Category Archives: Canadian immigration lawyer

Canadian Women Turned Away at US Border: Racially Motivated?

A Canadian woman with valid passport, Manpreet Kooner, was turned away at the U.S. border for uncertain reasons. Initially, when she was turned away after presenting her Canadian passport, the border agents reportedly told her that she now needs a valid immigrant visa to enter America. Typically most travelers from Canada and Bermuda do not require […]

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Breaking News: Trump Might Change Immigration System Modeled after Canada

On February 28th Donald Trump set speech to the second session of Congress. The President quoted: “Nations around the world, like Canada, Australia and many others –- have a merit-based immigration system.  It is a fundamental principle that those seeking to enter a country ought to be able to support themselves financially.  In America, we […]

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How Will Trump’s Travel-Ban Affect You?

The newly United States President, Donald Trump, has made an executive order to temporarily block entry by citizens of seven Muslim-majority countries. The executive order Trump has issued is titled “Protecting the Nation From Foreign Terrorist Entry Into the United States”. This directive has sent confusion onto citizens from the banned countries as well as within […]

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How to Migrate from India to Canada

The India to Canada immigration has a fascinating history spanning over many years. Starting with just a few immigrants landing ashore in Vancouver and British Columbia, Indo-Canadians now make up one of Canada’s largest and most well-advanced immigrant communities. Why do many Indians immigrate to Canada? Indians immigrate to Canada for many different reasons, it […]

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8th Consecutive Year, Niren & Associates Won Top Choice Immigration Law Award 2017

With another year behind us we are proud to announce that once again, for the EIGHTH YEAR, we have received the Top Choice Award for the Top Immigration Law Service! We want to thank all of our amazing clients and our dedicated staff that are able to keep our mission to serve you possible! Here […]

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Canada Expands It’s Faster Work Visa Plan

As you may have heard, a few weeks ago Canada decided to move forward on reducing the permanent residence processing time for skilled workers to obtain a work visa in two weeks. The Canadian government’s decision was precisely just for the country’s tech industry since there has been a shortage of global talent in the […]

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New Canadian Immigration Sponsorship Process for Parents and Grandparents

Expected Improvement with a New Application Process for Parents and Grandparents The Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship of Canada declared that the Parent and Grandparent Sponsorship Program is due for some application adjustments as of January 2017. Canadian citizens who plan to sponsor one or both of their parents, or grandparents, for Canadian permanent residence status, […]

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“If Trump Wins I’m Moving to Canada” — Here’s How to Do it

*** UPDATE: This post was originally written on March 11, 2016. As of November 8, 2016, Donald Trump is now the President-elect of the United States of America. If this is reason enough for you to consider immigrating to Canada, please scroll down to “What Types of Visas Are Available?” for more information. *** Donald […]

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Immigration Policy Review for Temporary Foreign Workers

Immigration news update: We have some very exciting news to share with you today: the Government of Canada has promised to look into its foreign worker policy. Under the new liberal government, we have seen quite a few positive changes and we are hoping more will follow. Here are some of the changes: There were better […]

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Which 5 Canadian Cities That Need Teachers in 2016?

One of the greatest aspects of Canadian culture are the numerous educational institutions that teach children and adults valuable skills and knowledge. More than 16 percent of the Canadian population is currently between the age of 5-19, while more than 13 percent of the population is between the ages of 20-29. The combination of these […]

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