Are you searching for a Sponsorship Lawyer in Toronto? Do you wish to sponsor your loved one to Canada and do not know where to turn? Immigration law is becoming increasingly complex so it is essential that you get the help you need in order to ensure that the process will go smoothly. Sponsorship Applications […]Continue Reading
Canadian Immigration News: 2019's Latest CIC News and Updates
The latest Canada Immigration news covering the CIC, permanent residency, Express Entry draws, provincial nominee programs, family sponsorship, temporary work visas, investor visas and citizenship. Stay up to date on Canadian Immigration Latest News here! For more information about the Canadian immigration process and requirements, please visit our main page on Canadian Immigration.
Canada offers birthright citizenship, as do many other countries in the world – including the United States. What birthright citizenship means is that anyone born on Canadian soil automatically becomes a Canadian citizen. But did you know, someone who has been born in Canada can still be deported? It’s a very rarely-used and little-known law […]Continue Reading
The best Canada vacation packages will move you effortlessly from one juncture to the next during your time away from work. Vacations are so much more enjoyable when they flow without those interruptions that remind you that you are away from home. Instead, they should feel just like your normal life, only without any worry […]Continue Reading
If you have a criminal record such as a felony conviction, you may have difficulty entering Canada. Can I Enter Canada with a Felony Conviction? Canada has strict rules when it comes to admitting people with criminal records. Essentially, if you have been convicted of an offence that occurred less than 10 years ago, in most cases, you are […]Continue Reading
The Immigrant Investor Program was a popular immigration program that allowed people to immigrate to Canada as permanent residents if they invested a certain amount of money in Canada and were able to create jobs. One businessman from China, and his family, had spent years making the preparations to come to Canada. Jacob Zhou had the […]Continue Reading
Last year as a part of their effort to clear a massive immigration application backlog, the Government of Canada announced they would not be accepting any new applications to sponsor parents and grandparents to Canada. Some of these permanent residency applications were taking up to eight years to be processed. Instead, the Government of Canada […]Continue Reading
Someone who is a permanent resident of Canada is obligated to keep their permanent resident card (PR Card) valid at all times. Because these Canadian permanent resident cards expire every five years, that means that you need to renew them every five years. The procedure for renewing a permanent resident card in Canada involves creating […]Continue Reading
Hello Natalie I hope this email finds you well. Please be advised that we have received notification today from CIC that you have been approved as a sponsor and Terry’s application for Permanent Residence has been forwarded to CPP Ottawa for further processing. The current processing time at the CPP Ottawa is approximately 8-12 months. We will contact […]Continue Reading
Canada has become an ideal haven for many immigrants, and immigrating from Mexico to Canada provides benefits for many individuals seeking a safe, happy, and productive life. While the benefits may be worth pursuing, the application process contains many steps. Working with a good immigration lawyer can help you understand the requirements and complete what […]Continue Reading
A question we are often asked at our immigration law firm is, can an American work in Canada? The answer is, yes! Americans Working in Canada If you are an American citizen, you may be eligible to apply for a Canadian work permit or apply to work in Canada under the Skilled Worker Program, which […]Continue Reading
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