Our Immigration Lawyers are Ready to Help You.
The immigration team at Allan Snelling LLP provides immigration legal services assisting clients with immigration related legal matters involving all federal and provincial programs. From the outset, we assess and deliver professional services to match client-specific needs. We advise our clients regarding selection of appropriate immigration programs, evidence their eligibility, prepare, initiate and monitor the relevant application process through the Immigration, Refugee and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) and/or relevant provincial immigration authority as the case may be.
Our Immigration Services Include:
- Ontario Provincial Nominee Program (PNP)
- Federal Skilled Worker Program (FSWP)
- Federal Skilled Trade Program (FSTP)
- Canadian Experience Class Program (CECP)
- Family sponsorship applications
- Visitor, study, and work permit applications
- Permanent residence (PR) card renewals
- Citizenship applications
Furthermore, we advocate for our clients through representation before the Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada and the Federal Court.
Our Immigration Litigation Services Include:
- Judicial Review and Reconsideration for rejected applications
- Procedural Fairness Letter Responses
- Sponsorship appeals before the Immigration and Refugee Board
- Residency Obligation appeals
- Immigration Division Hearings on inadmissibility cases
- Misrepresentation & Inadmissibility
If you require our assistance on immigration matters, please contact us today.
A person can be a Canadian citizen by birth or by naturalization. To receive Canadian citizenship by birth, a person should either be born in Canada, or have at least one Canadian parent at the time of birth. If a person is not a Canadian citizen by birth, the first step in naturalization is to receive an immigrant (permanent resident status) of Canada. Permanent residency applications can be made inside or outside Canada.
The Principal Applicant’s spouse/partner, dependent children under 22 years old and single can be included in the permanent residency application. Parents cannot be included, however once the applicant becomes a permanent resident of Canada and meets the eligibility requirements, parents can be sponsored, or they can apply for a supervisa, which is a multi entry visa designed for parents/grandparents of Canadian PRs and citizens.
EA Capital Immigration is an immigration firm. We do not provide services in searching for a suitable school, education program, or maintaining communication with educational institutions in Canada. Therefore, we cannot provide services in the selection and registry of your school; however, you can inquiry counseling from us regarding evaluating your choices of schools and program selection as selecting an education program that is closely related to your career plays a crucial role in the success of your study permit application. Furthermore, not all schools are eligible for post graduation work permit. This may prevent you from applying for a post graduation work permit upon graduation, and as a result you may face barriers in finding a job or maintaining a legal status in Canada after graduation. Therefore, you can consult us before making a final decision on which school and program to register.