How the New NOC System will Affect Express Entry Eligibility

Express Entry

Starting this November 2022, the Government of Canada will begin using the 2021 National Occupation Classification (NOC) system. The new NOC system is going to change the way immigration officials evaluate work experience. With the new system there will be an additional 16 occupations that will now be eligible for Express Entry while three that…

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How to Legally Defend Yourself Against False Accusations

Criminal Law

Being falsely accused of a crime may just be one of the most stressful experiences that an accused individual can face. Regardless of whether you committed the offense, it is important to know how you can defend yourself.  In this blog, we will discuss what you can do if you are ever falsely accused of…

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When is it too late to challenge or dispute a will?

Will Estate Lawyer

When a loved one passes away, there is so much to do and final affairs to take care of. At the time, you may not be thinking clearly about what is going on and so you might be least concerned about your loved one’s will or final wishes. Now that it’s been a while and…

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Buying a Home from a Builder: What you Should Know!

Real Estate Law

Having a brand new home, where you get to pick out all the finishes and fixtures is so exciting! No one else has ever lived in this home, it’s just yours and you get to make it exactly the way you want it. It’s a very attractive option to work with a builder and purchase…

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5 Mistakes Employers Make when Drafting an Employment Agreement

employment law

If your company is growing, or you need to hire someone new to replace an employee who has left, you will be extending offers of employment and employment contracts to your new employees. It’s very important to make sure the employment agreement is solid and illustrates exactly what you are expecting from your employees.  Here…

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Know the Difference: Legal Separation vs. Divorce

Family Lawyer

 If you are thinking about leaving your spouse – or if your spouse has left you – then you may be wondering about the difference between separation and divorce. In many cases, there will be a separation first followed by a divorce – although separation in itself doesn’t necessarily mean that a divorce will follow.…

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What is the Next Step if Your Refugee Claim is Rejected in Canada?

Refugee Claim Canada

Successfully qualifying for refugee status can be challenging, and if you have had a previous refugee claim rejected, you may be wondering what to do. Fortunately, there are some steps that you can take that may help to reverse a previous decision. If your claim has been denied, you should seek the help of an…

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When should you retain an employment lawyer?

Employment Law Mississauga

Whether you are an employee or an employer, at some point it is likely that you are going to run across a scenario where the help of an employment lawyer would be useful. This might occur in circumstances where you are filing a claim or worker’s compensation after being injured on the job, or if…

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How to find a business lawyer who works best with your business interests

business law (2)

Running your very own small business is an exciting adventure, especially when it is your passion. One of the most conceptually frightening thoughts is, after you’ve put all this hard work into it, another party could potentially bring a claim against your business and threaten to take it all away.  Even the most careful business…

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7 Common Reasons for Why a Study Permit in Canada is Refused

7 Common Reasons for Why a Study Permit in Canada is Refused

When students from foreign countries wish to study in Canada, they will need to obtain a study permit and an entry visa before they can begin their studies abroad. There is a process for applying for both of these documents through the Canadian government. Recently there has been a rise in applications, and it has…

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