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    A PRRA is an assessment to ensure that people being removed from Canada do not face risk of persecution, torture, risk to life...

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About Max Berger Professional Law Corporation

About Max Berger Professional Law CorporationFor anyone seeking to immigrate to Canada choosing the right immigration law firm is a most important step. An immigration lawyer is the link between the client and the Canadian visa post overseas or the Canada Immigration office inside Canada.

The rules and regulations governing immigration to Canada are byzantine and complex. Like a captain steering his ship through stormy waters, an immigration lawyer must likewise navigate his client through the sometime stormy waters of immigration law and just like the ship captain insure that the client reaches Canada's shores quickly, safely and comfortably...

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Posted by on 03 August 2011

Documents Highlight Hungary Visa Sensitivity

Embassy Magazine – August 3rd, 2011 Kristen Shane The possible imposition of visas on Hungary to cut off an influx of asylum seekers was serious enough to be included in a briefing note to Immigration Minister Jason Kenney in advance of a meeting with the UN high commissioner for refugees, newly released documents show. And while the measure was never introduced, the documents have once again highlighted the sensitivities surrounding visa requirements and the anticipation…

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