Wednesday November 16, 2016

John A. Young, Q.C. Discusses Canadian Immigration Challenges Americans May Face with Trump as President

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Prominent Business and Immigration Lawyer John A. Young, Q.C. spoke with Chronicle Herald Reporter Amanda Panacci on the difficulties Americans could face if they decide to immigrate to Canada as a result of U.S. Presidential-Elect Donald Trump. The article, “POLL: Americans Fleeing Trump Won’t Find it So Easy, Says Lawyer,” conducts a poll of Canadian opinions on the matter and outlines the legalities of  what potential immigrants may face.

You can read the article and take the poll HERE.

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