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Bellissimo Law Group is one of the largest full-service Canadian Immigration law firms. We are exclusively committed to Canadian citizenship, immigration and refugee law. Our firm offers representation on all Canadian immigration matters throughout the world. Our team of experienced Certified Specialists, Immigration lawyers, Consultants, Clerks and support staff are ready to assist you with efficient, cost effective and practical solutions.

Our role is to communicate and manage expectations and reach your goals

Bellissimo Law Group In the Media

Mario D. Bellissimo interviewed on CBC News regarding refugee claimant disguised as old man

Mario Bellissimo appeared on CBC News to discuss the challenges which may arise during the refugee claim of the subject who bypassed Canadian security disguised as a 55 year old man.

Mario D. Bellissimo speaks on CBC news about Conrad Black’s inadmissibility into Canada.

Mario Bellissimo was interviewed by CBC News regarding Conrad Black’s potential return to Canada. There was discussion regarding the implications of his criminality and potential legal strategy including an application for a resumption of citizenship.

Breaking Immigration News

January 11, 2011

Operation Stork

This week Citizenship, Immigration and Multiculturalism Minister Jason Kenney met with some of the families assisted by Operation Stork, the special initiative to unite Haitian children with their adoptive parents.

The initiative brought 203 Haitian children to Canada in the wake of last year’s earthquake. Since then 152 of these children have become permanent residents or citizens of the country. CIC continues to work towards finalizing the status of the remaining children. In addition, as of December 31, 2010, CIC has reunited 2,500 families, approved over 3,600 permanent resident applications and granted temporary entry to over 3,000 Haitians.

Minister Kenney also took the opportunity to thank the partners who have helped and supported the initiative as well as reiterate the government’s commitment to reuniting families affected by the devastating quake.

http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/department/media/releases/2011/2011-01-11.asp

This week Citizenship, Immigration and Multiculturalism Minister Jason Kenney met with some of the families assisted by Operation Stork, the special initiative to unite Haitian children with their adoptive parents.

The initiative brought 203 Haitian children to Canada in the wake of last year’s earthquake. Since then 152 of these children have become permanent residents or citizens of the country. CIC continues to work towards finalizing the status of the remaining children. In addition, as of December 31, 2010, CIC has reunited 2,500 families, approved over 3,600 permanent resident applications and granted temporary entry to over 3,000 Haitians.

Minister Kenney also took the opportunity to thank partners who had helped and supported the initiative as well as reiterate the government’s commitment to reuniting families affected by the devastating quake.


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