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DML - US Immigration Update
This webinar will bring immigration experts for Canadians currently in or looking to come into the US, given the challenges of the environment. This includes information for :
- Entry Requirements
- Permanent Resident Holders
- Temporary Visas/Work Permit holders

Your hosts, from the Digital Moose Lounge are Pavan Dhillon, and David Stewart.

Pavan Dhillon is the Founder and Principal Attorney of Dhillon Immigration Law, a local full-service Canadian immigration law firm assisting clients in securing temporary or permanent immigration status in Canada. Through her unique and specialized cross border practice, Pavan focuses on helping individuals and companies with their Canadian immigration questions. She is a native of Vancouver and actively involved with the Canadian community in the Bay Area, and a member of the DML board. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in International Relations from UBC and an LL.B/B.C.L. from McGill Law and is a member of the British Columbia and New York Bar.


David Stewart is part of Digital Moose Lounge’s Executive Committee and its Past Chairmoose. He also serves as the Advisory Board Chair at UC Berkeley’s Canadian Studies Program. Since 2013, he has consulted on a range of Canada-US education and innovation projects for clients such as Expansion Quebec, University of Saskatchewan, the Association of University Research Parks Canada, and UBC. From 2007 - 12, he served as Academic Relations Officer with the Consulate General of Canada in Palo Alto. Previously, he was the Executive Director of International House, a nonprofit in Charlotte, NC, where he founded and ran a community immigration law clinic. He began his career as a commercial and immigration lawyer in Toronto and Boston, and spent three years at Tripod, a startup in Massachusetts that was acquired by Lycos. He holds a B.A. (History) and an LL.B. (Law) from McGill, and an M.A. (Intercultural Relations) from Lesley University in Cambridge, MA.

Nov 17, 2020 04:00 PM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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