Having a lawyer can ultimately save you time and stress during the entire immigration process.
Lawyers can assist with many issues that may arise during your application for immigration to Canada.
Unforeseen circumstances, acceptability issues, policy and regulatory changes are just a few of the things an immigration attorney can assist you with during your immigration journey. Lawyers can help your employer with a Labor Market Impact Assessment (LMIA), help you with your work permit application if you have a job offer in Canada.
Having an attorney on your side can help you prevent errors in your application, avoid misrepresentation that can lead to a five-year ban. Lawyers can also look at errors made by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) and advise on next steps. Immigration lawyers also keep up to date with the latest developments in the program and application process such as portal issues, glitches and other expert information.
Canadian immigration attorneys are governed by provincial authorities and various societies that oversee the legal profession. The purpose of this layer of inspection is to ensure knowledge, professionalism and a standard of service. This helps to ensure that you, the customer, are receiving the best possible legal services from a trusted representative. You can find out if your attorney is authorized by searching online government directories.
When you try to go about the immigration process alone, you may not always get answers to specific questions about your individual case. Our job is to help you navigate the complex legal system and become a permanent resident of Canada. Lawyers are available to answer your questions and help you find the best route to Canada for your situation.
An attorney can identify programs you didn’t know about before and tell you which programs you may be eligible for. Lawyers can also guide you through the steps you need to take to apply for the best immigration program for you. If for any reason, the IRCC’s decision is not in your favor, we can inform you what options you may have for appealing.
Although there are costs in hiring a lawyer, not hiring a lawyer also has costs, which include your time, energy, and possibly your future in Canada. Hiring a Canadian immigration attorney is not a cost, but it is an investment towards your dream of Canada.
Even if Express Entry isn’t for you, there are over 100 different ways to immigrate to Canada as a skilled worker. Perhaps you want to immigrate through another federal immigration program, such as Quebec, or a Provincial Nominee Program (PNP), or the Atlantic Immigration Program (AIP).
Let us help you take the first step, see if you are eligible to immigrate to Canada.