Trying to navigate the information available on the Canadian Government website can be overwhelming. When it comes to immigration, you want to be sure you have a very clear understanding of what you’re doing in order to make the process as smooth as possible. Enter the Richmond Public Library.
On Thursday, October 8th, lawyer Robert YC Leong will present the intricacies of the Canadian Immigration system. He will outline the issues that permanent residents face trying to complete the immigration process including:
- Meeting the residency obligation and renewing PR cards;
- Becoming a citizen;
- Sponsorship of spouses or parents
and Immigration issues faced by temporary residents (workers, students, visitors)
- Changes to the Caregiver program
- 4-year cap for temporary foreign workers
- Path to permanent residence under Economic Class – Express Entry
The People’s Law School is a non-profit charitable society providing public legal education and information to British Columbians. Not only do they offer workshops, like the one above, they also have publications and multimedia as well as referral services covering topics from consumer law, paying taxes, wills and estates and more.
If you’re interested in this workshop, or finding out more about the People’s Law School, click on the calendar, find the workshop on October 8th and register.