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Applying for Canadian Residency on Humanitarian and Compassionate Grounds

Canadian Residency Humanitarian Compassionate Grounds Application

Applying for residency in Canada is a complex process that requires proper documentation and adherence to the rules. Not everyone will be qualified to become a permanent resident. However, there are some who otherwise would be denied residency that may be approved on humanitarian and compassionate grounds. Below, Oracle Legal Services explains what this means in further detail. What Are Humanitarian and Compassionate Grounds? Humanitarian and compassionate grounds (H&C) are reviewed according to each case. Not everyone will be considered, and the circumstances surrounding the application must be exceptional. Some aspects of the application that will be considered are: A person's family...

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Constructive Dismissal

To put it simply constructive dismissal is where an employee is in effectively forced to quit by the employer as a result of the employer attempting to unilaterally alter the terms of the employment contract. A significant reduction in pay or hours, a change of duties, or a loss of job title and status are all potential triggers for a constructive dismissal. When an employer changes the nature of the employment so seriously that it effectively becomes a new job the law treats that the same as firing someone. They have “constructively” dismissed the employee. This prevents employers from using a...

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A Pragmatic Paralegal Proposal

Pragmatic Paralegal Proposal

The primary argument typically advanced by lawyers opposed to allowing paralegals to accept legal aid certificates is that it is preferable in all cases to have a lawyer, as they have a great deal more education and training. By this logic, since doctors have more education than nurses surely they should perform all routine medical tests. The obvious objection one would raise to this argument in a medical context is the same one I advance here: it is a waste of resources to exclusively use the most skilled (and consequently expensive) individuals on simple matters. I hope my friends in the...

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