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Immigration Lawyer
in Toronto

We are the guardians of your rights when dealing with the decision makers at Immigration, Refugee and Citizenship Canada, the Canada Border Services Agency and at the Federal Court. Our immigration attorneys in Toronto will serve and protect your rights with integrity, experience, professionalism and diligence. We help you navigate the complex waters of the Canadian Immigration System.

Located in the heart of Toronto, we have a team of savvy Canadian immigration attorneys providing Legal immigration services to both Canadians and future Canadians from all walks of life. Whether you are an individual or a business we are prepared and dedicated to serve you.

About Us

Looking for an immigration attorney in Toronto? You’ve landed at the right place!

The Chaudhary Law Office has Canadian Immigration Lawyers located in Toronto, Canada ready to help you with your immigration matter.

Our office exclusively practices in all areas of Canadian Immigration and Refugee Law. Whether you are applying for a temporary resident visa, refugee protection, permanent residence, citizenship, dealing with inadmissibility issues, appealing a matter at the Immigration Refugee Board or are seeking judicial Review our dedicated lawyers can provide you relevant advice and guidance in all Canadian Immigration and Refugee matters.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Can you answer my immigration question?

We can answer an immigration question if we have sufficient facts. Obtaining those facts requires an understanding of your history. This history may include: employment, education, travel, previous interactions with government officials, family background, and other facts. The amount and variety of this information typically requires a consultation. On the other hand, some questions have short answers and may be answered by referring to the website: www.cic.gc.ca . We would refer you to that website for questions that have short general answers.

Why do I have to pay for a consultation?
You are unique. We want to know about your unique situation. Due to the amount of information required to know your situation and the time spent, it would be required to pay for a consultation.
How much is a consultation?
A 30 minute consultation has a fee of CAD$170 (plus hst if applicable), and a 60 minute consultation fee is CAD$500.00 (plus hst if applicable). This includes answering through email, one-two questions related to the consultation within seven days of the consultation. The consultation fee may be credited towards a related legal service fee if you hire us within 21 days of the consultation.
My Immigration case got refused, how long do I have to contest my case?
If the immigration officer that refused your case is located in Canada, then you may only have 15 days to seek relief at the federal court. If the immigration officer who refused your application is located outside of Canada, then you would have 60 days to seek an application at the Federal Court and 30 days for Appeals, as the case may be.
What is the financial requirement to visit Canada?
You are unique; the amount of time you intend to spend in Canada, as well as the purpose of your visit to Canada would determine the amount of money you need to present when applying to visit Canada. Similarly, if you have a host or relative who is inviting you to Canada, then the amount of money and or income they need to show depends on how long you intend to be in Canada, the income of your host, and your purpose in Canada, among other things.
Am I eligible to sponsor?
Sponsors have financial requirements that are nominal in the case of sponsoring a spouse, to specific, in the case of sponsoring a parent. There may also be issues if the potential sponsor has had interactions with Canada’s justice system or Border Officials.

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