Friday, 25 March 2011

Community Event: Canadian Immigration Info Session for Japanese at UBC Robson Square on Tues April 5 (6-8pm)

Canadian Immigration Info Session for Japanese
: 6-8pm, Tuesday April 5, 2011
Where: UBC Robson Square, 800 Robson Street (between Hornby and Howe)
Cost: Free
Speakers: Craig Natsuhara, Ron McKay, Frank Hanano, Gary Matson and Joe Greenholtz

·         Are you or your Japanese family and friends affected by the Japan Tohoku Pacific Ocean earthquake?

·         Are you or is your friend a Japanese on a working holiday visa or currently studying in Canada?

·         Wondering how to extend your Canadian Working Holiday and student visa or sponsor your Japanese friends and families to Canada?  

Join Canadian immigration lawyers and consultants at a free information session to learn how to correctly address Canadian immigration issues related to Japanese nationals affected by the earthquake. This session is especially for young Working Holiday visa holders and students. Applying for new Maple Leaf Cards and applying for permanent residence will also be discussed. Speakers will answer your immigration related questions at the session.

The session will be interpreted into Japanese.

If you are unable to make the session and would be interested in attending a second session, please email, subject line "Immigration Session for Japanese".



【日 時】 45日(火)午後6時~8
【場 所】 UBCロブソンキャンパス(ダウンタウン ロブソンスクエア
【住 所】 800 Robson Street, VancouverRobson Street×Howe Streetの地下)
【講師】カナダ移民弁護士Craig Natsuhara, Frank Hanano, Gary Matson。カナダ移民コンサルタントJoe Greenholtz, Ron McKay




(これ以降の説明会日程予定しております。ご興味のある方はメールにてjwesman@spectrumhrlaw.comご連絡ください。メールのタイトルは、「Immigration Session for Japanese」としてください。(英語)