Canadian Immigration and Refugee Law: A Practitioner's Handbook, 4th Edition
, Cathryn Sawicki
General Editor(s): Cathryn Sawicki
, Chantal Desloges
Canadian Immigration and Refugee Law: A Practitioner’s Handbook offers practitioners a current and comprehensive analysis of the complexities and nuances within immigration law.
Designed to keep practitioners up to date with the continual reforms to Canada’s immigration, refugee, and citizenship systems, this all-in-one resource explains key principles and processes, from eligibility criteria to decision-making. Procedures, practices, and legislation are contextualized through current events, program descriptions, legislative and policy references, and practical tips.
Updated to include recent case law and legislative amendments, the fourth edition discusses new permanent residency streams, IRCC entry and exit tracking, online application systems, and more. This edition also features new figures and updated sample documents, including a citizenship certificate.
Perfect for anyone seeking a comprehensive understanding of immigration and refugee law—from lawyers, paralegals, and consultants who need a practical resource manual, to students learning the basics of immigration and refugee law, to laypersons such as interpreters and settlement and community workers.