Many of our clients approach us with minor children who wish to study in Canada. The first question they often ask is: Does my child need a study permit to study in Canada?Read More
Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) has recently released several announcements and updates regarding existing or new immigration programs and pilots. Today, we’ll explore some of the biggest changes and unpack what this means for temporary residents, permanent residents, citizens, and those considering making the move to Canada.Read More
Foreign nationals of all ages come to Canada to pursue their studies. In fact, Canada is currently ranked as the third best country in the world for its education system.
We have handled immigration applications for students in all levels of the education system, from elementary school to secondary school to post-secondary school. A common question we receive from those wishing to study in Canada is whether or not they need a custodian and what exactly a custodian is.Read More
Many of our clients come to Canada to work or study temporarily. Oftentimes, these clients ask if they can bring a spouse or family member with them. Our answer to this question is: in most cases, yes! Oftentimes, your spouse or family member is deemed eligible for an open work permit, which will allow them to work full-time while you study or work.Read More
With the introduction of Bill C-46, impaired driving is now recognized as a serious crime under the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act. Many clients have asked what this means for Temporary Residents (i.e. those in Canada on a work permit, study permit, or visitor visa) and Permanent Residents of Canada. Today, I explain how Temporary Residents and Permanent Residents are affected by this Bill and how to resolve any issues that may arise as a result.Read More