Under certain circumstances, the Campbell Cohen Law Firm waives fees for some Canadian Immigration legal services.

As the need arises, we provide the following Canadian immigration-related services to individuals affected by natural disasters and other catastrophes on a pro bono (free of charge) basis:

  • Legal advice about Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada's relief initiatives, i.e. how victims and their families can benefit from these initiatives.
  • Guidance for completion of Family Class sponsorship applications under the Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada's expedited processing initiatives for the disaster-affected areas.
  • Active intermediation for disaster-affected individuals and their families to communicate with Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada and other related Government of Canada relief agencies.
  • Involvement with Canadian community organizations to support their disaster relief efforts.

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