A caregiver who had completed two years under the former live-in caregiver program submitted her permanent residence application. Unfortunately, while waiting for her permanent residence application to be finalized, she inadvertently lost…Continue Reading
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Despite the standard processing time posted on the IRCC website of 26 months for In-Canada Class Spousal Sponsorship Applications for Permanent Residence, we are happy to share that our client’s were approved…Continue Reading
This Week’s Success Story: Refused Live-In Caregiver Permanent Residency Application Successfully Challenged in Federal Court!
On behalf of the Applicant we argued that she was unrepresented throughout the application process and Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) conceded in the file notes that inconsistent and unclear requests were…Continue Reading
This Week’s Success Story: Immigration Work Permit Status Issue Overcome and Permanent Residency Granted in Two Months!
A young man who had received a qualifying (LMIA based) job offer from a Canadian employer, approached us for assistance with his permanent residence and work permit applications. Unfortunately, having previously submitted…Continue Reading
We assisted a client whose work permit was to expire and it appeared that he could not extend it due to the four-year limit. According to the cumulative duration rule introduced on…Continue Reading
This week’s featured success story includes that of a young man who had previously submitted five separate study permit applications, all of which had been denied over the course of three years. With…Continue Reading
We were happy to receive another settlement offer from the Department of Justice on a Federal Court matter scheduled for judicial review. Following receipt of our arguments, which highlighted a number of…Continue Reading
We were recently successful on a permanent residence application that had been previously refused for criminal inadmissibility. Following careful and extensive research, it was discovered that the applicant may have been incorrectly…Continue Reading
We assisted a person who was being sponsored to Canada under Common-Law Spouse Class. After the application was submitted, the applicant was charged and subsequently convicted of a criminal offence in Canada….Continue Reading
We were successful on a sponsorship application for a child that was not disclosed and therefore not examined at the time of his father’s application for immigration to Canada. We made extensive…Continue Reading