How the US RAISE Act Impacts Canada

2017-08-12
Evelyn Ackah | How the US RAISE ACT Impacts Canada

 

President Trump proposed changes to cut US immigration on August 2, introducing The Reforming American Immigration for Strong Employment (RAISE) Act. Immigration reform was a key platform in Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign and he pledged to put American workers first. President Trump introduced the bill saying “our low-skilled [immigration] system with a points-based system.”

The proposed changes to US immigration laws could impact immigration here in Canada:

Calgary immigration lawyer Evelyn Ackah sees US immigration changes as an opportunity for Canada to attract skilled immigrants that improve the economy:

Many well-educated, talented and creative people want to move to our country to work or start a business that will improve our economy and create jobs. I look forward to working with people from around the globe who want to move here and help build a stronger Canada.

Learn more: US Proposes Immigration Cuts: How This Impacts Canada  

Do you have questions about Moving to Canada? We Can Help

Calgary Immigration Lawyer Evelyn Ackah is a Canada immigration law expert and founder and managing lawyer at Ackah Business Immigration Law. Immigration law is becoming more complex and challenging every day. Immigration applications can be refused due to minor oversights and omissions that can delay or negatively impact your business or your family reunifications plans. By not using a lawyer you can be putting your business and your family at risk.

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(403) 452-9515 Ext. 107 or 1-800-932-1190 or Contact@ackahlaw.com 

About the author

Evelyn Ackah Evelyn Ackah is the Founder and Managing Lawyer at Ackah Business Immigration Law. She has been practicing law since 1999 and brings her passion and knowledge for immigration law to her corporate and individual clients from all over the world. Calgary • Toronto • Vancouver        Connect with Evelyn:        LinkedIn: evelynackah       Twitter: @AckahLaw       Facebook: AckahBusinessImmigrationLaw

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