Our Recent Immigration Success Stories

At BLG we are privileged to work on behalf of many wonderful people, companies and associations. We represent immigration applicants from far outside Canada from the time they step foot into the country’s airport waiting rooms all the way to the Supreme Court of Canada.

Our immigration clients often tell us after their case is concluded it would have helped to know of similar stories that are real and not just what you hear on the street. So every month we post a few stories to celebrate our immigration success stories and offer some comfort to those who will soon embark on a similar journey…

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1 May 2019

Case of the Delayed Deportation

Mario Bellissimo reached an agreement with the Department of Justice under the guidance of the Federal Court to stop the deportation of a family until further investigation could be undertaken into the medical consequences of deportation.  The matter was adjourned for a month.  Mr. Bellissimo noted, ” that this is a fine example of both sides (the Applicant and the Department of Justice) with the direction of the Court working together to reach a fair resolution to ensure a person is not deported to potential harm”.  On behalf of the clients we will work diligently to ensure all investigations are efficient and exhaustive.  Deportation is traumatic and where it is possible to assist in a family avoiding this consequence it is a source of tremendous pride and a sense of accomplishment.

24 Apr 2019

Month of Urgent Stays of Removal!

As February comes to a close, we have to say we have had an unparalleled amount of removal cases we have had to act upon very quickly! Several of the clients who have come to us for assistance this month have had removal dates for either February or early March.

We are happy to say that we have made great progress with these cases and have received at least three stays of removal this month. Needless to say, our clients are very relieved that they are still in Canada!

17 Apr 2019

A Case of Mild Autism

We are pleased to have recently assisted our clients with a difficult case whose son was denied permanent resident status to Canada for medical inadmissibility reasons. It was determined by Citizenship and Immigration Canada initially that he required special education services and therefore would be an excessive demand on the Canadian healthcare system.

When we examined the case and reasons for concern, we were able to clearly establish that the diagnosis and extent of his social service requirements was misinterpreted. We were able to prove that the client was not in fact an excessive demand using expert medical opinion and financial calculations to the medical burden our client would be on the educational and healthcare system. We handle so many medical cases each month and we share in the emotional struggle with our clients and when all our hard work and diligence results in a huge obstacle being overcome and the dream to make Canada home realized – all we can say is way to go team!

10 Apr 2019

A Case of Permanent Residence

We recently were able to procure a permanent residence visa under the Federal Skilled Worker category for a client who was affected by the change of procedures in November 2008, when the Ministerial instructions came into effect. In this case, additional submissions were required to ensure that our client was being processed according to the right stream.

Fortunately, our submissions were successful and our client is now a happy permanent resident!