Borderlines Podcast #64 – Artificial Intelligence Deciding Visa Applications, Part 2, with Aditya Mohan

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Aditya Mohan is the founder of Robometrics, a company at the forefront of the intersection of artificial intelligence and human emotions like empahty. We discuss the increasing use of artificial intelligence in Canadian immigration legislation, its benefits, and ways to increase transparency and oversight.   Borderlines · #64 – Artificial Intelligence Deciding Visa Applications, Part … Read More

Borderlines Podcast #63 – Artificial Intelligence Deciding Visa Applications, with Mario Bellissimo

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A discussion about the increasing use of artificial intelligence to decide immigration applications. Mario Bellissimo is a Canadian immigration lawyer in Toronto, and the former past Chair of the Canadian Bar Association’s National Immigration Law Section.   Borderlines · #63 – Artificial Intelligence Deciding Visa Applications, with Mario Bellissimo 4:00 How imprecise wording in the … Read More

Borderlines Podcast #62 – Tips from a Former CBSA Inland Enforcement Officer, with Carl Brault

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Carl Brault worked for almost twenty years at the Canada Border Services Agency. His roles included Border Services Officer, Intelligence Analyst and Inland Enforcement Officer. He currently provides consultation services to authorized immigration representatives and can be reached at cb-advisingservices@outlook.com. Borderlines · #62 – Tips from a Former CBSA Inland Enforcement Officer, with Carl Brault 3:00 … Read More

Borderlines Podcast #59 – Authorization to Work Without a Work Permit, with Cristina Guida

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Cristina Guida is a senior associate lawyer with Green and Spiegel LLP in Toronto. Borderlines · #59 – Authorization to Work Without a Work Permit, with Cristina Guida We discuss authorization to work in Canada without a work permit, including business visitors, students, perfroming artists, maintained status, the global skills strategy and other categories. We … Read More

Borderlines Podcast #57 – Mandamus Applications, with Adrienne Smith

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We discuss how mandamus applications work. Adrienne Smith is a Partner at Battista Smith Migration Law Group.   Borderlines · #57 – Mandamus Applications, with Adrienne Smith 2:00 Does filing mandamus applications annoy Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada? 5:30 Has there been a change in the frequency with which mandamus applications are considered? 13:30 During … Read More

Borderlines Podcast #56 – Responding to Deportation Letters, with Michael Greene

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We discuss issues involving the deportation of long term permanent residents for criminality. Michael Greene, Q.C. is an immigration lawyer in Calgary. He served as the National Chair of the Canadian Bar Association’s Citizenship & Immigration Section in 2000-2001. He is representing Jaskirat Singh Sidhu in his immigration and deportation matters. Borderlines · #56 – … Read More