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  • Inadmissibility to Canada for Criminal Reasons

    One of the more common grounds of deeming someone inadmissible for immigration to Canada, such as permanent resident applications, is evidence of past criminal activity. More specifically, it is what the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act refers to as either “criminality” or “serious criminality … Read more »

  • Commissions Can Be Payable Without a Signed Contract

    When working with a real estate agent, a homebuyer will typically enter into a Buyers Representation Agreement with their agent, which creates an exclusive relationship between the parties for the duration of the contract. The Agreement will further set out each party’s obligations, including any ag … Read more »

  • Is a Release a “Regular” Contract?

    Often when parties are involved in litigation and the parties are able to agree on a settlement, one of the parties – quite often a corporation or government entity – will ask the other party to sign a “release” as part of the settlement. Usually, the purpose of the release is to prohibit that other … Read more »

  • Humanitarian Exemptions to Findings of Medical Inadmissibility

    In immigration applications, such as permanent resident applications, one of the most important issues for applicants to be aware of concerns what is known in the profession as “H&C” claims; that is, claims or applications based upon “Humanitarian & Compassionate” reasons. Often, if someone applying … Read more »

  • Inadmissibility to Canada Due to Misrepresentation

    We have previously written on the topic of being inadmissible to Canada for various reasons. One of the more common reasons in Canada that someone can be denied a work permit or permanent resident application is if they misrepresent themselves in their application for immigrating to Canada. The deli … Read more »