Immigration is simple.
Until it isn't.
This is where we come in.
Legally Canadian is a law firm specializing in Immigration and Refugee Law. We provide a full range of immigration services in your quest to arrive or stay in Canada legally. We are all lawyers certified to practice law in Canada.
Immigration process is a challenging undertaking, laden with risks and uncertainties. Let us guide you through it.
Here's how we can help
We’ll assess your candidacy and recommend the most suitable immigration program for your situation.
Whether LMIA-based or not, we’ll assist in all stages of obtaining a work permit in Canada, for both individuals and companies.
Bulletproofing your application to study in Canada, whether arriving alone or with a family.
Refugee protection applications are complicated. Whether you are in or outside of Canada, we can help you through this process.
Your application was refused? We’ll fight with you to have your application re-assessed.
We’ll help you avoid unnecessary risks when bringing your loved ones to Canada.
Successful PR applications on Humanitarian and Compassionate grounds require skill and persuasion. We can help to make your application complete and convincing.
Pre Removal Risk Assessments (PRRA)
Were you served with the PRRA form? We will help you to prepare an application showing your life is at risk in your home country.
When you face removal from Canada you can still fight it.We will represent you at all levels of courts and immigration tribunals to help you to remain in Canada.
We’ll help you make sense of your situation and suggest what you might need to do next.
Our clients our work
These stories are based on real immigration challenges our clients have faced. All names were changed and details omitted to preserve privacy.
Often times when you lose your refugee hearing you can file an appeal of the decision and have it reviewed by the Refugee Appeal Division.
Sometimes the most innocuous aspects of an application may raise red flags.
IN THE NEWS
“Family reunification is one of the objectives of our immigration act, this is the pillar of our immigration system. Yet somehow the children who are refugees are prevented from benefiting from our own law.”
- Jenny Rokhline
"Time and time again, we get those refusals where it feels like it's a copy and paste decision from many, many years ago when they used that kind of wording."
- Jenny Rokhline