobus) Kriek will cover the updates, practices and procedures of LMIAs.

Mr. Donald Igbokwe will share the overview of the quotas, targets and processing updates for Canadian
immigration programs in 2019.

Mr. Mark Audet’s presentation will focus on the Quebec Business and Investor Program.

Details

DATE: November 22, 2018

TIME: 10:00 am – 4:30 pm

LOCATION: 

Simon Fraser University – Vancouver Campus
Room 1400 – 1430, Harbour Centre
515 West Hastings Street
Vancouver, BC V6B 5K3

REQUESTED CPD HOURS:

Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council (ICCRC)
This CPD seminar has been requested for 5 CPD hours.

FEE: $125.00

Register via CAPIC’s event registration page by clicking on the button below.

 

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Please note that since this is a joint Ashton College – CAPIC event, the CPD Elite Loyalty members discount does not apply to this CPD seminar.

SPEAKERS

Harry Goslett

Harry has over 25 years of experience providing professional immigration services to multi-national
corporations, entrepreneurs and business immigrants, skilled workers, and other individuals. He is
experienced in facilitating the cross-border movement of corporate executives and their families, intra-
company transferees with specialized knowledge, skilled workers, investors, sports and entertainment
personalities, and post-secondary students. Harry works with companies and individuals to develop
short and long-term strategies in relation to securing labour market impact assessments, work permits,
study permits and the timely issuance of permanent resident visas.

The author of multiple works, Henry Goslett has been recognized as the writer of two pioneering works
published by Carswell: The Annotated Immigration and Refugee Protection Act of Canada and The
Annotated Citizenship Act of Canada.

Prior to co-founding Business Immigration Law Group, Harry was a special Partner with Smith Lyons LLP and he subsequently joined Gowling Lafleur Henderson LLP when they merged with Smith Lyons in
2001. He was later a Partner of Corporate Immigration Law Firm from 2006 to 2012.

Cobus (Jacobus) Kriek

Cobus (Jacobus) Kriek has successfully been practicing immigration law for over a decade. He became an authorized immigration representative after completing his post-graduate studies in immigration law in Canada in 2001. Cobus (Jacobus Kriek) is a member in good standing of the ICCRC and as part of a
mandate to protect consumers inside and outside Canada.

Cobus (Jacobus) Kriek is the director and the owner of Matrixvisa Inc., a boutique immigration law firm
that specializes in economic classes of immigration. His major areas of practice include Temporary
Foreign Worker applications, Labour Market Opinions, Intra Company Transfers and submissions in
economic classes such as Provincial Nominee Class, Federal Skilled Worker Class, Canada Experience
Class and the Federal Skilled Trades Class. Matrixvisa Inc. also represents entrepreneurs in immigration
applications to Canada.

Donald Igbokwe

Donald is the president of George Donaldson and Associates Inc. and One World Immigration Consulting Services, which provide many kinds of immigration services. With more than 33 years of experience in volunteer service in various capacities, most of them at board level, his passion to serve humanity started in India when he began actively serving as director of internationalism with Chandigarh City Jaycees. He founded the Chandigarh International Jaycees chapter in 1984 and volunteered on social justice and advocacy issues while studying at Punjab University.

In Canada, apart from having served on various committees in the industry, representing CAPIC and the
immigration consulting profession, he has championed and participated in numerous multicultural and
Multi Faith programs at various levels of Canadian society.

Mark Audet

Marc Audet joined Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton at the end of 2013 as a manager of business
immigration programs within AURAY Capital Group, consisting of AURAY Capital International, a firm
specialized in residency and citizenship by investment programs offered worldwide and AURAY Capital Canada, investment dealer member of the Investment Industry Regulatory Organization
of Canada (IIROC), specialized in Canadian business Immigration programs. AURAY Capital has offices in Montreal (head office), Toronto and Vancouver.

With over 20 years of experience in business immigration, Marc is considered as a reference in this field
and is often invited as a speaker at various seminars/conferences. He has also frequently been invited to
meet various government authorities to collaborate on improving their program.

 

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