Category Archives: Immigration QUESTIONS & ANSWERS

Trump Wins the Presidency and the Canadian Government’s Immigration Site Crashes

What a night! On the eve of the election of the 45th President of the United States, Donald J. Trump beats Hillary Clinton for the presidency against all odds. The political pundits were united in their predictions that Clinton would handily win this one….but they were wrong. As millions watched the media networks tally up […]

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New age of dependent children for Immigration to Canada

Do you wish to immigrate to Canada? Do have children under the age of 19? You may be able to bring them as dependents on your application. Changing the Definition of Dependent Children On August 1, 2014, Citizenship and Immigration Canada will be changing the definition of dependents for immigration applications. The definition of a […]

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Should You Fill Out Immigration Applications Online?

I love visiting the Canadian government’s immigration website. There is a lot of information about Canadian immigration and visas that is provided there. Lately, Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) has added a lot of “how-to” videos trying to guide people and encourage them to fill out their application forms right online.  They tell you that […]

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Immigration Interview Questions – Prepare Yourself

That time has arrived, you have been called in for an interview. Don’t be worried, prepare yourself to win. This is your chance to convince the immigration officer that you are worthy of immigrating to this beautiful country. An Overview of Immigration Interview Questions In order to obtain citizenship you must pass the immigration interview. […]

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Top 5 Questions People ask about Canadian Immigration

There are numerous questions one would have regarding Immigration. Whether it is how to fill out an application or how long their application process would take. Here is a list of the top 5 questions we often get: 1. Why Immigrate to Canada? Out of all the countries, why immigrate to Canada? Canada has been […]

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You are an immigration lawyer in Toronto. How can you help if I live far away?

You are immigration lawyers based in Toronto Canada. We are from LA, California. How can you help us if you are located so far away? ______________________________ This is a common question we get often. The simple answer is that it doesn’t really matter where you are from, you can be located anywhere in the world […]

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Immigration Consultation for Toronto Office

Dear Fadi,  This is a followup to our recent telephone consultation. Thank you for your patience and for explaining the immigration issues and process in a “user friendly” manner. You were clear, articulate and precise. I appreciate these attributes when sourcing information. As well, your followup email stated that I could be in touch if […]

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Warning: Immigration Consultants who charge to review your immigration documents

I have noticed a disturbing trend in the immigration industry where immigration consultants offer  people “file review services” at low costs presumably to entice people to hire them for the “full” application later on. I have no objections to this approach as a means of  getting more business. But…. Review my immigration documents please   there is […]

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Tales from a ‘Reluctant” Immigration Lawyer

Don’t get me wrong. I like what I do. Helping individuals, families and companies with their cross border needs is very rewarding and challenging. And I am proud of our track record and hope to continue doing what I do best for the forseeable future.  But the truth is that I wish it all weren’t necessary. Imagine […]

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