Immigration and Visa Issues

Immigration and visa issues could include any of the following:

  • Refusals
  • Inadmissibility hearings
  • Removal and deportation orders
  • Procedural fairness letters for misrepresentation or other issues

Al Parsai, an RCIC-IRB, could assist you with all these matters. Please fill out the following form or book a consultation session with Al.

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    Are you inadmissible to Canada?
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    Have you received a removal order from Canada?
    Yes, DepartureYes, ExclusionYes, DeportationYes, type unknownNoI don't know

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    Do you believe humanitarian and compassionate grounds apply to you?
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    Section 16(1) and 40(1) in Canadian procedural fairness letters (PFL)

    Receiving a procedural fairness letter that contains either subsection 16(1) or 40(1) of IRPA is concerning.

    Getting a divorce for Canadian immigration purposes

    Is getting a divorce for immigration purposes an option? Can I later sponsor my divorced spouse or common-law partner?

    Speeding up the immigration or visa process in Canada

    Can you speed up the processing of your visa or immigration application in Canada? Let’s explore your potential options.

    Removing an enforcement flag – border crossing issues

    Enforcement flags cause you to face scrutiny every time you try to enter Canada at a port of entry. Let’s see how you may remove them.

    Judicial Review for immigration refusals

    Judicial review plays a critical role in the health of Canadian immigration regime. A federal court judge runs JR hearings.

    Confirmation of Permanent Residence (COPR)

    The Confirmation of Permanent Residence (COPR) form is an important document that reflects an immigration category code among other key information about your permanent residence in Canada.

    Travel history for Canadian visitor visa

    Does travel history affect your chances of receiving a visitor visa in Canada? Let’s explore the answer from a legal point of view.

    You must leave Canada immediately!

    The harsh phrase of “you must leave Canada” is not a removal order necessarily. However, you must know your options.

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