Recorded Date: April 21, 2021
Time: 9am – 10:30am PDT
Speaker: Benjamin A. Kranc
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About the Webinar
The Canadian government is continually updating guidelines and requirements for travellers to Canada, both Canadians and foreigners. This one-hour webinar will provide an update on Canadian Immigration and Work Visa matters during COVID-19.
The topics of focus include the following:
- Current entry allowances and restrictions
- Labour Market Impact Assessments: Are they still possible? How long will they take?
- Who is exempt from quarantine? Who has the final say? What type of quarantine is required?
- Requirements for Quarantine: is work allowed; who must be paid and how much? Plus, the employment-related issues with this requirement
- Current COVID-19 testing requirements
- Processing of work permits and how to apply during COVID-19
- How does COVID impact your current immigration status?
This session will be presented by Ben Kranc of Kranc Associates Immigration Lawyers.
Benjamin A. Kranc is senior principal of the firm, and has many years of experience assisting clients in connection with Canadian immigration and business issues. Ben is certified by the Law Society of Ontario as a Specialist in Immigration Law, and is one of only a select few to be chosen by ‘Who’s Who Legal’ to be a foremost practitioner in his field. He has spoken at numerous conferences, seminars, and information sessions – both for professional organizations and private groups – about issues in Canadian immigration law, and is a lecturer for the the immigration law practitioners program at The University of British Columbia. Ben has also written extensively. He is the author of a text on Canadian immigration law entitled “North American Relocation Law” (Thomson Reuters) and contributing immigration author of “The Human Resources Advisor” (First Reference Books).