How our Toronto Immigration Lawyers Help you Through the Canadian Immigration Process
Assessment of your Canadian immigration case
Before beginning the Canadian immigration process, you should know if you at least have a good chance of immigrating to Canada or are eligible to immigrate to Canada. An immigration lawyer will be able to assess your case and let you know the likelihood of success, but should never guarantee they can get you into Canada. Before proceeding, you should also sign a retainer agreement that clearly outlines services and fees with your lawyer.
Gathering immigration documents
What documents do you need for your Canadian immigration application? It depends on the situation revolving around your immigration case and how you are immigrating to Canada. Your immigration lawyer can provide you with a list of documents needed for Canadian immigration.
Filling out immigration forms
Filling out immigration forms is one of the most important aspects of the immigration process and should never be done without a lawyer. An immigration lawyer will ensure your forms are completed properly and fully (immigration applications can be denied because of paperwork errors) and the lawyer will also prepare these documents to be submitted, upon which the applicant will submit them to the appropriate visa office and pay any fees. Remember, immigrating to a new country is a major life decision. Filling out forms is part of making it happen. If you make a mistake, it could mean the difference between an approval or refusal.
Interview Preparation or Appeal Preparation
The next way your immigration lawyer helps you depends on what happens once your immigration application is received. The application could be refused, or you could be granted an interview. In some cases, you won’t need an interview. Your immigration lawyer will help you through the interview or appeal process in order to achieve the best outcome for immigration to Canada.
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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
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