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Chair
Nicolas Rollason

Immigration and Nationality Law Committee

The Immigration and Nationality Law Committee is concerned with all aspects of immigration and nationality law on a worldwide basis, including business-related immigration, family reunion policies, refugees and compassionate cases. The committee aims to provide a forum for the discussion of comparative data on immigration and nationality policies of countries worldwide.

About the Committee

The Immigration and Nationality Law Committee is concerned with all aspects of immigration and nationality law on a worldwide basis, including business-related immigration, family reunion policies, refugees and compassionate cases.

The Committee aims to provide a forum for the discussion of comparative data on immigration and nationality policies of countries worldwide.

The mission and focus of the committee is to provide a platform for lawyers practising immigration laws to receive input and update about the immigration laws of their country and also immigration laws and procedures of other jurisdictions. We achieve this by holding annual conferences and presentation of papers, newsletters and providing other online resources to enhance the knowledge of its member in multiple jurisdictions.

Past Committee Chairs

Forthcoming conferences and webinars View All Conferences

Publications

Modern slavery in migration: Australia’s perspective

This article tackles the human trafficking phenomenon and the significant problem it represents in Australia.

Released on May 24, 2023

One year post-pandemic, how are the novel digital nomads regimes impacting workers' mobility?

This article explores the phenomenon of the digital nomad and how immigration regimes across the globe are trying to both accommodate – and perhaps belatedly regulate – the emerging cosmopolitan class of the nomad worker and their families.

Released on May 24, 2023

Character concerns in immigration processes in Australia

This article explores the concept of ‘good character’ in Australian immigration law and the role it plays in in determining whether visa holders can have their visas cancelled.

Released on May 24, 2023

Artificial intelligence and Canada’s immigration system

This article discusses artificial intelligence in Canadian immigration, including recent developments. It also deals with ethical considerations for automated decision-making, and the evolution of artificial intelligence regulations.

Released on Apr 20, 2023