David Cohen invited to speak before Senate about proposed amendments to Canadian immigration

CanadaVisa.com: June 8, 2008

Following his consultations with the the House of Commons' Finance Committee and its Citizenship and Immigration Committee, Attorney David Cohen was invited to speak to the Canadian Senate on May 28, 2008, to discuss the proposed Canadian immigration reforms further. He has been actively working with government authorities to educate stakeholders about the finer points of the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act (IRPA).
 

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Attorney David Cohen was invited to speak to the Canadian Senate to discuss proposed reforms to Canadian immigration.

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