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Jacqueline Bart

PRINCIPAL

“Jacqueline Bart at BartLAW is our most highly regarded Canadian Corporate Immigration Lawyer 2016. She provides ‘detailed advice’ and it a ‘real pleasure to work with”. – Law Business Research, affiliated with the American Bar Association, Section of International Law.

For the second year in a row, Jacqueline ranked first amongst Canadian corporate immigration lawyers by Law Business Research.  Jacqueline was selected as the most highly regarded Corporate Immigration Lawyer in Canada, based upon comprehensive, independent survey work with both general counsel and business lawyers in private practice worldwide. Only specialists who have met independent international research criteria are listed.

Jacqueline Rose Bart is a Certified Immigration Specialist by the Law Society of Upper Canada with over 25 years of experience in Canadian immigration law. She has worked at Canada’s largest law firm, the High Court of Justice, London, UK and at the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHRC) in Geneva. She is the author, co-author and/or editor-in-chief of 15 immigration law books, including a 3,000+ page quarterly updated Canada/US Relocation Treatise, in addition to over 90 other immigration law publications.

Jacqueline is currently the immediate past President of the Immigration and Nationality Commission of the International Association of Lawyers (UIA) and the current President of the UIA Annual Congress Toronto 2017. She is also Vice-Chair of the American Bar Association (ABA), Section of International Law, Immigration and Naturalization Committee and a member of the Steering Group for the International Law Practice Management Forum.

Jacqueline has chaired and presented at over 75 international and national bar associations and congresses worldwide, including the International Bar Association (IBA), Union of International Associations (UIA), Inter-Pacific Bar Association (IPBA), Canadian Bar Association (CBA), Ontario Bar Association (OBA), American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA), American Bar Association (ABA), Council of Canadian Administrative Tribunals (CCAT), International Association of Young Lawyers (AIJA) and World Trade Organization (WTO). She has received multiple awards as the Leading Immigration Lawyer in Canada and as Immigration Lawyer of the Year-Canada. Jacqueline was also rated as the “most highly regarded” immigration specialist in Canada and ranks 5th in North America. Her team of immigration professionals has been described as “impressive” and “outstanding” in the media. She is a retired member of the diplomatic corps in Toronto as an ex officio honorary Consul of Ecuador.

Jacqueline founded BartLAW Canadian Immigration Barristers and Solicitors in 1994. In her spare time, Jacqueline volunteers for various children’s charities and provides pro-bono immigration assistance at the Sick Children’s Hospital in Toronto.

