Arvin

Arvin is a lawyer at Auxilium Law Professional Corporation and frequently rights articles about Immigration and Refugee Law.

Canadian Citizenship Lawyer

Canadian Citizenship Lawyer: Effectively navigating the Path to Citizenship

Gaining citizenship in a new country is a pivotal life event, but the journey can be intricate. That’s where a Canadian citizenship lawyer becomes invaluable. In this guide, we’ll explore the benefits of legal assistance for your citizenship application and highlight why Auxilium Law PC is a top choice for navigating the Canadian immigration process. Why Seek a Canadian Citizenship Lawyer? What Services Do Canadian Citizenship Lawyers Provide? Why Auxilium Law PC is the Best Choice for Your Citizenship Journey […]

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The Refugee Toolkit 5 Important Tips for writing a Basis of Claim Form

The Refugee Toolkit: 5 Important Tips for writing a Basis of Claim Form

Whether you are claiming refugee protection at a port of entry following your eligibility interview with the Canada Border Services agency (CBSA) or claiming refugee protection inside of Canada with Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC), you will need to complete and submit a basis of claim at some point in your refugee proceeding. When writing a Basis of Claim form (BOC) for a refugee claim in Canada, it’s essential to present a clear, concise, and truthful account of your

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Letter of Acceptance Study permit Canada Auxilium Law

Study permit: letter of acceptance from a Canadian DLI

To pursue studies in Canada, a letter of acceptance from a designated learning institution (DLI) is required. The letter of acceptance confirms that your acceptance to study at a Canadian school. It is required when you apply for your study permit. This article will outline the necessary steps to acquire a letter of acceptance from a Designated Learning Institution (DLI) in Canada. Research DLIs in Canada Start by researching all of the designated learning institutions in Canada that offer the

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Canada expands work permit eligibility for accompanying family members of workers

Canada is expanding work permit eligibility for accompanying family members of workers to Canada. Starting in January 2023 a 2-year measure will allows spouses and working-age children (dependents) of temporary foreign workers to apply for a work permit irrespective of the skill level. How will the work permit eligibility for accompanying family members of workers be expanded? The temporary measure will be implemented in 3 phases to ensure its successful implementation: For more information on the work permit eligibility for accompanying family

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Humanitarian and Compassionate considerations applications 5 tips

5 useful Tips when preparing a Humanitarian and Compassionate Considerations Application from within Canada

This article is meant to assist individuals in understanding some of the issues and challenges that Applicants face when trying to prepare an application for permanent residence under Humanitarian and Compassionate Considerations (H&C Application). It is not to be construed as legal advice. What is a Humanitarian and Compassionate Considerations Applications? A Humanitarian and Compassionate Considerations Application from within Canada is an application for permanent residence for foreign nationals within Canada who do not have any other pathway for permanent

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Atlantic Immigration Program

The Atlantic Immigration Program, A brief overview of the Program

What is the Atlantic Immigration Program? The Atlantic Immigration Program provides a pathway toward permanent residence to skilled foreign workers and international graduates students from a Canadian institution who want to reside in New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island or Newfoundland and Labrador (Canada’s 4 Atlantic provinces). The program was changed to the Atlantic Immigration Program this year (2022), it was formerly known as the Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program. The new program will be accepting applicants in March 2022.

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RNIP program

The RNIP Program a Great option for PR – Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot Program

What is RNIP program in Canada? The RNIP program promotes Rural Immigration in Canada. The RNIP – Rural Northern Immigration Pilot is a program put in place by the government of Canada to facilitate immigration to smaller communities by creating a path for permanent residence for skilled foreign workers who want to live in one of the communities participating in the program. At the time of writing this article the following communities are participating in the program: North Bay, Ontario

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Sponsorship Lawyer Toronto

Advantages of Having An Immigration Sponsorship lawyer

What is a sponsorship? Within the immigration context a sponsorship application refers to a permanent resident or citizen who supports an application for permanent residence of a relative. In Canada the most common type of application submitted is an application for permanent residence under the spouse or common-law partner in Canada Class or an application for permanent residence under the family class. Who can be sponsored? The following individuals might be able to be sponsored although in some cases they

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Canadian Refugee Protection portal

Canada launches its Canadian Refugee Protection Portal with mixed reception

UPDATE 2023-11-02 – The government has updated its portal, claimants must now apply via the Canadian Refugee Protection Portal. The information below might no longer applicable. For more information see this guide from IRCC. The Canadian Refugee Protection portal is now the default method for inland refugee claims to be initiated. As of October 6, 2021, refugee claimants inside of Canada who wish to initiate a claim will need to submit an application through the Canadian Refugee Protection Portal. The

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permanent residence for in-Canada families of Canadian victims of recent air disasters

permanent residence for in-Canada families of Canadian victims of recent air disasters

The Canadian Government launched a Temporary public policy to facilitate permanent residence for in-Canada families of Canadian victims of recent air disasters which came into force on May 12, 2021, and will end on May 11, 2022.  The Government of Canada has launched this pathway to support the families of the victims of Ukraine International Airlines flight 752 (PS752) and Ethiopian Airlines flight 302 (ET302) disasters. Who is eligible for permanent residence for in-Canada families of Canadian victims of recent air

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