CERC Annual Conference, Montreal, September 16-18, 2018

Mastering Mobility in a World of Disruption

Karl Waheed participated in the presentation of CETA at the CERC Annual Conference.

New Immigration Law Would Ease Some Visa Requirements for Foreign Professionals

Karl Waheed Avocats, in an interview for Bloomberg BNA, presents the main contributions to corporate immigration of the new law for a “Managed Immigration, an Effective Right of Asylum, and Successful Integration”.

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Client Alert – Professional Immigration News June to September 2018 – JUNE – SEPTEMBER 2018 – Sept. 17, 2018

This client alert recalls the EU Directive of 28 June 2018 on the posting of foreign workers, the law of 5 September 2018 “for the freedom to choose one’s professional future”, and the law of September 10, 2018, “for a controlled immigration, an effective right of asylum and a successful integration”, and concentrates on the measures impacting professional immigration.

Corporate immigration: an order may simplify the work permit system

Karl Waheed Avocats, in an interview for actuEL RH, presents the main contributions to corporate immigration of the new immigration law.

Client Alert – Presentation of a draft law on controlled immigration and asylum – 7 August 2018

The Bill for a controlled immigration and an effective right of asylum was adopted on 1st August 2018 by the National Assembly. The decrees of application have not been published to date. Only the measures impacting professional immigration are presented here.

On 3 August 2018 a writ was filed for the constitutionality of the law be confirmed by the Conseil Constitutionnel. The Court has one month to render its judgment. The law should therefore be enacted by mid September at the latest.

Provisions on professional immigration have not been significantly amended. The reforms introduced by law and described in our newsletter of March 1, 2018 are unchanged.