Appointments and Positions

  • President, 61st Annual Congress of the International Association of Lawyers (UIA), Toronto 2017
  • President, Immigration and Nationality Commission of the International Association of Lawyers (UIA) (2010-2015);
  • Vice-Chair, Employment and Immigration Committee of the Inter-Pacific Bar Association (IPBA) (2010, 2013 – present);
  • Vice-Chair, Immigration and Naturalization Committee of the American Bar Association – Section of International Law (ABA – SIL) (2012, 2013-present);
  • Member of the Steering Group, International Law Practice Management Forum of the American Bar Association Section of International Law (2013-2015);
  • Vice-Chair, Canada Committee of the American Bar Association Section of International Law (2012-2014);
  • Chair, Nationality and Immigration Commission’s Scientific Program for the Annual Conference of the UIA (2010 – 2015);
  • Chair, Immigration Practice Group, International Network of Boutique Law Firms (INBLF) (2006-2012)
  • Co-Chair, joint International Association of Young Lawyers and Union Internationale des Avocats Seminar, Business Travel and short-term Mobility: International Legal Trends (2014);
  • Board of Directors, International Network of Boutique Law Firms (INBLF) (since 2010-2012)
  • Co-chair, Practice Group Committee of the Board Directors, International Network of Boutique Law Firms (INBLF);
  • Chair, Global Migration Committee for the Rome District Chapter of the American Immigration Lawyers Association(AILA) (2011);
  • Co-chair, Global Migration Forum of the Global Migration Action Group (GMAG) (2011);
  • Mentor, Law Society of Upper Canada Immigration Certified Specialist and Immigration Law (LSUC);Co-chair, Global Migration Forum of the Global Migration Action Group (GMAG) (2011);
  • Newsletter Editor, Immigration and Nationality Commission of the Union Internationale Des Avocats (2009-2011);
  • Chair, CLE Institute of the Ontario Bar Association on Immigration Issues (OBA)(2009, 2011, and 2012);
  • Chair, Immigration Section CBSA Port of Entry Subcommittee of the Ontario Bar Association; founded the OBA’s CIC CBSA Enforcement Sub-Committee (2006).
  • Honorary Consul of Ecuador, (ex officio);
  • Member, Steering Committee of the Inter-Pacific Bar Association (IPBA) (2014) (Vancouver Annual Conference 2014);
  • Retired Member, Consular Corps, Toronto;
  • CIC Business Programs Evaluator, Appointed by the Canadian Bar Association on February 26, 2013 and Citizenship and Immigration Canada to evaluate CIC Business Programs (i.e. Investor and Entrepreneur);
  • Retired Member, Consular Corps, Toronto;
  • Member, Program Committee, Inter-Pacific Bar Association (IPBA) (Annual Conference in Vancouver 2014);
  • Executive Board Member, Canadian Bar Association Immigration Section (2008-2009);
  • Secretary, Ontario Bar Association Immigration Section (2004-2005); and
  • Certified Immigration Specialist, Law Society of Upper Canada (since 2005).

Memberships

  • International Bar Association (Since 1998);
  • Union International Des Avocats (since 2009);
  • American Bar Association (since 2011);
  • The Inter-Pacific Bar Association (since 2009);
  • Ontario Bar Association (since 1992);
  • Canadian Bar Association (since 1992);
  • Law Society of Upper Canada (since 1991);
  • American Immigration Lawyers Association (since 1992);
  • Consular Corps Association of Toronto (since 1997);
  • International Network of Boutique Law Firms (since 2005);
  • Ontario Club of Canada (since 2009);
  • Honorary Consul of Ecuador (ex officio);
  • The Ontario Club (since 1997);
  • Confrerie de la Chaine Des Rotisseurs; and
  • The National Club (since 2009)

Fellowships

  • Jacqueline Bart was appointed Fellow by the Board of Directors of the American Bar Foundation of the American Bar Association. The award was given in recognition “extraordinary leadership in the profession, service to society, and commitment to the ideals and objectives of the American Bar Association”. International Fellows are limited to a total of 300 worldwide.

Projects

  • United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, Geneva, Switzerland – Legal Protection Division (1990)
  • Barristers’ Chambers, London, England – Grays’ Inn (1989)
  • High Court of Justice, London, England – Researcher for Judiciary (1989)

