REIBC Real Talks with Richard Kurland

August 29, 2019, 5:30 - 7:00 PM

Richard Kurland notes there are 300,000 people that hold Canadian passports residing in Hong Kong.  Richard’s talk will be on:

“Assuming bad things happen in Hong Kong, what are the scenarios we can expect over a four month period following a ‘triggering event”? How many people could come in… would come in? Planning for a crisis crush.” 


Oceanic Plaza – Hastings Room
1035 West Pender, Suite 2000
Vancouver, BC

Refreshments will be served

About Richard Kurland

Richard_Kurland_photo.jpgRichard is an immigration lawyer and policy analyst.  He is an expert witness on law and policy matters at the Senate of Canada – Social Affairs Committee and the House of Commons, Standing Committee on Citizenship and Immigration.   He is a regular media commentator on immigration issues, and has been a special advisor to the Office of the Auditor General of Canada. He is the Editor-In-Chief of the Lexbase, an international publication providing current immigration policy and practice information, with monthly summaries of Federal Court decisions in immigration and citizenship.  Richard also lectures for the Canada Bar Association, the Law Society of BC to name a few.  Richard received the Senate of Canada Medal in 2017 for showing dedication to streamlining and improving our national immigration system and for commitment to providing affordable service to vulnerable immigrant and refugee populations; in recognition of valuable service to the nation.

Support for this event received from:

Real Estate Foundation of BC