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 Citizenship and Immigration 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 Citizenship and Immigration Canada's expedited processing initiatives for the disaster-affected areas.

  • Active intermediation for disaster-affected individuals and their families to communicate with Citizenship and Immigration Canada and other related Government of Canada relief agencies.

  • Involvement with Canadian community organizations to support their disaster relief efforts.

Latest News

  • Date for Full Implementation of electronic Travel Authorization (eTA) Announced

    Mark your calendars — the date for the full implementation of Canada's new pre-screening system for visa-exempt visitors has been announced. As of September 29, 2016, travellers to Canada from certain countries must have an electronic Travel Authorization (eTA) to fly to or transit through Canada. Exceptions include U.S. citizens and persons with a valid Canadian visa.

  • Immigration Minister Announces Increased Intake of Privately-Sponsored Syrian Refugees

    Canada's Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship, John McCallum, has announced that an additional 10,000 applications from private sponsorship groups wishing to help resettle Syrian refugees are scheduled to be processed this year.