Canada Will Welcome 350,000 Immigrants in 2021 | Evelyn Ackah | Immigration Lawyer

The Canadian government announced increased annual immigration admissions and Canada will welcome 350,000 immigrants in 2021, primarily via economic immigration programs to address skills shortages and gaps in the labour market. Immigration Minister Ahmed Hussen discussed Canada’s three-year immigration plan in the announcement on October 31, 2018, and said that “economic immigration is badly needed in areas across the country that…

You Can Move to Canada to Be With Your Spouse by December 2019: Limited Time Offer | Evelyn Ackah | Ackah Business Immigration Law

Do you want to move to Canada to be with your spouse? Are you married to or in love with a Canadian? Do you want to move to Canada to finally be together?  Ackah Law is offering a 15% discount on all Spousal Sponsorship applications from Nov 1 – Dec 31 2018 Follow your heart…

You Can Become a Canadian PR by December 2019 | Evelyn Ackah | Ackah Business Immigration Law

Do you want to become a Canadian Permanent Resident by December 2019? Here’s your opportunity:  Ackah Law is offering a 20% discount on all Express Entry Permanent Residence applications from November 1 – December 31, 2018  Make Canada your new home soon! The application process takes less than one year. Ackah Law offers flat free…

How Americans Can Move to Canada | Evelyn Ackah | Immigration Lawyer

Are you concerned about the impact of recent elections in the United States? Are you an American who wants to move to Canada? Have you been thinking about moving to Canada and now want to make the leap up north? Do you want information on how Americans can move to Canada? Ackah Business Immigration Law…

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October 2018 Ackah Law Newsletter “Canada is a nation of immigrants. We’ve always had immigration as a key tool for economic growth and nation-building.” – Ahmed Hussen, Canadian Minister of Immigration • USMCA Overview: NAFTA 2.0 • USMCA: What Didn’t Happen • Should You Let Your Nexus Pass Expire Now That Canada Legalized Marijuana

How to Hire an Immigration Lawyer | Evelyn Ackah | Immigration Lawyer

Immigration law is continuously evolving and requires diligence to be sure you have the most current information so you have the best chance to move to Canada and start your new life. It is important that you know how to hire an immigration lawyer so that you hire an experienced immigration expert to handle your…

Immigrants can help Canada's aging population and economy | Evelyn Ackah | Immigration Lawyer

Canada’s aging population and economy are a major concern for the Canadian government: In 1971 there were 6.6 people of working age for each senior,  but by 2012 that ratio had gone to 4.2 to 1 and  projections show it will be at 2 to 1 by 2036.   Quebec’s new government came into office October 15, the Coalition Avenir Québec – QAC. Global News reports their…

Customs Updates for Canada Marijuana Growers | Evelyn Ackah | Ackah Business Immigration Law

US border patrol’s policy on cannabis and cross-border business and travel is a major concern for Canadians as legalization nears. Not only are Canadian marijuana users at risk, Canadian investors and workers in the US cannabis industry also face barriers to entering the United States. In response to the concern, the United States has released Customs updates for Canada marijuana…

USMCA is Good for Cross-Border Business| Evelyn Ackah | Ackah Business Immigration Law

“The new deal with the US & Mexico means Canadian businesses will have more opportunities to grow – and that means more good, well-paying jobs for the middle class. More on how the #USMCA will benefit Canadian workers http://bit.ly/2Ov3nA9″ – Justin Trudeau Canada and US negotiators brokered a deal to replace NAFTA late September 30,…

Canada's AI Immigration Technology May Discriminate Against Immigrants | Evelyn Ackah | Ackah Business Immigration Law

Canada has two immigration AI (Artificial Intelligence) pilot projects that use artificial intelligence to sort through temporary resident visa applications from China and India. Experts say Canada’s AI immigration technology could lead to a break of human rights. New research by the University of Toronto’s Citizen Lab says AI (Artificial Intelligence) recently implemented by the Canadian government in pilot programs “could…