BURLINGTON, Ont. – In support of its mission towards workforce development and building better lives, The Centre for Skills Development & Training (The Centre), located at 860 Harrington Court will host a free public event on the Express Entry program and citizenship law updates on Friday, November 6, 2015 from 1:00 – 3:00 p.m. Reservations are required.
Keynote speaker Robert W. Young, B.A., LLB, C.S. will cover the following topics:
- Pathways to Work Permits
- Updates on the Express Entry system and permanent resident status
- The Status of Ontario’s Immigrant Nominee Program
- Upcoming changes affecting employers using the LMIA process
- The “new” Citizenship Act
- The dangers of being a third party agent — responsibilities and liabilities
Robert Young is a partner at Eisenberg & Young LLP, Hamilton area’s largest law firm practicing exclusively immigration, citizenship and refugee law.
To reserve a seat for the event, contact Wajeeha Choudhary at 905-333-3499 x264 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Centre for Skills Development & Training is a not-for-profit incorporated affiliate of the Halton District School Board with locations across Halton and in Mississauga. The Centre helps people at all stages of life get on a path to career success—from youth just starting out, to older workers who have been laid off; from newcomers to Canada who need to improve their workplace English, to people interested in the trades who need to build their technical skills; and from small business owners looking to hire staff, to large companies who need help developing and transitioning their workforce. Learn more at thecentre.on.ca.
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