Join Deanna Okun-Nachoff and Steve Meurrens as they sit down with Marina Sedai to discuss various myths about Canadian immigration law including:
Refugees get more financial help than pensioners.
Foreign nationals immigrate and then bring their whole extended family over.
If including your spouse or common-law partner on your permanent resident application is inconvenient or unhelpful to your immigration process then you can exclude them and later sponsor them.
Volunteering isn't work.
If my kid is born in Canada then my H&C application is guaranteed to succeed.
Marina Sedai is an immigration lawyer and the past National Chair of the Canadian Bar Association Immigration Section, a role that she served in from 2018 – 2019, and is also a past provincial char of the CBABC Immigration Law Section.
Borderlines is a podcast for the discussion of immigration law and policy. Each episode features 2-3 lawyers, academics, politicians and stakeholders discussing current migration issues.