Consulta un Experto - Esquina Legal

Este artículo es parte de la columna "Esquina Legal" publicada en la edición de Mayo de LATINOS Magazine https://issuu.com/latinosmagazine/docs/latinos_magazinemayo2018finalweb2/8. Pregunta: Mi solicitud de residencia permanente fue rechazada pero tengo un Permiso Transitorio de Trabajo Abierto (Bridging Open Work Permit) con validez de 1 año. ¿Me podrían indicar si mi permiso sigue valido, a pesar que la solicitud de residencia permanente fue rechazada? Respuesta Hola. Es una pregunta interesante que nos hacen muy seguido. Vale la pena destacar que el Permiso Transitorio de Trabajo Abierto fue pensado como opción para que el solicitante que se encuentre dentro de Canadá y tenga un permiso d

Learning Moments - Canadian Education Points under Express Entry

This article by Andrew Carvajal is part of the Immigration Education Alliance (IMEDA) weekly column titled "Learning Moments" and published online http://campaign.r20.constantcontact.com/render?m=1111379240993&ca=4f46fb3f-a9c2-490a-9066-773c76eda8d0 Hello fellow practitioners. Today’s column deals with the additional points awarded under Express Entry for Canadian education. Reader's questions I have two questions about the additional points for Canadian education awarded under Express Entry’s Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS). Question 1: I have a client who was enrolled in a one-year graduate program in Canada. While the program would be completed in one year when pursuing full-time studi

Learning Moments - Bridging Open Work Permits at the Canadian Port of Entry

This article by Andrew Carvajal is part of the Immigration Education Alliance (IMEDA) weekly column titled "Learning Moments" and published online http://campaign.r20.constantcontact.com/render?m=1111379240993&ca=0e9afc86-e8b0-46ff-99d1-681032ab5636 Hello fellow practitioners. Today's column deals with applications for a Bridging Open Work Permit at the Canadian port of entry. Reader's question A non-TRV foreign national who applied for permanent residence as a provincial nominee received a R-10 letter and has applied for a Bridging Open Work Permit (BOWP). He now has implied status, as his work permit expired. However, prior to receiving his BOWP, he is supposed to be a groomsman in a weddi

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