Speaking Engagements

  • Speaker, American Immigration Lawyers Association RDC-EMEA Spring Conference “Growing the Practice – An Advanced Practice Management Panel” Vienna, Austria, May 2016
  • Discussion leader, XBHR 2016 Annual Conference “The mobile workforce in the new global economy”, Miami, USA, April 2016
  • Speaker, American Bar Association Spring Meeting “Syria Refugees: What Are the Economic and Social Consequences to the States Granting Asylum to Those Displaced” New York City, April 2016
  • Speaker, The Commons Institute “Advanced Sessions on Immigration Law 2016” Webinar from Toronto, January 2016
  • Speaker, American Bar Association, “Immigration & Naturalization Committee Monthly Teleconference”, November 2015
  • Speaker, American Immigration Lawyers Association RDC-EMEA, London Fall Conference, “Surprising Claims to and Losses of Non-US Citizenship”, London, England, November 2015
  • Speaker, Federated Press, “3rd Women and Leadership in the Legal Profession Conference” Toronto, ON, Canada, November 2015
  • Moderator of Main Theme Discussion, Union Internationale des Avocats 59th Annual Conference, “The Impact of Globalization and Mobility on Immigration Law: The Delicate Legal Balance of Economic Growth, Protectionism and Human Rights”, Valencia, Spain, October 2015
  • Course Leader, Federated Press “3rd Employing Foreign Workers Course”, May 2015, Toronto, ON, Canada
  • Speaker, American Bar Association, 2015 Spring Meeting, “Corporate, Employment, Immigration and Family Law Implications of Human Trafficking and Human Smuggling”, May 2015
  • Speaker, American Immigration Lawyers Association, “Global Migration Section Quarterly Teleconference”, February 2015
  • Program President and Speaker, UIA 58th Annual Congress, “The Creative Artist on the Move-Immigration Planning to Facilitate the Global Artist’s Pursuit of Brilliance”, Union Internationale des Avocats, Florence, Italy, November 2014
  • Speaker, The International Bar Association 2014 Annual Conference, The Hague Child Abduction Convention Symposium (Immigration and Hague Petitions), October 2014, Tokyo, Japan
  • Speaker, 2014 American Immigration Lawyers Association Global Immigration Forum, “Consular Officers and Practitioners Presentations” (Canadian Immigration Speaker with Immigration Consul in New York, Michael Watts) June 2014, Boston, MA, USA
  • Canadian Speaker, 2014 American Immigration Lawyers Association Global Immigration Forum, “Lunch with the Experts”, June 2014, Boston, MA, USA
  • Featured Immigration Speaker, Inter-Pacific Bar Association 24th Annual Meeting and Conference, “Employment and Immigration Session” May 2014, Vancouver, Canada
  • Co-Chair and Speaker, Business Travel and Short Term Mobility: International Legal Trends: A Joint Union Internationale des Avocats-International Association of Young Lawyers Seminar, “Entry for Visitors and Short Term Business/Work: Permitted and Non-permitted Activities” April 2014, Toronto, Canada
  • Speaker, American Bar Association Section of International Law, 2014 Spring Meeting, “Global Immigration Reform and The New Corporate Reality: What Employers and Corporate Counsel Need to Know”, April 2014, New York, New York, USA
  • Speaker, Canadian Corporate Relocation, Global Migration: Common Issues in Foreign Secondments, AILA Webinar, January 2014
  • Program President and Speaker, UIA 57th Annual Congress, “Global Citizenship and Nationality Trends”, Union Internationale des Avocats, November 2013, Macau, PRC
  • Speaker, “Immigration — Clash of Cultures”, International Bar Association, 6th Biennial International Bar Association Immigration Conference, November 22, 2013, London, UK
