Canadian Immigration court cases I am reading currently

New Decisions : Federal Court of Canada

Canadian Immigration Practice Area


1. Refusal analysis of all temporary/permanent visa/immigration applications and potential of their appeal and/or reapplication. All kinds of inadmissibility like criminal, medical, financial, violation of IRPA, misrepresentation and family members.


2. Permanent Residence and citizenship issues for skilled and self employed professionals like licensed physicians, medical specialists, athletes, artists, entrepreneurs and investors.


3. Sponsorship of permanent immigration through Canadian spouse, common law and conjugal partners.


4. Deportation and Removal issues. Deportees from Canada looking to qualify to re-enter. Inadmissibility issues for people blocked to come to Canada.


5. Appeals and Refusal reviews of your previous applications.


6. Refugees fleeing persecution and seeking residence in Canada.

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Amarjot Singh has worked in the field of Canadian immigration law for more than seven years. He focuses on complex and appellate issues of immigration law on behalf of individual/employer clients as well as other consultant/attorneys, and has extensive experience in case law research, analysis and writing. He also helps self employed professionals immigrate to Canada.As an immigrant himself, Amarjot understands his clients’ needs for clarity in understanding the law; therefore, he provides accurate, honest and quality representation which emphasizes mistake avoidance and "know before you leap" attitude.

Education

Hons. Diploma in Immigration and Refugee Protection Act from Ashton College, Vancouver BC

Representation to all applications for

Citizenship and Immigration Canada- all offices in Canada and overseas

Canada Border and Service Agency

High Commission and Embassies of Canada worldwide

Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada

ESDC Canada for LMO applications

Professional Memberships

ICCRC

You will benefit by talking to me if one or more of these situations apply to you.

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10 Immigration Scenarios




1. You have at least CDN $400,000 in net worth and are looking to invest, open an office in Canada and/or qualify as an Investor, Self employed or Entrepreneur.


2. You have downloaded all the forms, read the guidelines and operating manuals, but are still unclear about certain rules or wonder, if your situation will meet the eligibility criteria.


3. You have been previously deported by Canada or any other country and now you are thinking of applying to enter Canada or any other country. (For Canada you may need to apply for an ARC and a waiver for US.)


4. You have already submitted your PR application, you have been waiting for a long time and there is no response from the Visa Office and you are wondering what is happening to your request ?


5. Your Canadian application deserves Humanitarian and Compassionate consideration.


6. You want to self evaluate first by understanding the differences in the immigration systems of US & Canada


7. Your application for temporary/permanent visa to Canada was refused or you think the Visa Officer did not treat your application right and you think you should re apply or appeal.


8. You have identified a province where a PNP program interests you.


9. You want to prepare for the emerging occupation trends in Canada and understand licenses and upgrading needed (in my province-Alberta) before you can flourish in your chosen occupation. Plan to decide where you want to live after you immigrate to Canada.


10. You applied for temporary/permanent visa to Canada and your application was refused because the Canadian Visa Officer says that you are inadmissible.

Some people are not allowed to come to Canada. They are known as “inadmissible” under Canada’s Immigration and Refugee Protection Act(IRPA).There are a number of reasons you can be found inadmissible, denied a visa or refused entry to Canada under IRPA, such as:



1. Security

2. Human or international violations

3. Health grounds

4. Financial reasons

5. Misrepresentation

6. IRPA non compliance

7. Inadmissible family member

If you or a family member is inadmissible to Canada, it is strongly suggested that you resolve your inadmissibility if possible before applying for permanent residence. For example, if you are inadmissible due to a criminal conviction, you may be eligible to apply for rehabilitation or pardon. Read more detailed explanation of the reasons for inadmissibility. Normally, if you are inadmissible to Canada, you will not be allowed to enter. In some cases, if you have a compelling reason to travel to Canada, you may be issued a Temporary Resident Permit.

Questions ? Schedule a 2 hour consultation with me. Tel +780-707-4831 in Canada.

Family members not declared on visa applications ?

Your child was deemed medically inadmissible due to " mental retardation " ?

Appeal cases of sponsorship involving " excessive demand social services "

Canadian Border Service Agency

Which family members can be sponsored for PR other than spouse, Parent and child ?

  • 1. An adopted child.
  • 2. Your brother or sister, nephew or niece, grandson or granddaughter, if he or she is an orphan, under 18 years of age and not married or in a common-law relationship;
  • 3. Any other person, regardless of age, with whom you have a family relationship if you do not have a spouse, common-law partner, conjugal partner, son, daughter, mother, father, brother, sister, grandfather, grandmother, uncle, aunt, niece or nephew who is a Canadian citizen, a permanent resident or whom you may sponsor as a member of the family class.

Immigration and Entrepreneurs

US Citizenship and Immigration Service

Edmonton School Board-International Admissions for Minors

Now accepting applications from Professionals for direct Immigration with family

Gathering Wealth and Riches ?

  1. Those who are determined to be rich fall into temptation- Timothy 6:9.Whoever loves money never has enough-Ecclesiastes 5:10.
  1. Colossians 3:23 Whatever you do, work at it with all your heart as working for the Lord, not for men.
  1. Bhagwad Gita 5:10 One who does all work as an offering to God-abandoning selfish attachment to results-remains untouched by Karmic reaction or sin as a lotus leaf never gets wet by water.

  2. Any Punjabi Speaker reading this ?
    ਸਚੁ ਵਾਪਾਰੁ ਕਰਹੁ ਵਾਪਾਰੀ
    सचु वापारु करहु वापारी ॥
    ਦਰਗਹ ਨਿਬਹੈ ਖੇਪ ਤੁਮਾਰੀ
    दरगह निबहै खेप तुमारी ॥
 Amarjot Singh Immigrationwale


ਸਚੁ ਵਾਪਾਰੁ ਕਰਹੁ ਵਾਪਾਰੀ ॥ सचु वापारु करहु वापारी ॥
ਦਰਗਹ ਨਿਬਹੈ ਖੇਪ ਤੁਮਾਰੀ ॥ दरगह निबहै खेप तुमारी ॥

    
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