Attorney David Cohen launches Canadian Immigration ‘Blog’

CIC News
Published: November 1, 2004

David Cohen, of the law firm Campbell, Cohen, one of Canada’s leading immigration lawyers, announced the launch of the Canadian Immigration Blog

The purpose of this new site is to express personal views on the cross-border movement of people in general and the Canadian experience in particular. Topics which will be touched upon include foreign politics, world events, notable immigration cases and landmark decisions, policy, domestic issues and personal anecdotes as they all relate to Canadian immigration.

Please visit http://www.canadavisa.com/canada-immigration-blog/ today.

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