Certificate in Temporary Residents Immigration Law (CTRL) (Live Online)

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    Live Online

     

  • Duration:

    25 hours

  • Registration Fee:

    $625 

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Part-Time: Coming again in 2023

This course has been approved for 22 CPD Points by the College of Immigration and Citizenship Consultants

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Amazing experience!! I'm an immigration consultant and the course is valuable for my career!

Camila Vieira Mendes de Melo, Certificate in Temporary Resident Immigration Law, 2022

Certificate in Temporary Residents Immigration Law Overview

This is a certificate in Temporary Residents Law to be delivered in class and online to Lawyers, Quebec Notaries, Paralegals and Immigration Consultants who are seeking an in depth knowledge of this area of Immigration Law.

This certificate in Temporary Residents Law will deal with Electronic Travel Authorizations, Visa Access Centres, Temporary Resident Visas, Visitor Records, Temporary Resident Permits, Study Permits, International Mobility Worker Program (Work Permits), and the Temporary Foreign Worker Program (Work Permits and Labour Market Impact Assessments).

Ashton College provides many alternative immigration CPD opportunities in our Immigration Practitioner Centre – learn more about them here.

Topics/Learning Objectives

Upon successful completion of this course students will be able to provide:

  • A thorough analysis of the relevant sections of the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act (IRPA) and the Immigration and Refugee Protection Regulations (IRPR) and policies of government agencies relating to the processing of Temporary Residents
  • A thorough analysis of the case law relating to the relevant sections of the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act (IRPA) and the Immigration and Refugee Protection Regulations (IRPR) and policies of government agencies relating to Temporary Residents
  • A detailed and practical analysis of various strategies within the area of Temporary Residents
  • A detailed and practical analysis of the Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA), the National Occupational Classification Code and new TEER Code, the role of Service Canada and other agencies and organizations
  • A detailed and practical analysis of various strategies within the area of the LMIA and Compliance Audits

Prerequisites

None

Credential

Upon completion of the course requirements, a Certificate of Completion will be issued.

Instructors

Subject to change without notice

Marty Baram

Marty Baram PhotoMarty Baram is the Director of SYMY Immigration Consultants and Recruitment, an agency focused on filling labour shortages and matching talented foreign workers with suitable Canadian employers. He has successfully placed hundreds of foreign nationals as temporary workers and permanent residents in Canada. Marty is currently a member of the Board of Directors at the Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council. He is also Vice-Chair of the Registration and Education Committee, a member of the Finance and Audit and Human Resource and Compensation committees and a past member of the Practice Experience Program Advisory Committee for the ICCRC. His areas of expertise include international recruitment, labour market impact assessments, Francophone mobility, permanent residence applications, express entry and provincial nominee programs. Marty received his Immigration Consulting Diploma from Humber College, where he graduated with honours. Marty is a member in good standing with the ICCRC and The Canadian Association of Professional Immigration Consultants.

Alexandra Callinan

Alexandra has been a lawyer since 2019. Before attending law school, Alexandra worked at the Operations Support Centre and the Case Management Branch at the Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship (IRCC) national headquarters in Ottawa, Ontario. Alexandra currently works as an Associate at Mamann Sandaluk & Kingwell LLP, where her practice focuses primarily on corporate immigration matters.

Alexandra’s practice, commitment to her clients, and role as an educator are inspired by her years of working at the IRCC and her own family’s experience of coming to Canada as immigrants and refugees.

Al Parsai

Al Parsai is a Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant (RCIC). He runs his successful business in downtown Toronto, Ontario with many employees. Al is the author of “88 Tips on Immigration to Canada.” He is a member of ICCRC (Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council) and CAPIC (Canadian Association of Professional Immigration Consultants). Al has represented hundreds of applicants from more than 35 countries to the Canadian immigration authorities. Al, who holds a Master’s degree in Counselling Psychology, has extensive experience as an author, trainer, and public speaker. He has written ten books and hundreds of articles in the past 20 years. Al has also delivered many courses, workshops, and speeches in four different countries. He also deals with the immigration process on a daily basis. He represents hundreds of applicants to the federal and provincial immigration authorities at the same time. Al is proud of his profession and recommends it to anyone who wants to help others build a better life.

Marina Snyder

Marina Snyder has been a Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant (RCIC) since 2017, operating her own immigration firm in Québec and providing immigration-related services to businesses, individuals, colleges and non-profit organizations from coast to coast. Marina is interested in economic immigration, family reunification, temporary residence and citizenship and holds specific licenses for the provinces of Quebec and Saskatchewan. After moving from Brazil to Canada in 2007 as an international student herself, Marina felt there was a great need for assistance for newcomers in their immigration pathways; so, while living in Japan, she attended the University of British Columbia (UBC) Certificate in Immigration, becoming an RCIC.

Continuing Professional Development

  • This course has been approved for 12.5 CPD Points by the College of Immigration and Citizenship Consultants
  • For British Columbia Lawyers, consider including this webinar as a CPD learning activity in your annual Continuing Professional Development plan as it has been approved by the Law Society of British Columbia
  • For Alberta lawyers, consider including this course as a CPD learning activity in your annual Continuing Professional Development Plan
  • For Manitoba Lawyers, consider taking this course as part of your professional development activities
  • For Newfoundland & Labrador Lawyers, consider taking this course as part of your professional development activities
  • For Nova Scotia Lawyers, consider taking this course as part of your professional development activities

Who Will Benefit From The Course

  • Lawyers and paralegals who are members in good standing with a Canadian provincial or territorial law society
  • Notaries who are members in good standing with the Chambre des Notaires du Québec
  • Citizenship or Immigration Consultants who are members in good standing with the Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council

Dates

Live Online

Part-Time:

  • Coming again in 2023
    • Students must devote at least 3 hours per week to attend live webinars
    • Webinars will be held on Wednesdays from 4:00 to 7:00 pm PST
    • Outside of live instructional periods, students will be expected to take part in various independent and/or group activities

Required Materials

  • Emond Immigration Law Series Book One : Temporary Entry into the Canadian Labour Market. Authors: Stephen Green, Alexandra Cole, Cristina Guida, and Peter Salerno.

Fees

The registration fee for this course is $625.

Technical Requirements

Live Online Students

Ashton College uses web conferencing tools for conducting online classes and online learning management systems for managing resources, assignments, and grades. These tools help instructors and students connect live online as well as asynchronously. The basic requirements for online learning include a computer, webcam, speakers, and a microphone or a headset and headphones, along with a reliable internet connection. Though online learning can be pursued using smartphones and tablets, the use of laptops or desktop computers is encouraged for an enhanced learning experience.

 

This course does not require approval by the Private Training Institutions Branch of the Ministry of Advanced Education and Skills Training. As such, it was not reviewed.

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