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- 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 »
- What you need to know if you are filing a permanent residence application under Humanitarian and Compassionate (H&C) grounds?
Keyork Immigration Law What you need to know if you are filing a permanent residence application under Humanitarian and Compassionate (H&C) grounds? This type of application for permanent residence is an exceptional category, which was implemented in order to regularize the immigration status of cer … Read more »
- Why did I receive a Residence Questionnaire?
Keyork Immigration Law Why did I receive a Residence Questionnaire? Will this delay processing of my citizenship application? You submitted your citizenship application nearly one ago and a letter from Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada comes in the mail. You open it excitedly, thinking th … Read more »