Canadian & U.S. Immigration Services

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Hello, my name is Michael Niren. I’m an immigration lawyer and founder of Over the years, we have helped thousands of people with their Canadian and U.S. visa cases.

Our Canadian & U.S. Immigration Services

Whether you are coming to Canada or to the U.S. to work, study, visit, or to live, we can help. Even if you have been denied a visa or facing removal, there’s often a solution we can offer.

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Michael Niren

About Michael Niren

Michael is a graduate of Osgoode Hall Law School in Toronto. He is a member of the Law Society of Upper Canada, the Canadian Bar Association’s Citizenship and Immigration Section and the Associate Member of the American Bar Association. Read more

4 thoughts on “Canadian & U.S. Immigration Services

  1. Farrah

    I’m in a very frustrating situation and I would really appreciate your help.
    I am a US green card holder with China passport and I didn’t need a visa to enter Canada as a visitor in December last year. My husband has filled outside Canada spouse sponsoring to get my Canada PR in September last year. To my knowledge I can stay here for up to 180 days, that’s why when we mailed my passport to the CIC for my PR visa in April this year, we didn’t think about we need to extend my visa to stay. But here is the frustrating part, they lost the mail with my passport when the CIC mail the landing package back to me.
    Now I’m overstayed like a month and I can’t even file an extension bcuz my passport is lost in the process.
    What would you recommend for my situation? Does my case fits the implied status to stay?
    Thank you

    1. Mira Freiwat

      Hello Farrah,

      Thank you for your inquiry. I can’t imagine the hardship and frustration/anxiety you must be facing right now, but we have handled many cases almost identical to yours in the past…which makes me feel very confident that we can help you out. I would require some more information from you to be able to advise you correctly, and needless to say, this is not an issue that can be discussed/resolved in a blog post. Kindly complete this form for me so that I can obtain the details I need to advise you accordingly. Once it is submitted back to us, I will review it and contact you so that we can correct this issue of your status and passport. MF

  2. Mira Freiwat

    Hello Chantelle,

    Thank you for your post. It is nearly impossible for me to advise you on this matter as I do not have the background or complete information on your boyfriend’s situation. Please email me at [email protected] with more information such as when did he apply? Why did he seek refuge here in Canada? Did he have an attorney or did he represent himself? How long did he reside in Canada? Was he given a PRRA prior to exiting the country? Basically any information pertaining to his Refugee status here in Canada would be helpful for me to accurately advise you on what options you have available to you. MF

  3. Chantelle

    My boyfriend was a refugee and was sent back to St.Vicent being a refugee.
    I want him back home, what are his options? And how do we proceed with this situation?


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