Erin Roth is giving a talk at Immigration section of the CBA on "Becoming inadmissible to Canada: 'machinery' of immigration enforcement."
Hans joined Edelmann and Co. in 2020 and currently practices Canadian Immigration and Refugee Law. He particularly enjoys immigration litigations and appeals. He obtained his law degree from Indiana University Maurer School of Law in Bloomington, Indiana and Master of Arts in Criminology from Simon Fraser University. Hans is licensed to practice in the District [...]
By Erin Roth What does Canada consider a terrorist organization? If a person has given thought to this matter, the answer is likely ‘any organization designated by the Minister under Canada’s Anti-Terrorism Act’. Indeed, the Minister of Public Safety does keep a list and this list does contain individuals and organizations that Canada has determined [...]
By Will Tao On 2 September 2020, Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) released new instructions which help to further clarify that Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) and partner Airline companies, would be responsible for ultimately determining whether international students would be able to travel to Canada to begin/resume studies as a result of COVID-19 [...]
We are a progressive law firm located in downtown Vancouver specialized in refugee, immigration, and criminal law. The successful candidate will be responsible for the conduct of a wide variety of client files in a friendly and supportive environment. Experience and Qualifications: -Demonstrated interest in human rights and social justice -J.D. or LL.B. degree and [...]
By Will Tao In the recent decision of Ouansa v. Canada (Citizenship and Immigration), 2020 FC 632 (CanLII), Justice Favel allowed the judicial review of Mr. Ouansa, an Algerian national, on the basis that the refusal of his Temporary Resident Permit (“TRP”) Application was not reasonable. The Applicant (as commonly done in the course [...]
Erin C. Roth is speaking on family class sponsorships at an online conference hosted by ISS of BC on 9 August 2020. This event is aimed at members of the public who are seeking to bring family members to Canada.
Erica Olmstead and Erin C. Roth presented at an online conference to the Canadian Association of Refugee Lawyers on 30 July 2020. They spoke about inadmissibility for organized criminality under section 37(1) of the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act.