Temporary residents in Canada 2016

Seminar ID
Date and time
Thursday, August 11, 2016 at 09:00 EDT   see it in calendar
Andrew Carvajal
Andrew Carvajal
presenter's bio
  • recording
  • in English
CPD hours
CICC (ICCRC) 6.5 CPD hours - Validity of the recording expired on: 02.02.2018
LSBC 6.5 CPD hours available until: 09.08.2024

Temporary residents in Canada

A quick review of temporary residence applications (TRVs, Study Permits and Work Permits)

eTA - Electronic Travel Authorization

Temporary Resident Permits – inadmissibility, overstay

Ethical issues

when the consultant knows the “true” purpose of the stay
misrepresentation and consequences
honesty and candour
managing client’s expectations
competence, experience, knowledge

Dual intent applicants

Work permits

Where to apply
Business visitors and other work without a Work Permit
Common LMIA exemptions
Spousal permits
Open work permits
Post-graduation work permit
PR applicants (spousal sponsorship, caregivers, refugees)

Study permits

Where to apply
Students and work permits
Study without a study permit
Spousal permits


Rights and responsibilities of visitors to Canada
Super visa

Implied status

Terms and conditions

Extending work status following an application for permanent residence

Extending or changing temporary status (student to work, work to student, visitor to work or student, work and study)

Criminal or medical inadmissibility affecting temporary residents already in Canada


Restoration after a refused application

Ethical issues

Competency of counsel
Managing client’s expectations
Extending temporary status through meritless applications
Due diligence
Maintaining a file (future applications, potential complaints)
Hart House, University of Toronto
7 Hart House Circle
M5S 3H3

Capacity: 50

Parking: $ 15 per day. Credit card or coins. Pay at the pay machine. Short walk from TTC.
6.5 hours
  • regular fee - $ 180.00


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