This in-depth training is a tremendous benefit for those who wish to practice within the Immigration and Refugee Board.  Though this scope of practice is conducted by licensed paralegals, not many licensees provide services in this area. Since many accredited schools do not include this subject in their program, there is a lack of knowledge regarding this particular proceeding.

Let’s fill this gap and begin to meet this overwhelming need.

This course will provide an overview of the refugee process from beginning to end with an outline of all the documents required in order to successfully represent a refugee claimant before the Refugee Board.

Substantive Hours – 4

All profits gained from this workshop will go to our student driven “Mock Trial Event”.

PRESENTER

The Firm of Burger, Bernal and Gonzalez LLP

LEARNING OUTCOMES

This course will help participants gain a comprehensive understanding in:

  • Legal definitions of immigration terms
  • How to start a refugee claim
  • How to prepare for the hearing before the IRB
  • The hearing process from beginning to end

SEATS AVAILABLE

Only 20 seats are available.

CRN NUMBER- #48240

Location: Oshawa campus, JW202

Date:
Saturday, December 1
9:10 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Cost:

  • DC student – $79 plus HST
  • Public/Alumni – $120 plus HST

To register, call 905.721.3000 and have the course code and your credit card ready.