  • Speaker, “Following the Money Trail? Strategic Positioning in the Global Investment Market”, Immigration and Nationality Law Committee, International Bar Association Annual Conference, October 9, 2013, Boston, MA USA
  • Speaker, “The Growing Importance of Corporate Immigration and International Employment Law in Transactions: Getting it Right When Moving Personnel Between Entities, In-Country or Across Borders”, International Bar Association, Immigration and Nationality Law Committee, International Bar Association Annual Conference, October 10, 2013, Boston, MA USA
  • Discussion Leader, American Immigration Lawyers’ Association (AILA), Global Migration Section, “Navigating a Global Practice Through Dynamic World Markets”, June 26, 2013, San Francisco, CA USA
  • Presenter on Immigration and Nationality Commission, Governing Board of UIA, June 1, 2013 in Montreal, Canada
  • Governing Board of UIA, June 1, 2013 in Montreal, Canada
  • Speaker, Immigration Education Alliance (IMEDA), “Federal Skilled Worker Program (Ministerial Instructions 2013 and Start-Up Visa”, May 23, 2013 in Markham, Ontario
  • Speaker, Immigration Education Alliance (IMEDA), “Federal Skilled Worker Program (Ministerial Instructions 2013 and Start-Up Visa”, May 23, 2013 in Markham, Ontario
  • Speaker, American Bar Association, Section of International Law, Spring Conference, “Canadian and International Mobility: A Challenge for Business and Government in an Interconnected World”, April 23-27, 2013 in Washington, DC USA
  • Speaker, The Canadian Institute, Advanced Forum on Labour Relations “Strategies to Remain Competitive: Lessons from the West in Managing the Skilled Labour Shortage”, April 2013, Toronto, Ontario
  • Keynote Speaker, 56th Union Internationale Des Avocats Congress, “Global Market vs. Protectionism: Labor Mobility & Trade in Services”, November 1st, 2012 in Dresden, Germany
  • President of Immigration Law and Nationality Commission Joint Session with the Labour Law Commission and Speaker, “Global Employees: Immigration Consideration for Employers, November 1st, 2012 in Dresden, Germany, 56th UIA Annual Congress
  • Speaker, Consular Corps Association of Toronto Luncheon, “2012 Immigration Update”, October 10, 2012 at The National Club, Toronto, Ontario
  • Speaker, “Successfully Managing Key Employment Law and Recruitment Issues Arising With the Employment of Foreign Workers” in Employing Foreign Workers: The Latest Comprehensive Tools For Successfully, Hiring and Retaining Foreign Workers in Ontario and Eastern Canada Seminar”, September 20, 2012 in Toronto, ON
  • Session Leader and Speaker, “Workforce Globalization: an International Immigration Law Perspective,” GMAC 1st Annual Global Form, Nashville, Tennessee, June 2012
  • Speaker, “The Rising Significance of Cross-Border Employment: Issues, Difficulties and Solutions,” Immigration and Nationality Committee, Annual Inter-Pacific Bar Conference, New Delhi, May 2012
  • Speaker, “International Session: Future Directions in Migration Law in Selected Commonwealth Countries,” Law Council of Australia, 6th Annual CPD Immigration Law Conference, Sydney, Australia, March 2012
  • Program Chair, “Immigration Audits and Enforcement: The New Reality,” 2012 OBA Institute, Toronto, Ontario, February 2012
  • Speaker, “The Importance of Migration in an Interconnected World: Encouraging the Circulation of Athletes, Scientists and others, while Securing Borders Against Terrorists,” UIA 55th Congress, Miami, Florida, October 2011.
