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There is no compromise for professional advice especially when the stakes are high. When your immigration matters are left in the hands of a Canadian Immigration lawyer you can be confident that you have taken the most superior approach.

Navigating the complex landscape of immigration laws can be overwhelming, but we’re here to guide you every step of the way. Whether you’re an individual seeking a visa or a business looking to sponsor an employee, we have the expertise to handle a wide range of immigration matters. We provide assistance with visa applications and judicial review cases in the Federal Court.


Express Entry

Express Entry is a system implemented by the Canadian government to manage the immigration applications for economic programs, including the Federal Skilled Worker Program, the Federal Skilled Trades Program, and the Canadian Experience Class. It is a points-based system that assesses applicants based on various factors such as age, education, work experience, language proficiency, and adaptability.

Provincial Nominee programs

The Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) in Canada is an immigration program that allows individual provinces and territories to nominate foreign nationals for permanent residency based on their specific economic and labor market needs. Each province and territory in Canada has its own PNP, offering unique streams and criteria tailored to their specific needs.

Family Sponsorship

Family sponsorship is a program in Canada that allows Canadian citizens and permanent residents to sponsor their family members to become permanent residents of Canada. This program enables eligible individuals to reunite with their close family members and establish a new life together in Canada.


Canada has a well-established refugee system that provides protection and resettlement opportunities for individuals who are fleeing persecution, war, or other forms of violence in their home countries. The process for submitting a refugee application in Canada involves several steps and is overseen by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) and the Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada (IRB).


Visitor Visas

A visitor visa, also known as a temporary resident visa (TRV), is a document issued by the Government of Canada that allows foreign nationals to enter Canada for a temporary period for purposes such as tourism, visiting family or friends, or attending business meetings.

Study Permits

A study permit is a document issued by the Government of Canada that allows foreign nationals to study at designated learning institutions (DLIs) in Canada. It is a temporary resident visa that permits students to pursue their educational goals in Canada.

Open Work Permits

An open work permit is a type of work permit issued by the Government of Canada that allows foreign nationals to work in Canada for any employer and in any occupation, with certain exceptions. Unlike employer-specific work permits, open work permits are not tied to a specific job or employer.

Employer-Specific Work Permits

An employer-specific work permit is a type of work permit issued by the Government of Canada that allows foreign nationals to work in Canada for a specific employer and in a specific occupation. This type of work permit is tied to a particular job offer from a Canadian employer and is usually issued for a specific duration.

Labor Market Impact Assessments

A Labor Market Impact Assessment (LMIA) is a document issued by Employment and Social Development Canada (ESDC) that assesses the impact of hiring a foreign worker on the Canadian labor market. It involves a thorough assessment of the job offer, including the wages, working conditions, and efforts made to hire Canadian citizens or permanent residents for the position.


A judicial review application is a legal process that allows individuals to challenge the decisions made by immigration authorities, such as visa refusals or other immigration-related matters, in the Canadian Federal Court. It is a mechanism to seek a review of the decision-making process rather than a re-evaluation of the merits of the case itself. A judicial review application can be filed if there is a belief that the decision made by the immigration authorities was unreasonable, procedurally unfair, or contrary to the principles of natural justice. It is not a direct appeal of the visa refusal decision but a request to have the decision reviewed by the court.