Class Action Lawsuit Launched Over the Termination of 300,000 Skilled Worker Applications

Waldman & Associates and Larlee Rosenberg have launched a class action lawsuit against the Government of Canada’s proposed legislation terminated all Federal Skilled Worker Program applications made prior to February 27, 2008 that are still being processed by Citizenship and Immigration Canada.

Numerous media outlets have reported on both the devastating impact the change has had on individuals, as well as the class action lawsuit, including:

Lawyers Challenge Ottawa’s Move to Erase Immigration Backlog

Would be Immigrants Take Ottawa to Court Over Cancelled Applications

Immigration Changes Leave Chinese Woman’s Dreams Dashed

Our press release states:

If you applied to immigrate to Canada through the Federal Skilled Worker Program and have had your application terminated please contact us.


One thought on “Class Action Lawsuit Launched Over the Termination of 300,000 Skilled Worker Applications

  1. I applied in 2007 and still no decision for me. Now in these days, I don’t even find my information while checking my application status. It’s really a pity after waiting half a decade.

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