  • Speaker, “Comparison of Business Visitor rules in various jurisdictions/What is “work” and when is a work visa required,” RDC London Conference, London, England, September 2011
  • Speaker on Practice Group Committees and Discussion of Immigration Practice Group,” INBLF Black Tie Weekend, Paris, France, September 2011
  • Program Chair and Speaker, AILA San Diego Conference, San Diego, California, June 2011
  • Speaker, “Disability Discrimination in the Workplace: Cross-Border Laws, Liability and Trends,” IPBA Conference, Kyoto, Japan, May 2011
  • Speaker, “Cross-Border Human Capital Relocation and Immigration Compliance in Canada,” ExpatSafe Congress, Düsseldorf, German, May 2011
  • Speaker, “Employer Compliance with Immigration Law in Canada: Penalties and Liabilities,” RDC AILA Spring Conference, Frankfurt, Germany, April 2011
  • Speaker, “Entry to Canada After a Conviction,” Montana Defense Lawyers’ Association Seminar, Pray, Montana, March 2011
  • Program Chair, “Global Employees: Where Immigration and Employment Law Collide,” Toronto , Ontario, OBA, February 2011
  • Chair of Immigration Scientific Program, “Immigration Compliance Initiatives Across the Globe,” 54th UIA Congress, Istanbul, Turkey, October 2010
  • Speaker, “The New World Economy: Key Labour, Employment and HR Challenges faced by Businesses with a Global Workforce,” IBA Conference, New Delhi, India, February 2010
  • Speaker, “Canadian Immigration Updates and Visitor Do’s and Don’ts,” AILA, Global Migration Forum, Washington D.C., June 30, 2010.
  • Speaker of Canadian Immigration Update, Webinar for the Human Resources Professional Association, June 2, 2010.
  • Co-Chair of Immigration Panel, Center for International Legal Studies Conference, Colorado, April 2010.
  • Co-Chair of Immigration Panel, Union International Des Avocats Conference, Utah, March 2010.
  • Speaker on Canadian Immigration Law, International Bar Association, Employment and Discrimination Conference, New Delhi India, Imperial Hotel, February 2010.
  • Co-Chair of the Immigration Panel and Speaker on Canadian Work Force Mobility, International Employment and Immigration Law Conference 2009, Center for International Legal Studies, Salzburg, Austria, October 9-12, 2009.
  • Speaker, Immigration and Nationality Commission, “Immigration In A Time of Crisis: The Effect of the World Wide Economic Downturn-Canada,” Union Internationale Des Avocats, Seville, Spain, October 2009.
  • Speaker, 6th Annual CPD Immigration Law Conference, “International Session: Future Directions in Migration Law in Selected Commonwealth Countries”, March 9th, 2012 in Sydney, Australia
  • Speaker, “Visitor Visas to Canada,” International Bar Association, 4th Biennial Global Immigration Law Conference, November 19-20, 2009, London, England.
  • Speaker, World Trade Organization: Immigration Symposium; WTO Headquarters, Geneva, Switzerland. September 22 and 23, 2008. Mode 4 GATS-Movement Of Persons Across Borders.
  • Speaker and writer, International Bar Association, Buenos Aires, Argentina, October 12, 2008; Canadian Immigration Law-Permanent Residence and Work Permits.
  • Co-Chair and Speaker, OBA CLE Institute, on February 2, 2008; “Maintaining Permanent Residence Status And Citizenship Applications” Panel Moderator, Speaker and Writer, Canadian Bar Association
  • National Immigration Conference; “Work Permits and Permanent Residence”, Niagara, Ontario, May 2008.
  • Chair and Speaker, Ontario Bar Association “Ask The Immigration Experts” Citizenship and Immigration Programme, June 18, 2008. Speaker and Writer, The Canadian Institute, Conference Toronto, July 16, 2008; Mastering Immigration Applications for Foreign Workers

