This text discusses the multifaceted concept of 'border' as representing a useful stratagem for dealing with a topic like migration that requires analysis from several perspectives. The authors bring an interdisciplinary and comparative perspective to the social phenomena such as human trafficking, unaccompanied foreign minors, or ethnic-based niches in the job market.
Also available in print: KE4454 .I5 B45 2014 LAW.
Offering guidance on the rapidly expanding area of inadmissibility law this issue is updated regularly, it is a practical and tactical guide that combines, summarizes, and analyzes hundreds of decisions and key legislations. The resource speaks in practical terms to the key statutory framework, emerging trends, relevant leading case law and offers practical tips, key memoranda, and sample submissions.
Also available in print: KE4454 .G34 2015 LAW (Reserve).
This title is part of the ESSENTIALS OF CANADIAN LAW series.
This book is an introductory guide to immigration, refugee, and citizenship law. Its aim is to provide an overview, or a starting point, both for those who want to investigate the mechanics of Canada’s immigration regime and for those who want to assess, critique, or question the aims and impacts of the law.
Also available in print: KE4454 .A6 W34 2005 LAW (Reserve).
This looseleaf work is designed to help practitioners understand immigration and refugee law legislation, explains how the Charter applies to immigration law, helps practitioners keep abreast of the evolution of this legislation and its future applications, and more.
This guide gives a complete overview of the grounds of inadmissibility and the process used to determine inadmissibility to Canada. It serves as an indispensable manual for immigration lawyers and consultants of all experience levels, as well as immigration law students.
This text on the rules on immigration and right of residence of non-nationals in Canada examines the legal and administrative conditions for persons not having the citizenship of a State to enter the country and to stay and reside there. It provides a survey of the subject that is both usefully brief and sufficiently detailed to answer most questions likely to arise in any pertinent legal setting.