Presenter/s: Roxanne Jessome RCIC and Adrienne Denham LLB
Date: 14 October 2021
Time: noon - 2 pm Pacific
Type: webinar and recording
- ICCRC 2 hours - 2 CPD hours approved, valid until 14 October 2022
- LSBC 2 hours - Approved, expired - Attendance to this course will provide you with .25 hours/15 minutes of ethics and professional responsibility component for your BC Law Society reporting.
- For Alberta lawyers, consider including this course as a CPD learning activity in your mandatory annual Continuing Professional Development Plan as required by the Law Society of Alberta.
IRCC's modernization of non-EE PR applications including:
- Digitization of standard IRCC forms
- Creating the link between the Rep Portal and the Client's Portal
· Using the paper document checklist to ensure your online application contains the necessary documents/evidence
· Incorporating IRCC recommended naming conventions for documents
· Sponsorships - what about the Open Work Permit in the In Canada Class applications?
· How to decide if a paper application is a better strategy than applying online
· Ethical considerations - the Client must submit the application
Using the Citizenship Tracker
Roxanne Jessome RCIC
Roxanne is a regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant and the founder of Join Canada which merged with LeBeau Law in October 2020. A graduate of the University of British Columbia, Roxanne is a member in good standing of the Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council. She is a frequent seminar leader and guest speaker at immigration education events.
Roxanne was an Instructor of Canadian immigration laws, policies and procedures at the University of British Columbia for six years. Her commitment to hard work, attention to detail and expert knowledge of Canadian immigration laws are the reason behind her reputation for excellent service and results.
Adrienne Denham LLB
Adrienne graduated from University of Ottawa law school in 2004, cum laude. Adrienne started her career as a negotiator at the Department of Foreign Affairs in the fields of "Global Human Security" and "International Crime and Counter-Terrorism". She was awarded the DeputyMinister's Award of Excellence. In 2007, Adrienne joined the Vancouver Organizing Committee for the 2010 Winter Olympic and Paralympic Games (VANOC) where she was part bringing the Olympic and Paralympic Games to Vancouver and Whistler. After the Games, Adrienne was a negotiator for some of BC’s largest non-profit associations before her return to active practice in 2017. Adrienne is a member of the Law Society of BC, and the Canadian Bar Association and is on the Executive of the Canadian Bar Association’s BC Immigration Section. Adrienne lives in East Vancouver with her mountain-biking husband, and equally daring son who has decided he will be a professional surfer when he grows up.
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