Articles and Engagements

  • Co-Author, “US Employees Coming to Work in Canada: recent Tax and Immigration Law Developments”, The 2016 Lexpert/American Lawyer Guide to the 500 Leading Lawyers in Canada (18th Edition), January 2016
  • Contributor, “The Wealthy Migrant”, A report from The Economist Intelligence Unit, November 2015
  • Writer, “Express Entry: Opportunities for Permanent Residence to Canada” and “New Employer Compliance Work Permit Regulations for Canada”, American Bar Association Section of International Law-Immigration & Naturalization Committee Newsletter, October 2015
  • Writer, “Top 7 Changes in Canadian Immigration Law in 2013”, Canadian International Lawyer, Canadian Bar Association, Volume 9, No. 2, 2013
  • Featured Immigration Specialist, “After Kafkaesque Hunt, Indian Status and Citizenship Both Out of Reach for Desperate Ontario Mom”, The National Post, July 13, 2013
  • Co-Author, Juriste International Magazine: “Important Amendments to Canada’s Economic Immigration Programs and New Conditions Placed on Sponsored Spouses”, Union Internationale des Avocats, 2013.2
  • Author, “Canada Against the World: Attracting Talent”, Who’s Who Legal: Corporate Immigration Manual 2013
  • Author, “Canadian Immigration Law Amendments Target Backlogs, Changing Labour Markets, and Program Integrity”, Immigration and Naturalization Committee Newsletter, American Bar Association of International Law, Summer 2013
  • Co-Author, Global Migration Section Digest: “Update on Economic Immigration Programs, Sponsored Spouses Conditions”, Volume 1, Issue 6, American Immigration Lawyers Association, 2013
  • Jacqueline Bart, Immigration Commission President Interview, Juriste International Magazine: “How to Enhance Involvement into a Commission?”, Union Internationale des Avocats, April 2012
  • Author, Global Immigration Forum Handbook 2012, AILA
  • Author, Union Internationale des Avocats, Newsletter, January 2012 and August 2012
  • Author, Global Migration Digest, AILA Global Migration Action Group: “Canada to Reduce Wait Times for Parents and Grandparents”, Volume 1, American Immigration Lawyers Association, January 2012
  • Author, Disability, Employment Standards & Immigration Discrimination, IPBA Journal, December 2011
  • Editor and Writer Union Internationale des Avocats Newsletter, Volume 2, Number 1, January 2010
  • Author, ABA Immigration & Naturalization Newsletter Article, November 2009,Canada: Immigration in a Time of Crisis, The Effect of the Worldwide Economic Downturn
  • Editor and Co-Author, Union Internationale Des Avocats, July 2009 Newsletter of Immigration Law and Nationality Commission.
  • Author, International Bar Association, Immigration and Nationality Law Newsletter, October 2009 Issue, “Conflicts of Interests and Employer Compliance”.
  • Author, Addendum, A Newsletter Publication by the Canadian Bar Association, Winter 2008, Corporate Governance in Immigration for Employers.
  • Feature Article Writer, OBA Immigration Newsletter, January 2008, Immigration Compliance for Employers.
  • Author, Canadian HR Reporter, “Immigration Changes Won’t Solve Problem” June 8, 2008,
  • Author, The Lawyers Weekly, May 16, 2008, “New Immigration Bill Offends Society’s Fundamental Values”
  • Feature Article Writer, The GlobeTrotter, OBA International Law Section July 2008 on Immigration Law for International Lawyers “Bill C-50, The Rule of Law and Executive Power”.
  • Featured Quotes, The Lawyers Weekly, “New Immigration Class Welcomes Foreign Students and Workers”, October 10, 2008
  • Various Papers for Seminars and Speaking Engagements.
  • Author, Law Times, “Immigration Compliance Can’t Be Ignored” November 12, 2007
  • Speaker, Law Society Of Upper Canada, Immigration Law, Skilled Worker Category, June 8, 2007.
  • Moderator, Speaker and Writer, Canadian Bar Association, National Citizenship and Immigration Conference, Law Practice Management, April 13-14, 2007, Victoria, BC.
  • Center For International Legal Studies, Kitzbuhel, Austria, January 2007; “Business Immigration and Taxation Issues for Foreign Executives”
  • Chair and speaker, Ontario Bar Association, Citizenship and Immigration Section with Citizenship and Immigration Canada Senior Government Officials, “Processing Issues in Toronto, Work Permits, CPC Mississauga and Humanitarian and Compassionate Applications” The Albany Club, September 13, 2006.
  • Moderator and Speaker, Law Society of Upper Canada, Immigration Summit “Insurance Alternatives to Immigration Trusts”, November 28, 2006.
  • Speaker and Sub-Committee Member, Ontario Bar Association, Citizenship and Immigration Section, Proposed Enhancements to the Regulation of Immigration Consultants/Paralegals, June 29, 2006.
  • Speaker and Author, Law Society of Upper Canada, “immigration Implications of Findings of Guilt on Immigration Status”, The 6th Annual Six Minute Criminal Defense Lawyer, June 10, 2006.
  • Speaker and Author, Canadian Bar Association, National Citizenship and Immigration Conference, Banff, Alberta, April 15-16, 2005.
  • Speaker, Canadian Consular and Diplomatic Corps Association of Toronto, Canadian Intra-Company Transfers and Relocation/Immigration Law, March 8, 2005.
  • Speaker and Author, Law Society of Upper Canada, Immigration Law Summit, “Strategies for Skilled Workers”, November 19, 2004.
  • Speaker, Ontario Bar Association, Immigration Law Program, The Creation of CSIC: Pros and Cons, January 13, 2004.
  • Speaker and Author, Law Society of Upper Canada, Immigration Forum, Business Immigration Law, 2002.
  • Speaker and Author, Law Society of Upper Canada, Immigration Forum, Skilled worker Immigration law, 2001.
  • Speaker and Author, Law Society of Upper Canada, The Six Minute Business Lawyer, Visitor Status and Work Permits, May 15, 2000.
  • Speaker and Author, The Law Society of Upper Canada, Immigration Forum, Non-immigrant Issues, December 6, 1999.
  • Speaker and Author, The Law Society of Upper Canada, Immigration Law and Practice Forum, November 24, 1998.
  • Speaker, Law Society of Upper Canada, The Six Minute Legal Marketer, Ethics and Immigration Law, November 6, 1998.
  • Chair, Speaker and Author of a Two Day Insight Conference “International Employee Transfers”, May 29-30, 1997.
  • Chair, Speaker and Author, of a Two Day Insight Conference “Cross Border Employee Transfers”, April 25-26, 1997.
  • Speaker and Author, Law Society of Upper Canada, “Developing an Immigration Practice: Critical Information”, June 7, 1996.
  • Speaker and Author, Law Society of Upper Canada, “Practicing Immigration Law Under the New Rules and Huddle with the Experts”, November 1995.
  • Speaker, Canadian Bar Association, The NAFTA, 1994.
  • Speaker, Business Immigration, Centre D’Etudes en Administration Internationale Montreal, Quebec, 1993

