Angela Hutchinson (Street Articles Author)
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What Can Canada Do For Immigrant Investors?
Up until a few years ago, the federal government had a viable immigrant investor program. While the Canadian government has what is nominally an immigrant investor program, at this stage, it is really only going through the motions. The current (federal) program is a laughingstock. It appears to have been…
By:  in  Legal  >  Immigration   Mar 05, 2016  
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Work Permit Canada for Ainp Nomination
Within the last couple of years, many temporary foreign workers (TFWs) have applied for nomination under the Alberta Immigrant Nominee Program (AINP), which is Alberta’s provincial nominee program. Provincial nominee programs (PNPs) are special immigration programs established pursuant to federal-provincial agreements. Under the PNP system, a province can nominate a…
By:  in  Legal  >  Immigration   Aug 11, 2015  
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3 Possible Ways for Immigration to Canada
Canada is an attractive choice for many. It’s a large, beautiful country. It’s also a safe place to live, governed by the rule of law. Furthermore, even during a period of economic recession, the Canadian standard of living tends to remain strong. Arguably, we have one of the best healthcare…
By:  in  Legal  >  Immigration   Aug 11, 2015  
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Sponsorhip Canada | In Canada Vs Out Of Canada
6 things to consider when choosing between in-Canada In-Canada vs Out-of-Canada Sponsorship Canadaand out-of-Canada spousal sponsorship Couples wishing to apply for spousal (or common law) sponsorship are often faced with a dilemma. Should they use the in-Canada method or the out-of-Canada method? Answering this question is not always easy, as…
By:  in  Business  >  Entrepreneurialism   Aug 03, 2015  
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Guide to Express Entry In Canada
Express Entry is the latest big thing in Canadian immigration law. From the government’s point of view it’s wonderful: it cuts down on processing times, maintains a stable flow of immigration applications, employs digital systems that are more modern and efficient than the old paper-based systems, and uses “objective” measures…
By:  in  Business   Jul 31, 2015  
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Giving Credit Where Credit is Due
As a Canadian immigration lawyer, I can be frequently heard swearing under my breath (or sometimes at much louder volumes) about Canadian immigration policy. In many respects, the Canadian government just doesn’t seem to get it. Historically, this has been the case with family sponsorships. In a country with an…
By:  in  Business   Jul 31, 2015  
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