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Immigration 101: Filling up Quickly!

Due to the success of my last two sessions, we have added a third session next Thursday (September 20).  This session is filling up very quickly, so be sure to register soon!

The seminar will be a combination of lecture and workshop, which will optimize the participants’ grasp on topics such as immigration law compliance and the hiring and continued employment of temporary foreign workers.  the focus will be on immigration laws relevant to employers and common immigration problems faced by HR personnel.  the workshop scenarios will allow participants to discuss how to deal with real life scenarios.

This course, which is Human Resources Management Association of Manitoba (HRMAM) accredited, is three hours long and counts as three hours toward the Canadian Human Resources Professional’s (CHRP) Certified Professional Development requirements.  The registration fee is just $125 + GST for HRMAM members and $150 + GST for non-members.

For more details, or if you are interested in registering for the September 20 session, check out the registration page here or e-mail me directly at rrp@aikins.com.

*This post was co-written by Leanne Verreault, immigration legal assistant.

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About Reis Pagtakhan

Reis Pagtakhan is an immigration law partner with MLT Aikins LLP. His extensive experience includes assisting businesses obtain temporary entry to Canada and permanent residency for their executives, employees and contractors from all over the world. Reis has lectured on and written papers on immigration law for the Law Society of Manitoba, the Manitoba Bar Association, the Human Resources Management Association of Manitoba, the Canadian Corporate Counsel Association, and the Community Legal Education Association of Manitoba. He has presented position papers before the Minister of Citizenship and Immigration, Immigration Department officials and Manitoba Labour and Immigration. He has written articles on immigration for the CBC, the Winnipeg Free Press, trade, industry and ethnic publications.

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