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Non-Citizens in Canada: Status and Rights, 2nd Edition
This timely immigration law guidebook addresses an important legal topic – the legal status of non-citizens in Canada. For the first time, an entire text has been devoted to this increasingly significant area within immigration law and policy.
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This timely immigration law guidebook addresses an important legal topic – the legal status of non-citizens in Canada. For years, Canada has been a preferred destination for many – whether they may be visitors, asylum seekers or permanent residents. Yet there is no one source that provides definitive information regarding all these groups. For the first time, an entire text has been devoted to this increasingly significant area within immigration law and policy. The book looks at various categories of non-citizens – from permanent residents to temporary foreign workers – and explains their respective rights and legal status.
What's New In This Edition
- Updated the relevant legislation, cases and statistics
- Changes to avenues to permanent residence, particularly the express entry system
- Judicial responses to challenges regarding designated countries of Origin
- Jurisdiction of the Refugee Appeal Division and related issues
- Recent response to asylum claimants arriving via the United States
- Significant changes to temporary workers categories (particularly Caregivers)
Who Should Read This Book
- Immigration lawyers – advise their non-citizen clients on their immigration legal status, and the options they can choose from, depending on their situation
- Immigration consultants and paralegals – advise non-citizens on their legal rights in Canada
- Academics and law libraries – research on the immigration status of non-citizens in Canada
Table of contents
Chapter 1: Citizenship Status, Non-Citizenship Status and Human Rights
Chapter 2: Permanent Residents
Chapter 3: Temporary Foreign Workers
Chapter 4: Students and Visitors
Chapter 5: Refugees and Other Protected Persons
Chapter 6: Non-Status Residents
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