About Tonia Holden
Tonia Holden is the Department Manager of Temporary Residence at Cohen Immigration Law. She ensures all clients receive outstanding service and the highest standard of care. A member of the Cohen Immigration Law team since 2009, Tonia has more than 10 years of experience in Canadian immigration and has worked in many of the underlying categories including work permits, LMIAs, permanent residence, citizenship and criminal inadmissibility.
Her expertise in these areas makes her a valuable asset to the team, particularly in handling the nuances and complexities of each individual case and ensuring that clients receive personalized solutions. Tonia is a graduate of McGill University.
About CanadaVisa.com and the Cohen Immigration Law
CanadaVisa.com was launched in 1994 as the online platform of Cohen Immigration Law, becoming one of the first law firms in Canada to offer a full range of Canadian immigration services and consulting to prospective immigration applicants and foreign workers over the internet. Today, CanadaVisa.com is the largest private sector Canadian immigration website in the world, with millions of people visiting the website every year.
Tonia Holden and the Cohen Immigration Law team of some 60 lawyers, paralegals, and other professionals provide the full range of Canadian immigration services to foreign individuals, small enterprises and multinationals alike. Cohen Immigration Law takes on the complete preparation of permanent residence and temporary work permit applications and dispenses experienced, expert advice at every stage throughout the process.
Contact CanadaVisa and Cohen Immigration Law for Assistance
Skilled Worker Assistance
Find out if you are eligible to immigrate to Canada through one of the country's over 100 skilled worker options.
Family Sponsorship Assistance
See if you are eligible to sponsor a loved one, or be sponsored by a Canadian citizen or permanent resident.
Other Immigration Enquiries
Contact us about work permits, study permits, business immigration, citizenship, and inadmissibility.