Robin Seligman is one of only very few lawyers in Ontario Certified as a Specialist in Citizenship and Immigration law by the Law Society of Upper Canada. She provides comprehensive and exclusive services in this field with a broad clientele including companies and individuals.
Robin Seligman has clients from all over the world ranging from multinational corporations, to individuals inside and outside Canada. She assists them with the movement of key personnel to Canada and facilitating the entry of skilled workers, obtaining status for those in Canada without status as well as stopping removals for those being deported including failed refugee claimants.
Robin Seligman has developed a reputation among her clients, other lawyers and Government staff and senior personnel for her knowledge, diligence, understanding of the law and hard work and commitment.
Why Retain Robin Seligman
For anyone seeking to work or immigrate to Canada choosing the right immigration law firm is an extremely important step. Over the years, Robin Seligman has assisted thousands of clients in obtaining various types of visas and becoming successfully established in Canada.
The rules and regulations governing immigration to Canada are complex and updated frequently. Therefore a professional immigration lawyer plays an important role in presenting successful applications. By using her knowledge and experience to assist clients Robin is able to support her clients in increasing the possibility of acceptance, avoiding unnecessary lengthy delays, and going through a speedy immigration process where clients can quickly and economically immigrate or work in Canada.
Deciding to work or immigrate to Canada is a very important decision and with attention to detail and with an understanding of how important the immigration process is to your future, Robin Seligman would be honored to represent you.
Conservative reaction to refugee crisis appears insincere: Seligman
Toronto immigration lawyer Robin Seligman says the federal government’s reaction thus far to the Syrian refugee crisis appears to be strictly political.
Seligman, a certified specialist in citizenship and immigration, says a recent opinion piece in the Toronto Star — entitled, “Will the photo of Aylan Kurdi change anything?” — accurately sums up concerns that have been building within the immigration and refugee bar for quite some time.
New rules around foreign caregivers concerning
The effective cancellation of the federal Live-in Caregiver Program makes it more time consuming and less appealing for foreign caregivers to come to Canada, says Toronto immigration lawyer Robin Seligman. The National Post reports that new rules governing the caregiver immigration program removes the requirement that caregivers live with the families that hire them. It also requires the usual paperwork, but with an additional $1,000 fee for a Labour Market Opinion to prove the job had been widely advertised and no qualified Canadians could fill it.