At Team Law Group, we believe having a team of lawyers is better than going solo. Our lawyers and employees are committed to supporting all clients and we trust in providing reliable, affordable and high-quality legal services.
For years, our clients have been with our company as our service and dedication and willingness to expand has helped to get us loyalty, confidence, and support from many families, businesses etc.
Our referred lawyers and attorney’s comply routinely with high-value and/or complex cases and have qualified professionals in all areas to guarantee that you receive reliable and effective legal services.
We have years of professional experience and involvement in providing qualified immigration legal assistance in all aspects of immigration law, temporary residency, permanent resident and citizenship, etc.
Canada Immigration Pilot Programs aim to bring unskilled, semi-skilled, and skilled foreigners in to address these shortages by creating a path to permanent residence for those who want to live and work permanently in Canada.
Each year more than 200,00 people successfully become Permanent residents. The system of gaining permanent residency is complicated. It is also in a state of rapid transition due to a number of international policy measures and regulatory changes.
If you've been a permanent resident for long enough, you will be eligible to apply for Canadian citizenship. We will assist you with your application for citizenship and lead you through the process. If you feel you may be a Canadian citizen if one of your guardians or grandparents was a citizen at the time you were born, we can help you decide if you had obtained citizenship by birth.
Preet is very good she took her time to listen when I went to her office she is willing to help with my immigration worries.
Just Started process and find them accommodating, polite and informative. It will be a pleasure working with them.
We can’t tell you exactly how long it will take to process your application. Each application is different and takes a different amount of time to process.
We can give you an estimate, based on your application type.
No. Marrying a Canadian citizen doesn’t give you citizenship.
If you want to become a Canadian citizen, you must follow the same steps as everyone else. There isn’t a special process for spouses of Canadian citizens.
Anyone who plans to visit Canada must apply from outside of Canada before they travel.
What your friend or family member needs depends on:
The type of travel document they will travel with;
The country that issued their travel document;
Their nationality; and how they will travel to Canada.
Yes. Your employer may need to apply for a new Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA),
which is a document from Employment and Social Development Canada that says the employer is allowed to hire you.
If you are exempt from the LMIA process, your employer will need to pay the employer compliance fee and submit a new offer of employment.
You can then apply for a work permit.
IRCC use police certificates to find out if you have a criminal record. They help immigration officers make sure you are not a security risk to Canada.
Depending on the circumstances, offences committed, nature of the offence in certain cases you can apply for a rehabilitation or authorization to come to Canada.