Finding the right tone with IRCC

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Date and time
Wednesday, March 28, 2018 at 13:30 PDT   see it in calendar
Krisha Dhaliwal
Krisha Dhaliwal
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  • recording
  • in English
CPD hours
LSBC 3 CPD hours available until: 18.09.2023
CICC (ICCRC) 3 CPD hours - Validity of the recording expired on: 26.06.2018
LSUC 0.5 Professionalism hours available until: 07.03.2022

Finding the right tone with IRCC

Fighting and preventing requests, rejections, refusals, and delays

1. Preventative steps – what to include on applications to try and prevent refusals
a) Document checklists and cover letters
b) Submission letters
c) Predicting when you have a problem file
d) Tips to avoid incomplete applications
e) Ethical issues: due diligence, honesty and candour, know your client, competency and skills, managing client’s expectations, maintaining the integrity of the system

2. Responding to request letters and Procedural Fairness Letters
a) Extension Requests
b) Submitting ATIPs
c) Interviewing your client
d) Putting in new/revised submissions
e) Ethical issues: timely communication with client and IRCC, avoiding misrepresentation and omission

3. Interview requests
a) Strategies to prepare a client for the interview process within different contexts
b) Ethical issues: preparing vs. coaching the client

4. Receiving refusals
a) How to react to receiving a refusal letter
b) How to inform your client and prepare next steps
c) Ethical issues: honesty and candour, full disclosure, timely communication, dealing with one’s mistakes and/or omissions

5. Reconsideration requests and seeking a second look
a) Situations where reconsideration may be appropriate
b) Situations where reconsideration may not be appropriate
c) How to submit a reconsideration request
d) Ethical issues: competency, communication skills, full disclosure

6. Judicial Review
a) Overview of the judicial review process (for non-lawyers)
b) How to contact a lawyerEthical issues: how to maintain client’s privacy when seeking legal advice, confidentiality, releasing the client to a new representative

c) Ethical issues: how to maintain client’s privacy when seeking legal advice, confidentiality, releasing the client to a new representative

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Capacity: 50
3 hours
  • regular fee - $ 90.00


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