Quebec Immigration Lawyers Association

The AQAADI was founded in 1991 to group Quebec lawyers actively working in the field of immigration to help them make better use of the services provided by the Quebec Bar and to allow for better representation of the group before political, judicial and administrative institutions dealing with federal and provincial immigration.

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In addition to our members who practice in the field of immigration law, you can find a lawyer through different reference services. They can help you find lawyers who practice in other fields.

Please note that AQAADI itself cannot take on your immigration file, nor can it recommend any particular lawyer.

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Letter from AQAADI addressed to the Minister of Immigration - CSQ for request of humanitarian internship 2

December 02 2022

Letter only available in french below : 

Objet: CSQ pour demande humanitaire stage 2.

Madame, Monsieur,

L'AQAADI a été fondée en 1991 et regroupe plus de 450 avocats et avocates à travers le Québec qui oeuvrent dans le domaine particulier du droit de l'immigration et de la protection des réfugiés. Les objectifs de l'AQAADI sont, entre autres, de s'assurer que les lois et politiques en matière de citoyenneté. de protection des réfugiés et d'immigration soient rédigées et appliquées dans le respect des principes d'équité et qu'elles répondent adéquatement aux besoin du Québec et du Canada.

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PRESS RELEASE issued by AQAADI on September 19, 2022

September 21 2022

Montreal, September 19, 2022. -

We wish to bring to your attention a migration policy that we believe is discriminatory and unjustified with respect to temporary foreign workers temporary foreign workers (TFWs) who work in occupations that fall under the level B of the National Occupational Classification (NOC). In effect, a foreign worker who works in an occupation that falls within the levels 0, A or B of the NOC will be entitled to be accompanied by their family for the duration of their stay and obtain an open work permit for their spouse (C-41) and a work permit (C-41) and a study permit for their children who are at the primary or secondary level. secondary level. For the purposes of this document, we will refer to the above categories as category "1".

Unless they are part of the Atlantic Canada Immigration Pilot Program, a TFW spouse who works in an occupation in Skill Type C or D occupation will not be able to bring their family with them on their trip unless the spouse initiates their own work permit application for a specific employer. related to a given employer. For the purposes of this document, we will refer to the above categories as category "2".

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Letter from CBA-Quebec and AQAADi to the Honourable Sean Fraser (MIRC) regarding the IMP

September 21 2022

Comments on changes to the International Mobility Program (IMP) for Quebec selection certificate holders residing in Quebec - Labour market impact assessment (LMIA) Exemption Code A75. 

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