CPD Seminar: Federal Skilled Worker Class Program (Sept 27)

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Event date: 
Saturday, September 27, 2014 - 09:00
Name of Organization: 
Ashton College
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Federal Skilled Worker Class Program will cover a variety of topics as discussed by presenter Ana Rasmusson. Topics include:

  • Purpose of the Economic Class program
  • Minimum Requirements /Eligibility Criteria
  • Roles of CIO-Sydney/Visa Office
  • Tips for a professional submission, including sample submission letters to the Centralized Intake Office in Sydney and Visa Office
  • The importance of advising clients of the risks involved in a constantly evolving system

CPD Accreditation:
ICCRC – 5 hours
The Law Society of British Columbia – 5 hours
The Law Society of New Brunswick – 5 hours

Regular Rate = $120
CPD Elite Loyalty Rate = $108

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Ana Rasmusson, LL.B (Hons.), RCICAna Rasmusson earned a Bachelor of Laws degree with Honours from Nottingham Trent University, Nottingham Law School, in England. Ana is the founder of Rasmusson & Associates, an immigration-consulting firm based in Toronto. She has many years of experience advising and representing clients worldwide with respect to Canadian immigration matters. In addition to her legal practice, Ana has taught Immigration and Refugee Law at various colleges, including Ashton College, Seneca College of Applied Arts and Technology and CSIC e-Academy.

Ana has experience developing courses and writes extensively about immigration issues. She is the author of the Immigration and Refugee Law course offered by Sheridan College as part of their Paralegal Program and she is also the author of the online Family Class course offered by CSIC e-Academy. She was a contributor to the first and second edition of the textbook Canadian Immigration and Refugee Law for Legal Professionals published by Emond Montgomery Publications.

Throughout her career, Ana has been active with community organizations. She served as the director of the education committee for the Latin-American Association of Certified Canadian Immigration Consultants (ALCAI). Additionally, she served on the board of directors for Hon. Bryon Wilfert, Member of Parliament for two consecutive terms.

Ana has been interviewed by RCI Radio Canada International, El Correo Canadiense, the Toronto Star, and TV Azteca regarding issues pertaining to Canadian Immigration law.