Immigration Law and Practice, 2nd Edition
Designed to help practitioners understand immigration and refugee law legislation, Immigration Law and Practice, 2nd Edition explains how the Charter applies to immigration law, helps practitioners keep abreast of the evolution of this legislation and its future applications..
Features and Benefits
- Comprehensive - Addresses all aspects of immigration, refugee and citizenship law incorporating case law, statutes and regulations as well as policy and procedural directives
- Includes case references which consist of both the hardcopy law report citation and the LexisNexis Quicklaw citations
- Authoritative - Cited by both the Supreme Court and the Federal Court this publication includes insightful analysis and valuable practice tips on topics ranging from overseas selection to refugee applications to the eligibility criteria for business class applicants
- Topical - Commentary specifically addresses the changes brought about by the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act
- Complete - Immigration and Refugee Protection Act and pertinent Regulations are reproduced in full as are the relevant forms and precedents and applicable provisions of the Federal Court Act and NAFTA.
ALSO includes coverage of:
- The Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms
- Canadian Citizenship
- Inadmissible Classes and Removable Persons
- Appeals and Enforcement
- Status in Canada
Also available to Immigration Law and Practice Subscribers:
Immigration Law and Practice Netletter - an optional current awareness e-newsletter which supplements the looseleaf publication between hardcopy service issues.
Looseleaf + Netletter (Combo)Price Available Upon Request * Looseleaf + Email * 2 Volumes * Updates Billed As Issued (To order both Looseleaf + Netletter, please contact your Account Executive or Customer Service)
Billing Method: Updates Billed As Issued
Table of contents
Part I The Constitutional Framework
Part II Status in Canada
Part III Exclusion and Removal from Canada
Part IV Appeals and Enforcement
Part V Obtaining Status in Canada