Do you need advice on your citizenship application?
Or do you need assistance responding to a Residency Questionnaire?
It can be challenging to determine whether you have spent enough time in Canada to qualify for citizenship. Not all immigration statuses qualify you for citizenship the same way. Contact Anchor Law for an assessment of your application before you submit it.
If you have already applied and received a Residency Questionnaire, Citizenship and Immigration Canada suspects that you may not have met the residency requirements. A response to the Questionnaire requires careful preparation, often with extensive supporting documentation.
The quality of your response can mean the difference between becoming a Canadian citizen and having your application denied. Anchor Law will assess your situation and advise you how to prepare a response that best protects your interests.
If you have applied and been denied, Anchor Law can help you understand the basis of that denial and advise you whether a judicial review of the denial is worthwhile. If not, we can advise when and how to reapply so that your next application is a success.
What we can do for your Canadian
Services that take into account your budget and needs.
Preparation of citizenship
Are you in the process of putting together your citizenship application? Do you need advice on how to submit the strongest application possible?
Responding to a Residency
Did you receive a Residency Questionnaire from Citizenship and Immigration Canada? Are you trying to prove that you meet residency requirements?
Judicial reviews of unsuccessful
Was your citizenship application denied? A judicial review may be a smart strategic move in your case, or you may be interested in reapplying?
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