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Free Webinar: Business Immigration and The Canadian Labour Market

On Thursday, May 19, 2022, Ashton College will be hosting a free Continuing Professional Development (CPD) webinar to support the professional development of thousands of legal professionals across Canada. This webinar will cover several topics such as:

In addition, the webinar will have the presence of several professionals, including our CEO and RCIC, Al Parsai. Al has practiced immigration since 2011. He also teaches immigration consulting courses at Ashton College, the Global School of Corporate Excellence, and Queen’s Faculty of Law. A central theme of Al’s teaching is to integrate broad approaches to immigration law with more specific, evidence-based strategies that help address different programs available for immigration applicants.

About the Business Immigration and The Canadian Labour Market Webinar

12:45 pm – 1:00 pm Registration and Signing into the Portal
1:00 pm – 1:05 pm Ron McKay
Welcome, Introduction and Brief Orientation
1:05 pm – 2:05 pm Stephen Green
Updates on Temporary Entry into the Canadian Labour Market
2:05 pm – 3:05 pm Raj Napal
Humanitarian and Compassionate Cases and Helpful Processing Tips
3:05 pm – 3:35 pm Al Parsai
“88 Tips on Immigration Practice”. Also, practice Tips for Newcomers
3:35 pm – 3:40 pm 5-Minute Break
3:40 pm – 4:10 pm Chitra Bhatia
Student Processing – Overview
4:10 pm – 4:40 pm Global Fingerprinting Services
Acquisition of Police Clearances Practical Tips
4:40 pm – 5:10 pm Haljmar Leon
CPD Regulation Changes. In addition, registration of CPD Points
5:10 pm – 5:15 pm Ron McKay
Announcements regarding Ashton College’s 2022 CPD Seminars. Also, programs, Advanced Certificates, and Immigration Legal Assistants Course

Please, be aware that this event is approved by the College of Immigration and Citizenship Consultants (CICC) for 4.5 CPD hours.

About Al Parsai

Al started his journey as a Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant (RCIC) eleven years ago. During that time he has run a successful business where he has helped thousands of people meet their immigration goals in Canada. In addition, Al holds a Master of Laws (LL.M) degree from York University and a MA from Yorkville University. He also teaches immigration in several institutions.

“Teaching at the college help me to share my experience and knowledge with my students. I am able to help them get a better understanding of real situations they may face as immigration consultants.” Al Parsai .

Al Parsai

Ronald McKay and Al Parsai at the Annual Review: 2021 Summary – 2022 Targetshosted by Ashton College,

In addition, Al is a member of the College of Immigration and Citizenship Consultants (CICC) and CAPIC (Canadian Association of Professional Immigration Consultants). Al also has extensive experience as an author, trainer, and public speaker. He is the author of “88 Tips on Immigration to Canada” and hundreds of articles.

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If you have a broad question about immigration to Canada, please fill out the following form. However, if you need help from Al Parsai, consider booking a consultation session. Of course, you may alternatively fill out our assessment form.

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