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  • The Way of the Litigator

    Comparisons between litigation and war/battle approach cliché; nevertheless there are many parallels between the litigator and the warrior. A court room, like the battlefield may well be the crucible that separates the charlatan or fraud from the real expert.  “…The good news is there’s hope … hop … Read more »

  • Parents/Grandparents 2021 sponsorship process

    This year IRCC will pull 30,000 “interest to sponsor” forms from the remaining 2020 pool. The draw will take place the week of September 20, 2021. Those who submitted their interests last year, may have a chance this year. They’ll need to keep an eye out for their emails for the invites. https://www … Read more »

  • Afghan Resettlement Options

    SUPPORTING AFGHAN NATIONALS   To help address the growing humanitarian crisis in Afghanistan, the Government of Canada has announced two special immigration programs to help resettle Afghans to Canada. You may be eligible for one of two special programs: Immigration program for Afghan nationals, and … Read more »

  • The Refugee Claim and Family Law Proceedings

    What role does a pending refugee claim play in family law proceedings? In the case of M.A.A. v. D.E.M.E 2020 ONCA 486, the appellant mother brought her three minor children from Kuwait to Canada without the respondent father’s consent. On arrival in Canada, she sought refugee status for herself and … Read more »

  • The Distinction Between Immigration Litigation and Application Work

    There is a big difference between immigration litigation and completing and filing immigration applications.  In the UK, there is a distinction between litigators (or barristers) and solicitors. Both of course are important but require different skills sets.  Immigration hearings and appeals (and ju … Read more »