We understand that immigrating to a new country is one the most substantial decisions in any person’s life and the immigration law process can be confusing, long, and complicated. There are numerous ways to immigrate to Canada and each process has its own obstacles and struggles. We are here to simplify the process and make the experience easier. We are well-informed on the latest changes in Canadian Immigration law and we are able to assist our clients in understanding their options.
The process of applying for immigration is complex. To avoid refusal and losing your opportunity to immigrate to Canada, retain a lawyer with the necessary knowledge and expertise to ensure your application is prepared, filed, and handled in a manner that maximizes your chances of success.
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We can assist with:
- Permanent Residency Applications
Canada welcomes tens of thousands of newcomers each year. Permanent resident status gives the individual the right to live, work, and study in Canada on a permanent basis. To obtain permanent residency, applicants must meet certain eligibility criteria and follow specific procedures.
- Family Sponsorships
Family reunification is a primary objective under Canada’s Immigration System. Family sponsorship allows a family member already in Canada to sponsor other family members who would like to become permanent residents of Canada. Under family sponsorships you are able to sponsor your parents, grandparents, and siblings.
- Spousal Sponsorships
A local citizen or permanent resident of Canada is able to sponsor his/her spouse or common-law partner. If the sponsor and applicant both live in Canada, an "in Canada" sponsorship can be submitted. If the applicant resides outside of Canada, the application is sent to the responsible visa office. Under both circumstances, it must be proven that the marriage or relationship is genuine and was not entered into primarily for the purpose of acquiring a status.
- Work Permits
Work permits are needed when you wish to work in Canada for a temporary period. Work permits are also required when you are an employer in Canada and want to hire a foreign employee on a temporary basis.
- Visitor Permits, including Super Visa applications
Temporary resident visas are documents required by certain foreign citizens before entering Canada. Visitor permits are provided for tourist, business, and family reunification purposes
If you require legal advice, please contact our office and we will be pleased to assist you.