U.S. Immigration Articles

  1. The Good, The Bad and The Ugly of US Immigration, Canadian Bar Association, The National Citizenship and Immigration Law Conference, April 17, 2005.
  2. NAFTA Practice Pointers – A Discussion of Basic Requirements and More Advanced Considerations, American Immigration Lawyers Association 2005 Annual Canada Chapter CLE Conference, April 1, 2005.
  3. US and Canadian Work Permit Options Part-1 – A Summary and Comparison for HR Professionals, Human Resource Management in Canada, Coauthored with Janet Bomza, March 2005.
  4. Traps and Pitfalls to US Assignment and Relocation – What HR Needs to Know, Insight 4th Annual Corporate Immigration Conference, October 21, 2004.
  5. US Non-Immigration Options – A Summary of Drawbacks and Benefits for HR Professionals, Insight 2nd Annual Corporate Immigration Conference, Calgary, June 2004.
  6. US-Bound NAFTA Processing – Practice Points for the Practitioner, American Immigration Lawyers Association 2004 Annual Canada Chapter Conference, April 16, 2004.
  7. Ten Steps HR Professional Can Take to Ensure Successful US Work Assignments, Insight 3rd Annual Corporate Immigration Conference Toronto, November 2003.
  8. The New Cross-Border Landscape - Relocating Canadians to the United States, CERC News, June 2003.
  9. Cross-Border Business – US Immigration Changes Make it Together for Companies, Canadian HR Reporter, March 2003.
  10. New US Visa Requirements for Canadian Landed Immigrants, Canadian Asian News, February 2003.
  11. The New Cross-Border Landscape, Mobility Magazine February 2003.
  12. Immigration Changes and the Impact for HR US Visa requirements changing for Canadian Permanent Residents, Canadian HR Reporter (on line), and February, 2003 by Nan Berezowski.
  13. Traveling to the United States – The New Cross Border Landscape, Insight Corporate Immigration Conference Toronto, June 2002.
  14. Employee Entries to the United States – The Canadian Perspective. 8th Annual Immigration Forum, The Law Society of Upper Canada, December 6, 1999.