Canadian Lawyer

October 2020

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Page 38 of 59 37 for Canadian workers. The judge overruled that decision, saying the officer who made the ruling relied too heavily on administra- tive guidelines in determining the franchise owner didn't sufficiently seek more Canadian applicants. While the decision itself is important and should have an impact on how the Temporary Foreign Worker program is used, Caruso says she is pleased to have helped a client with whom she has worked for 15 years and knew he always took "more than reasonable steps to hire Canadians first." Caruso adds that, despite decisions that might go against some of her clients, she has "a lot of faith in the immigration system" and how it does leave room for interpretation. The discretion and ability to judge extenu- ating circumstances it allows immigration officers and border services staff also "allows for lawyers to advocate for clients and make the case for them." Green and Spiegel LLP Toronto Green and Spiegel might be Canada's largest and oldest immigration boutique, but senior partner Evan Green says the goal "is to make each client feel they are the most important client and give them that type of service." Green says the firm has grown exponen- tially over the last several years, along with We offer flat rate services within Edmonton and surrounding area starting at $105 plus GST We do offer online service submission which means you can submit your services 24 hours/day, 7 days/week and we have a 24 hour line available to answer your questions. Edmonton's Process Server Visa, MasterCard, American Express and eTransfers are our accepted forms of payment Phone 1 780 249 9626 Fax 1 780 249 9625 Email

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