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Navigating Immigration Law

As immigration addresses labor shortages, employers must adapt to evolving laws, assess recruitment viability, understand foreign worker accountability and implement retention measures.

Thursday, May 23, 2024, 1:00pm AST

Immigration is increasingly the solution to Canadian labour & skills shortages yet immigration laws are constantly evolving – and employers must keep pace. How do you assess whether international recruitment is a viable strategy? How accountable are you for your foreign workers? How do you retain your foreign worker employees? Join McInnes Cooper Immigration Lawyers, Sarah McInnes and Hanaa Al Sharief, for answers to these and learn more about questions employers frequently ask about immigration law.

About the Presenters:

Sarah McInnes is an Immigration Lawyer based in McInnes Cooper’s Halifax office. Sarah provides strategic and practical advice to a wide range of clientele with Canadian immigration issues, from corporations seeking labour market impact assessments and strategies to hire temporary foreign workers to individuals seeking visas, study permits, work permits and permanent residency. Sarah is past Chair of the Canadian Bar Association-NS Branch Citizenship and Immigration Section and serves on the Board of Directors of the YMCA and the Board of Governors of NSCAD.

Hanaa Al Sharief is an Immigration Lawyer based in McInnes Cooper’s Halifax office. Bilingual in Arabic and English, Hanaa has more than a decade of global working experience. Hanaa delivers cost-effective and strategic advice to both corporate and individual clients in all areas of Canadian business and personal immigration law, including the transfer and recruitment of foreign workers to Canada under federal and provincial immigration programs, compliance reviews and inspection audits and immigration strategies to obtain temporary and permanent residence status in Canada.

Navigating Immigration Law

Hosted by Deanna MacDonald, MCM.

Thursday, May 23, 2024, 1:00pm AST

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