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  • Assessing your Criminality

    Keyork Immigration Law Assessing your Criminality   Criminal Assessment – Keyork Immigration Law Determining criminal admissibility in Canada is a complex legal and immigration matter. Admissibility to Canada will depend on the type of charge/conviction that you have received along with the facts re … Read more »

  • What is an ATIP Application and how it can benefit you, if you are searching for your immigration records?

    Keyork Immigration Law What is an ATIP Application and how it can benefit you, if you are searching for your immigration records?   What is an ATIP Application and how it can benefit you, if you are searching for your immigration records? ATIP stands for Access to Information and Privacy – It is an … Read more »

  • Judicial Review of a Visitor Visa Refusal

    Keyork Immigration Law Judicial Review of a Visitor Visa Refusal Why a refusal? Getting a TRV refusal can often be quite frustrating – especially that in most cases, officers will not provide much explanation as to the reasons for refusal; Officers will mostly provide a standard boilerplate refusal … Read more »

  • Federal Court Judicial Review of a Humanitarian and Compassionate Application Refusal

    Keyork Immigration Law Federal Court Judicial Review of a Humanitarian and Compassionate Application Refusal If you receive a refusal on your permanent residence application under humanitarian and compassionate grounds (H&C) and if this decision is unreasonable, meaning that there is an error of law … Read more »

  • Child Sponsorship

    Keyork Immigration Law Child Sponsorship If you are a Canadian citizen or a Permanent Resident of Canada, you can submit an application to sponsor your child to Canada if your child meets the definition of a dependent child, meaning for example that they are under the maximum age designated in the r … Read more »