As a result of the regulatory December 31 2013 amendments, immigration now has sweeping powers to compel disclosure by employers and can enforce serious consequences for non-compliant employers. They may conduct warrantless searches of employer’s premises and interview even Canadian citizens that are employed there.

As a result of these changes, immigration has the power to go back six years in records due to Employer Compliance Reviews.

Frankel covers all of these important topics and more regarding employment law and immigration law updates.

Devry Smith Frank LLP (DSF).

Category:

Employment, Immigration