Many people get involved with the Canadian immigration system before ever contacting a lawyer and, in many cases, they receive a positive answer. Sometimes though, problems arise.
If your application has been refused, under whichever category, Anchor Law can advise you on whether the decision can be appealed or reviewed by a court. For example, as a refused refugee claimant you may have a right of appeal to the Refugee Appeal Division. Other negative decisions could be reviewed by the Federal Court or Immigration Appeal Division. In other cases, a new application may be your best option.
In other cases, if you are already in Canada, immigration authorities may contact you and challenge your status if they believe you have become inadmissible. The reasons for such a challenge are numerous and case-specific, but you will be expected to respon. Before you prepare a response, it is crucial to understand why your status is being challenged and to ensure that your response protects your interests.
Whatever went wrong, contact Anchor Law for advice on what options you have available, and to develop the best strategy for your case.
How Anchor Law Can Help
Services that take into account your budget and needs.
Appeals to the Immigration Appeal Division for unsuccessful sponsorships
Appeals to the Refugee Appeal Division for unsuccessful refugee claims
Representation before the Immigration Division for inadmissibility issues (loss of status)
Judicial reviews before the Federal Court of refusals under various categories
“If you require legal advice and representation, I hope to be your guide through the legal process with full transparency and on the basis of a solid strategy.”