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An Immigration Attorney is an individual who graduated from Law School, who then passed a Bar Exam or who graduated from a Master’s degree in Notarial Law (in the case of Quebec Notaries), and then followed a one year internship in order to become a member of a provincial or territorial Law society or of the Quebec Chamber of Notaries. An Immigration Attorney can represent immigration candidates throughout their applications; can appeal unfavorable decisions in front of the Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada, Superior Court, of an Administrative Court and in front of the Federal Court.
Another way of becoming a Canadian Citizen would be to first obtain a Canadian permanent residency. After residing physically in Canada for three years, a permanent resident can apply for Canadian citizenship.
The citizenship allows additional rights that the permanent resident status does not provide, namely the right to vote, to hold a Canadian Passport and to be employed by the Government of Canada.
1) Economic Immigration, which includes:
– Immigrating as a skilled worker;
– Immigration for business purposes;
2) Family Sponsorship for spouses, children, adopted children, parents and grandparents.
3) Refugees status or persons in refugee-like situations
4) Humanitarian and compassionate grounds.
Contact us to find out if you qualify in one of these above mentionned categories.
As a result, an applicant residing outside of Canada who wishes to immigrate to Canada and establish himself in the province of Quebec needs to first obtain a Certificate of Selection or a Certificate of acceptation from the Province of Québec before being able to apply through the federal government.