Will Tao appeared in an article by the Canadian Bar Association about the pandemic's long-term effects on immigration.
We are proud to announce that the contributions of two of the firm's lawyers are being recognized with awards from the Canadian Bar Association. Congratulations to Erin Roth for receiving the Volunteer Recognition Award, and to Will Tao for receiving the Founders' Award!
Will Tao recently joined Canadian Immigration Lawyer, Mark Holthe on his podcast, Canadian Immigration Podcast, to discuss some of the challenges international students experience when studying in Canada and some essential tips to avoiding the most common pitfalls.
At Edelmann & Company, we know that the COVID-19 pandemic has created unprecedented challenges for all members of Canadian society, but that refugee claimants, permanent residents, and other noncitizens may face particular challenges as a result of the pandemic and the resulting shutdown, including social isolation policies. In particular, the closure of many international borders, [...]
Erica Olmstead and Molly Joeck are the newest members of the Canadian Council for Refugees, Legal Affairs and Advisory Litigation Committees: https://ccrweb.ca/en/legal-affairs-committee
Peter Edelmann was interviewed by News 1130 about the lack of border clarity with the recent changes to the pre-clearance agreement between Canada and the United States.
(From the Canadian Counsel for Refugees Media release) Supreme Court case gives opportunity to protect non-citizens’ right to challenge unlawful detention The Canadian Council for Refugees is intervening in the Chhina case addressing immigration detention, which will be heard by the Supreme Court of Canada today. The CCR is arguing that immigration detainees should be [...]
Will Tao was interviewed by Global News for their article about whistle-blowers sounding the alarm over alleged immigration violations at Subway sandwich shop.