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Edmonton immigration consultant has licence revoked

Regulatory council says it’s cracking down on unprofessional conduct Agnes Kagabane and Martina Murray came from different parts of the world to start new lives in Edmonton. Kagabane arrived from Uganda in 2014 and claimed refugee status. Murray arrived the same year from Ireland along with her husband, who has Canadian citizenship, and applied for

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Shekhtman v. Canada (Citizenship and Immigration), 2018 FC 964 (CanLII)

 Shekhtman v. Canada (Citizenship and Immigration), 2018 FC 964 (CanLII) The Federal Court of Canada overturned a refusal to consider a restoration application because it had been submitted after the legislated 90 day period. The Judge determined that the date a decision is “made”, which is the date when the 90 day period to apply

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Angry Young Men and Cops Who Don’t Kill You

Angry Young Men and Cops Who Don’t Kill You Publication/ Safe Space CBC Podcasts

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Silva v Canada (Citizenship and Immigration), 2017 CanLII 71276 (CA IRB)

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Nounou v Canada (Citizenship and Immigration), 2017 CanLII 64580 (CA IRB)

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New Article by Ali Esnaashari in the Toronto Law Journal

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Detained immigrant children ‘legally invisible’ in Canada, report claims

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Detained immigrant children ‘legally invisible’ in Canada, report claims

Detained immigrant children ‘legally invisible’ in Canada, report claims Author/ Amanda JeromePublication/ Lawyer’s Daily Ali Esnaashari, an immigration lawyer with Mamann, Sandaluk & Kingwell LLP, used to work at a refugee law office where tackling issues of families in detention was a common occurrence. “These children who are in detention centres are either there because

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Why I practice immigration and refugee law.

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