Posted on - Oct 29, 2018

Imm Seminars’ Channel

Overview: Catherine Sas, Q.C.

Seminar: Self employed immigration – Alternative Options for Business Applicants

Seminar: Ask an Expert: Humanitarian and Compassionate Case Studies

Seminar: Mothers Without Legal Status

Seminar: What International Students Need to Know, and Don’t…

Seminar: What International Students Need to Know, and Don’t… (10-min Preview)

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