In 2005 Barack Obama cosponsored the Secure America and Orderly Immigration Act, a bill to improve border security and immigration. He also supported the Secure Fence Act of 2006 that allows for a double-reinforced fence to be built between California and Texas in areas that have been prone to illegal drug trafficking and illegal immigration. […]Continue Reading
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Immigration to Canada from Asia, Australia, India, China, Pakistan and Eastern Europe Q. We are from outside of Toronto but wish to hire your immigration law firm to represent us. Can you take on our case? A . Many of our clients ask whether, we as immigration lawyers, are able to represent clients or potential clients […]Continue Reading
Dear Fadi, I wanted to thank you for all your work & guidance. I was granted TN visa for one year, on Thousand Islands Border. The officer wanted to know if I had applied before, and as advised, I mentioned I did and then I presented the papers prepared by you.Continue Reading
Government announces Quebec diversity policy Immigration Minister Yolande James announced yesterday a new diversity policy for Quebec that provides measures to help ensure that new immigrants are aware of basic principles from Quebec’s Charter of Human Rights and Freedoms and the French Language Charter.Continue Reading
It is not a rare occurrence to have clients phone into our office to inquire about the long wait times for the processing of their applications by Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC). Unfortunately, Canada’s desirability as a new home for those wishing for a fresh start is the main cause of this backlog. Check CIC’s […]Continue Reading
Can you go from a US Work Permit to US Permanent Residence? We get many inquiries about whether it is possible to transfer from a US Work Permit to a US Green Card or US Permanent Residence. In some cases, a US Work Visa to Green Card transfer is indeed possible. This all depends on […]Continue Reading
Immigration to Canada is needed to improve our economy “Economy will need more immigrants”, says The Toronto Star, Saturday, October 25, 2008. The Star quotes the latest report on Canada immigration policies and systems by the Conference Board of Canada that “Immigration levels in the country will have to go up significantly for future economic […]Continue Reading
E2 Visas to the US I had the opportunity to meet with a number of clients this week that want to live and work in the US as self employed individuals (I guess this week’s cold snap prompted much of these thoughts as a number of these individuals want to move to Florida). One of the […]Continue Reading
Using an L1 Visa to conduct business in the US Question. I have a business in Canada and I wish to expand to the US. How can I achieve this? Answer. For Canadians wishing to expand their businesses to the US, they may qualify for an L1 Visa.Continue Reading
What Do I Do If I Was Denied Entry to the US? Answer. Getting denied at the US border, whether a land border or the airport, is often a traumatic experience. In addition to being told that you cannot to travel, US Customs usually finger prints and photographs you, making you feel very uncomfortable to […]Continue Reading
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