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Home Blog Free Canada Express Entry Score Calculator 29 January 2019 What’s your Express Entry Score?  Are you qualified to move to Canada? Our free Express Entry score calculator will help you evaluate if you qualify to move to Canada as a federal skilled worker and become a Permanent Resident. Try our free Express Entry score calculator on the Ackah Law website.     [embedded content] Express Entry  Canada has a point-based Express Entry system that…
Home Blog Canada’s Economic Immigration Programs Give Us an Advantage Over the US, says Trudeau 21 November 2018 Immigration Minister Ahmed Hussen announced Canada is boosting immigration to 350,000 in 2021 because “economic immigration is badly needed in areas across the country that are short on workers and long on older residents:”  “Being able to get the top talent and draw on big pools of well-educated, ambitious, forward-thinking and diverse [people] is a hell of…
Home Blog Ackah Law Immigration Services Promotion 21 November 2018 Limited Time Offer November 1 – December 31 2018:  20% Discount on Express Entry Applications 15% Discount on Spousal Sponsorship Applications Ackah Business Immigration Law is a leading Canada law firm offering a full range of Canada and International immigration law services. Founded by managing lawyer Evelyn Ackah, herself an immigrant to Canada, Ackah Law provides legal immigration advice for those looking to move for…
19 November 2018 On November 5, 2018, Canada announced updates to the Youth Mobility Arrangement between Canada and Australia that allow young professionals to gain international work experience. Now, Australians aged 18 to 35 can apply to work and travel in Canada, and Canadians aged 18 to 35 can work and travel to Australia through the IEC program, previously the program was for young Australians up to age 30.  Canada has agreements with over 30 countries for…
Home Blog Caution: Why Canada Permanent Residents Should Become Citizens 15 November 2018 Canada Permanent Residents who do not become citizens are not entitled to the same rights and privileges as citizens. Penalties for committing a crime in Canada for citizens are different from permanent residents and temporary residents – including permanent deportation from Canada.  A recent legal case involving a permanent resident convicted of robbing a bank demonstrates the high risk of deportation for Canada…
24 October 2018 Canada, the United States and Mexico signed a new trade agreement on September 30, 2018 called USMCA: United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement.  Evelyn Ackah, founder and managing lawyer of Ackah Business Immigration Law, was interviewed by The Walrus on what the USMCA will mean for Canada:   As a corporate immigration lawyer, I’m pleased that the new USMCA trade agreement addresses temporary foreign workers in all three countries. It essentially continues the work-permit system under NAFTA. I’m disappointed, however,…