Review Attorney Colin Singer’s award winning written commentaries published in major media and law journals:
- Feds Should Reboot Cash-for- Residence Immigration Program, Page 12 (Published by major media and law journals | May 11, 2016)
- Want to move to Canada? Here’s what you need to know (Published by CNN|Mar 18, 2016)
- Hitting the Immigration wall (Published by Lawyers Weekly | October 23, 2015)
- Canada losing lucrative Immigrant Investors (Published by Financial Post|February 9, 2015)
- Canada Raises Immigration Levels Under New Express Entry System (Published by Mondaq|February 9, 2015)
- Canada Immigration Lawyer Says Harper Should Follow Obama’s Example on Illegal Immigration (Published by Yahoo|November 21, 2014)
- Understanding Quebec’s Economic Immigration Stream (Published by Immigration & Citizenship Bulletin|September, 2013)
- Canada can’t afford New Immigration Plan (Published by Financial Post|April 17, 2012)
- Quebec Immigration Rules: Skilled Workers Update (Published by Immigration & Citizenship Bulletin|November, 2009)
- Immigration Quotas Cause the Backlog (Published by National Post|May 21, 2008)
- The New Immigration Law: A dangerous piece of work (Published by National Post|APRIL 4, 2006)
Review Conferences given by Attorney Colin R Singer
- Canadian Immigration Summit 2016: Creating Tomorrow’s Immigration System
- Canada Losing Wealthy Immigrant Investors – April 5, 2016
- Canadian Institute – January 2007
- Canadian Institute – April 2007
- Top Immigration Lawyer Singer Says Mexican Asylum Claims to Rise
Speaking to the Daily Beast, immigration lawyer Singer raises concerns that refugee claims from Mexico will return to previous levels after Prime Minister Justin Trudeau lifted the requirement against official advice in December 2016.
- Moving to Canada Googling spikes as Trump gains support (Published by BNN|Mar 7, 2016)
Colin Singer, Canadian immigration lawyer and managing partner at immigration.ca discusses a
rising interest through web searches in how to move to Canada, as the U.S. primaries ramp up.
- Program designed to woo wealthy immigrant investors a “charade” (Published by BNN|Feb 17, 2015)
Colin Singer, Canadian immigration lawyer and managing partner of immigration.ca discusses why Ottawa’s Immigrant Investor Venture Capital (IIVC) Pilot Program for ultra high net work immigrants wishing to immigrate to Canada, is not competitive on the international stage and will not attract attention.