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  • What can I expect to happen at a refugee hearing?September 25, 2017

    Keyork Immigration Law What can I expect to happen at a refugee hearing? I submitted my refugee claim in Canada and I received a Notice to Appear for my hearing. What will happen during my hearing? How can I prepare myself for the hearing? The refugee hearing is organized in order to determine if yo … Read more »

  • Fall in Canada! Our ultimate guide to help you transitionSeptember 25, 2017

    Keyork Immigration Law Fall in Canada! Our ultimate guide to help you transition It’s finally October in Canada! The leaves are changing, the temperature is dropping and holiday décor is starting to fill up on the store shelves! While September is the month for our final BBQ hurrah’s and the time to … Read more »

  • Canada’s borders get tested with influx of refugeesAugust 31, 2017

    Keyork Immigration Law Canada’s borders get tested with influx of refugees Our country is facing a new age of immigration. Since President Trump took office we’ve seen an influx of immigrants crossing into Canada seeking asylum. Since January 2017 the number of asylum seekers entering Quebec alone h … Read more »

  • Federal Court of CanadaJuly 29, 2017

    Keyork Immigration Law Federal Court of Canada   On July 19, 2017, a Judicial Review hearing took place at the Federal Court of Canada in Montreal with respect to the reasonableness and the correctness of a danger opinion issued by Canada Border Services Agency against a foreign national, who had li … Read more »

  • How can I overcome criminal inadmissibility to CanadaJuly 3, 2017

    Keyork Immigration Law How can I overcome criminal inadmissibility to Canada I was convicted of Fraud in my country of citizenship, but this was a long time. I am no longer criminally inadmissible to Canada. False. If you have committed a crime, in or outside of Canada, you might have a criminal ina … Read more »