Through the Cohen Immigration Law, CanadaVisa.com is able to offer you a full range of professional legal services.
With unmatched experience in Canadian Immigration, the Cohen Immigration Law is able to provide you with professional legal services related to the following matters:
- Reapplying After a Refusal
- Medical, Criminal, or Other Inadmissibility
- Citizenship Applications, Refusals, or Revocations
- Corporate Immigration Compliance
- Authorization to Return to Canada
- Criminal Pardons and Record Suspension
- Legal Opinions and Consultations
We invite you to contact us directly if you require legal services in any of the above areas. You can also explore below to learn more about each of the services that we offer.
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As discussed above, certain situations are appropriate for intervention from the Federal Court or submission to the Immigration Appeal Division. Typically, improper refusals or delays in immigration application processing may be appropriate for one of those options.
Immigration applications can be refused by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) for a wide range of reasons, from failure of the applicant to achieve the required number of points to credibility concerns. The Cohen Immigration Law has dealt with most, if not all, of these possible scenarios, and can provide representation in the appeal of certain refusals.
Immigration processing delays also occur for a number of reasons. In most cases, the Visa Office processing the application is doing the absolute best they can to process the application in a timely fashion. Under certain circumstances, however, a Visa Office will have delayed far beyond the standard processing time. In those cases, it may be necessary to seek Federal Court intervention to mandate that the Visa Office process the application in a timely fashion.
If you have been subject to an improper immigration refusal or delay, please contact us directly to let us know about your case.
Reasons for medical, criminal, or other inadmissibility to Canada can be quite complex. Ultimately, if you are found inadmissible, you will be unable to visit or reside in Canada (with a number of limited exceptions for short-term visits). However, a determination of inadmissibility is subject to review and appeal. In addition, if you are properly found to be inadmissible, there are often ways to correct your inadmissibility. For example, if you are criminally inadmissible, you may be eligible to apply for "rehabilitation", which will allow you to be admitted to Canada. If you are experience problems or have questions about medical, criminal, or other inadmissibility to Canada, please contact us directly so that we can advise you accordingly.
If you are interested in the requirements for Canadian Citizenship, check out our page about Canadian citizenship. We offer a full range application services for Canadian Citizenship. In addition, if you have had any issues with your application, please let us know. Please contact us directly to learn more about how we can assist you with your Canadian citizenship application.
Employers that choose to hire foreign nationals are subject to heightened scrutiny from Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada. Cohen Immigration Law can provide you professional legal advice on all of the requirements of Canada's Temporary Foreign Worker Program to ensure that you are in full compliance. Please contact us directly to learn more about how we can assist you.
If you are asked to leave Canada, you need to submit a formal application to be able to re-enter the country. Cohen Immigration Law has expertise in submitting Authorization to Return to Canada applications. Note that generally speaking, ARC applications are usually submitted together with another Canadian immigration application.
If you have a Canadian criminal record, Cohen Immigration Law is able to provide you with assistance in having yourself "pardoned" or to have your record suspended, whichever is appropriate. If successful, this process can assist greatly in your ability to travel to other countries. If you are applying to immigrate to Canada but have been convicted of a crime here, this will allow you to address your criminal admissibility to Canada. We invite you to let us know more about your circumstances by contacting us directly so that we can advise you accordingly.