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Immigration in the Age of COVID-19

Author/ Joel Sandaluk For the past several weeks, the COVID-19 global pandemic has left the world reeling. Ordinarily reliable government institutions and agencies have had a very difficult time adjusting to the disruption caused by the pandemic. For many individuals and businesses, this disruption has been disastrous. Global travel has been limited, productivity has been

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Blind Son Balcony

Mother of Blind Son Has Refugee Claim Unjustly Denied

Mother of blind son faces deportation as government denies her refugee claim. Sylvia Williams says she has no home, job or family back in Barbados. A woman and her adult son with a disability could be separated for the first time in their lives because the federal government accepted his refugee claim and denied hers. Sylvia

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The Supreme Court’s decision, new hope to permanent residents

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Admissibility Hearings before the Immigration Division of the IRB

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