From those waiting to arrive in Canada to those pending to obtain permanent resident status, we represent immigrants throughout their journey into Canada.
Lexwit Law specializes in all legal matters regarding immigration. With Canada generating record-breaking immigration levels, it is essential newcomers are represented with complete diligence. Immigrating to a new country can be overwhelming, hence why our team is dedicated to providing the proper legal assistance to aid newcomers in their new journey into Canada.
We represent all forms of immigration, from those waiting to arrive in Canada to those pending to obtain permanent resident status. We handle the filing, preparation and application of your immigration documents in a very detailed and effective manner.
Our team will be able to guide you through the entire process. We are equipped to handle important documents and applications relating to judicial review and Procedural Fairness Letters. These applications can be complicated, as the whole process from filing to submitting is specific. One small detail can be the deciding factor in your entry into Canada. When filing these applications, we ensure your documents are thorough, detailed, and formatted according to IRCC standards.
At Lexwit Law, we understand immigrants’ inevitable struggles and barriers when moving to Canada. Therefore, we believe in helping families overcome local and international obstacles through integrity and comprehensive legal representation.
The process for applying for Canadian citizenship involves meeting certain eligibility requirements, submitting an application, and passing a citizenship test. It’s important to work with an immigration lawyer who can guide you through the process.
A spousal sponsorship is a process by which a Canadian citizen or permanent resident can sponsor their spouse to immigrate to Canada. The sponsor must meet certain eligibility requirements, and the spouse must pass a medical exam and criminal background check.
Overstaying a visa in Canada can result in being barred from re-entering the country, fines, and even deportation.