Law Books
BY JACQUELINE BART

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Canadian/U.S. Relocation Manual: Immigration, Customs, Employment, and Taxation

Editor-in-Chief of Bart and Fragomen’s Canadian/US Relocation Law: Immigration, Employment, Customs and Taxation Law, a 3000+ page loose leaf Relocation Treatise, published by Carswell and updated quarterly since 1998. This is currently Canada’s most extensive corporate relocation law book, utilized by lawyers internationally.

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Work Permits
and Visa

Work Permits and Visas (1996), Canada Practice Guide Immigration, Carswell ISBN 0-459-56038-7. This book addresses various work permit categories, including the North American Free Trade Agreement, the Trade in Services Agreement and Canadian Work permit Policy.

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Permanent
Residence

Co-author with David A. Bruner of Permanent Residence (1998), Canada Practice Guide Immigration, Carswell ISBN 0-459-25462-6. This book addresses various skilled worker, economic class, family class, business and self-employment immigration categories.

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Corporate Immigration Law:
A Practitioners’ Guide

Author of Canadian content, Global Corporate Immigration International Practitioners’ Guide (Oxford University Press). Bettina Offer and Shalini Agarwal, editors

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Global Business
Immigration Practice Guide

Author of Canadian content, ABIL Global Business Immigration Practice Guide (LexisNexis Publishers). Stephen Yale-Loehr, editor, currently in its fourth edition.

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Global Mobility:
An Overview for Human
Resource Professionals

Author of Canadian content, Global Mobility: An Overview for Human Resource Professionals (ILW Publishing), 2013 and 2015 editions by Poorvi Chothani, editor

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Immigration Law:
Jurisdictional Comparisons

Author of Canadian content, Immigration Law: Jurisdictional Comparisons, First Edition, 2013 (Thomson Reuters), Laura Devine, editor.

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The International
Comparative Legal Guide to:
Corporate Immigration

Author of Canadian content, The International Comparative Legal Guide to: Corporate Immigration 2014 (Global Legal Group).