Are you applying for temporary residence to visit in Canada?
If you meet the requirements you will need a visitor visa to travel to Canada; and unless otherwise stipulated, you will be able to stay in Canada for up to 6 months as temporary residence. If you have any concerns about meeting the basic requirements, or filling in the documents correctly, we are here to help.
Pax Law’s immigration lawyers will advise you on a strong strategy and make sure all of your documents are prepared perfectly. We have years of experience in dealing with immigration officials and government departments, reducing the risk of wasted time and money, or possibly permanent rejection.
Our immigration department has great experience and knowledge to help you through this process. Within our department we have paralegals and staff who are able to speak several languages if you are more comfortable in your native language. In our office we have people who speak Farsi, Russian, Ukrainian, Hindi, Punjabi, Portuguese, and English for our clients convenience.
There are also several options for those looking to visit Canada for a shorter duration of time. Foreign nationals are allowed to enter Canada as a tourist or temporary visitor, as a student with the purpose of attending a school program for more than six months culminating in a diploma or certificate, or to work temporarily in Canada as a temporary foreign worker.
At Pax Law we understand how overwhelming the immigration process can be, and we promise to be with you every step of the way.
If you would like to move forward today with your immigration matter, contact Pax Law today!
Immigration lawyers will charge between $250 – $750 an hour. Depending on the scope of work required, your lawyer may agree to a fixed fee arrangement.
Your immigration lawyer can prepare a thorough visa application for you to make the decision-making process easier for the visa officer. An experienced immigration lawyer has in-depth knowledge of Canadian immigration laws and procedures. Furthermore, if your visa application is rejected, a more thorough application will increase your chances of success in court.
You are not required to retain a lawyer to help you with your PR application. However, your immigration lawyer can prepare a thorough PR application for you to make the decision-making process easier for the immigration officer, reduce the chances of refusals, and reduce the possibility of lengthy delays.
A tourist visa application will usually be determined in 1 – 3 months. A study permit or work permit application will usually take the same amount of time. However, if there are problems with the application, the application is not complete, or if there is a refusal, this timeline can be significantly longer.
There is no such thing as a Canadian PR consultant. Individuals who represent themselves as PR consultants should not be used as agents. You should only trust lawyers and regulated Canadian immigration consultants to help you with your immigration process.
The answer to this question depends on the type of visa application, the agent’s qualifications and experience, and the agent’s reputation. Ensure that the agent you are considering is a Canadian lawyer or a regulated Canadian immigration consultant.
Hiring an immigration lawyer is worth it. In Canada, Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultants (RCIC) can also charge for providing immigration and refugee services; However, their engagement ends at the application phase, and they cannot continue the required processes through the court system if there are any complications with the application.
Yes. Your immigration lawyer can prepare a thorough visa application for you to make the decision-making process easier for the visa officer. An experienced immigration lawyer has in-depth knowledge of Canadian immigration laws and procedures. Furthermore, if your visa application is rejected, a more thorough application will increase your chances of success in court.
Yes, you can hire a qualified Canadian immigration lawyer or a regulated Canadian immigration consultant to help you with the immigration process. Be careful not to trust unqualified travel agencies, non-regulated immigration consultants, or other individuals not qualified to practice law in Canada.
Yes, you can. However, Pax Law recommends against individuals taking matters into their own hands and making their immigration applications. Mistakes in immigration applications can have costly consequences & and there may be no way to fix the error after the fact. Therefore, we recommend that you retain the services of an immigration lawyer or a regulated Canadian immigration consultant.
Yes, mistakes in immigration applications can have costly consequences for your immigration file, and there may not be a way to fix the error after a visa rejection. Therefore, Pax Law recommends you use a qualified Canadian lawyer or a regulated Canadian immigration consultant to help you with your immigration application.
Each case is unique and different immigration streams will apply depending on your financial, educational, and work background. You should schedule a consultation with a qualified lawyer to receive individualized advice.