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About the Canada Immigration Blog

October 18th, 2004

The word of law is absolute. Its meaning, its interpretation is less clear.

Having been involved in immigration law for over 25 years, I’ve learned to appreciate when the opportunity arises to challenge the presumed facts. The purpose of this site is to express my views on the cross-border movement of people in general and the Canadian experience in particular. I hope to touch on foreign politics, world events, notable immigration cases and landmark decisions, policy, domestic issues and personal anecdotes as they all relate to Canadian immigration.

My hope is that the opinions and experiences I share with you in this blog will give you a new angle, a new perspective on migration issues whether or not you are considering a move to Canada.



 
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9 Responses to “About the Canada Immigration Blog”

  • On January 4th, 2010, Anonymous said ...

    Your blog keeps getting better and better! Your older articles are not as good as newer ones you have a lot more creativity and originality now keep it up!

  • On April 1st, 2010, Anonymous said ...

    Dear David,

    Thank you David for sharing some informative insights. There’s just too much happening in this “borrowed time”. God bless you for trying to help people in your capacity.

  • On April 1st, 2010, Anonymous said ...

    I recevieved nomination from Alberta in Jan. Will I be affected too, since I have yet to file with CIC?

  • On July 29th, 2010, Anonymous said ...

    The taste of the pudding, they say, is in the eating. I first came in contact with your articles while searching for the best immigration agent for the FSW program. The genuineness in your articles swung my decision in favour of Canadavisa. That was about two years ago. Thanks to your professional service, I received my Visa for my family and I some 4 months ago. I shall be landing in Canada is September 2010. Thanks David.

  • On June 1st, 2011, Anonymous said ...

    Dear Mr Cohen,

    I am writing from Chicago. I chanced, 2 years ago, to run into your website when I was looking for legal help to apply for Canadian PR, under the SKW program. I received the visa a week or so ago. I will like to use this forum to express my profound gratitude for your help and that of your staff. You all were very professional, respectful, efficient and effective. I am a physician in USA and I should state of all the law firms I have worked with, Campell/Cohen stands shoulders above them all.
    To all prospective applicants, if you are retaining C/C as your law firm, I will re-assure you that you are in absolutely safe hands. You just have to be honest and frank with them and religiously follow their recommendation.

    Thanks again, David. Words cannot express my entire family’s gratitude.

  • On June 15th, 2011, Bernard Chukwuka Benjamin said ...

    Resting on your safe hand, as the last writer wrote……………..Thank you in anticipation Mr.Cohen

  • On May 2nd, 2013, Jaspreet Singh said ...

    Dear Mr Cohen,

    I am Jaspreet Singh from India,I have received file no in 2004 to migrate to Canada under FSW Its almost 10 years passed and still we are in waiting list.its very disappointing for me and my family because entire future is depend on their decision.I dont know the exact status,It would be great of you if you could present the clear picture of case filed before 2008. especially for my case of 2004 where somewhere in 2011 CHC have asked me to update the documents which I did.

    Thanks
    Jaspreet Singh

  • On May 2nd, 2013, Adams Tunde Ayomide said ...

    The taste of the pudding, they say, is in the eating. I first came in contact with your articles while searching for the best immigration agent for the FSW program. The genuineness in your articles swung my decision in favour of Canadavisa. That was about two years ago. Thanks to your professional service, I am willing to migrate from Nigeria to Canada and how do I secure this Canada Visa how what will it cost to get a permanent resident visa. Thanks David.

  • On July 4th, 2014, Anonymous said ...

    Sir,
    We are seeing enormous time for inland spouse processing. Originally used to be 6 months for step 1, now for almost 11 months . This would make very difficult to survive without ability to work for so long.
    Could u please look at this issue. ..
    This would put foreign spouse waiting long for 1 year.
    http://www.thestar.com/news/immigration/2014/06/29/foreign_spouses_trapped_in_canada_due_to_sponsorship_backlog.html

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