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Immigration Lawyer Michael Niren Quoted: Are Temporary Foreign Workers Being Taken Advantage Of?

Immigration lawyer Michael Niren was quoted in this recently published CBC article on the status of Temporary Foreign Workers in Canada. According to the article, Temporary Foreign Workers in Canada are sometimes being taken advantage of by employers who aren’t treating them fairly – including big-name fast food giants. The article profiles one such worker […]

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Immigration Lawyer Michael Niren Quoted: Immigration Minister Kenney Wants more power for who is Denied Entry to Canada

We have mentioned Bill C-43– the Faster Removal of Criminals Act – which would result in the deportation of permanent residents from Canada for minor offences. The Bill, which passed its second reading in Parliament earlier this week, would also allow Citizenship, Immigration and Multiculturalism Minister Jason Kenney more authority when it comes to who […]

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Immigration Lawyer Michael Niren Quoted: Second-Generation Immigrants to Canada Earn More Than Canadians

A new study conducted by researches at several prominent Canadian universities (including the University of Toronto, McGill University and the University of Western Ontario), second-generation immigrants in developed countries like Canada, the United States and Australia tend to be more successful with respect to wage earning than the “mainstream” population. According to the report, “In […]

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Immigration Lawyer Michael Niren Quoted: Skilled Work Points Program Changes Go Into Effect In January

The changes have been coming for months, but it’s now official: changes to how the Government of Canada ranks foreign skilled workers who apply to come to Canada via the points program are coming into effect in January of 2013. Skilled worker applicants must get 67 points out of 100, with more points given for […]

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