US & Canada Immigration News

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Immigration Consultations soon to be offered by Video and Instant Messaging

January 16, 2009

Video immigration consultations available soon Niren and Associates, Immigration lawyers is proud to announce that in addition to offering personal consulations at our offices in Toronto, Hamilton and Buffalo and telelphone consulations,  we will soon be providing Video and Instant Messaging consulations.  This way we can answer your questions in real-time over the computer just like […]

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Should I have an Immigration Lawyer with me at the Border?

January 13, 2009

Can an Immigration Lawyer help with border crossing issues? Many clients when applying for any given visa/status at a P.O.E. (Port of Entry), or simply wanting to travel to the USA or Canada  like having a lawyer physically with them to overcome any issues with a CBP/CBSA or Immigration Officer that may arise.

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Immigration Minister Visits Pakistan

January 10, 2009

ISLAMABAD, PAKISTAN–(Jan. 10, 2009) – Citizenship, Immigration and Multiculturalism Minister Jason Kenney held meetings with the Pakistani Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani and other government officials during a two-day visit to Pakistan.  “Pakistani Canadians play an important role in Canada. We are seeing more and more newcomers arriving from Pakistan,” says Kenney. 

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Facing Deportation from Canada? Reasons Why, Appealing, How to Return

January 6, 2009 / /

About Deportation From Canada At our office, we handle many deportations from Canada cases. The Canadian government department responsible for deportation from Canada and removals is the Canadian Border and Services Agency (CBSA). The CBSA is, among other things, in charge of protecting our borders from inadmissible persons and proceeding with removals against inadmissible persons […]

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Happy New Year from Niren and Associates

December 29, 2008
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Immigrant Settlement Funding in Canada Increased by 20 Percent

Canadian new immigrant settlement funding increased Minister of Citizenship, Immigration and Multiculturalism, Jason Kenney announced that provinces and territories outside of Ontario and Quebec will be allocated more than $240 million in new immigrant settlement funding to help newcomers settle and integrate into their new communities.  This is an increase of over $40 million or […]

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Open up Immigration to End the Housing Crises

Here is a solution to the housing crises that many may not have considered. Open our borders to well meaning, peaceful, productive people around the globe. In a flash, I will bet that the housing slump in Canada and in the US will come to an abrupt end. Currently, in Canada and the US, immigration policies are […]

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Immigration Minister Kenny Declares Santa Claus a Canadian Citizen

December 25, 2008

Santa is a Canadian Citizen While Canada, Denmark, Norway, Russia and the United States have all laid claim to the North Pole,  Canada’s Minister of Citizenship, Immigration and Multiculturalism, Jason Kenney, yesterday officially designated the legendary Christmas gift-giver  as a Canadian citizen, with air rights to fly over the country at any time.

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Niren and Associates Holiday Schedule

December 18, 2008

Our office will be operating on an office holiday schedule beginning 12pm on December 24 until the New Year. Times and Details are as follows: December 24: Open 9am-noon December 25 and 26: Closed December 29 and 30: Regular hours December 31: Open 9am-noon January 1: Closed Regular hours resume Friday, January 2. Though the office will be […]

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Canadian NAFTA Work Visas Now Issued Up To Three Years

December 16, 2008 /

[NAFTA is under revision. NAFTA will most likely turn into the USMCA (United States Mexico Canada Agreement). USMCA is expected to be approved in the beginning of 2019. Until then NAFTA will remain active and the visas under NAFTA are still available. Learn more about how the USMCA will affect Canadians. ] Professionals from the USA […]

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