Seligman Law

Services

Legal Services.

Areas of Practice

For anyone seeking to work or immigrate to Canada choosing the right immigration law firm is an extremely important step. Since 1985, Seligman Law has assisted thousands of clients in successfully obtaining various types of visas and becoming successfully established in Canada. The rules and regulations governing immigration to Canada are complex and changed frequently. Therefore, a professional immigration lawyer plays an important role in presenting successful applications. By using their knowledge and experience, the Seligman Law team is able to support their clients in successfully reaching their goals with respect to Canadian citizenship and immigration outcomes.

 

Permanent Residence

  • Spousal & Family Sponsorship
  • Parents & Grandparent Sponsorships
  • Express Entry
  • Canadian Experience Class
  • Federal Skilled Worker
  • Federal Skilled Trade Class
  • Provincial Nominee Programs
  • Business Applications
  • Start Up Visas
  • Investor Visas
  • Self Employed Persons
  • Humanitarian & Compassionate Applications

Temporary visas

  • Work Permits
  • LMIAs
  • Global Skills Strategy
  • LMBPs
  • Intra Company Transfers
  • LMIA Exempt Work Permits
  • Religious Workers and Clergy
  • NAFTA, GATS, CETA, TPP, IEC
  • Compliance IMP & TFWP
  • Business Visitors
  • Student Visas
  • Temporary Resident Visas & Visitors Records
  • Super Visas
  • Temporary Resident Permits
  • Electronic Travel Authorization
  • Assisting with Human Resource Strategies

APPEALS & REMOVALS

  • Authorization to Return (ARC)
  • Criminal Rehabilitation
  • Deportation / Removal
  • Detention Reviews
  • Admissibility Hearings
  • Federal Court
  • Immigration Appeal Division
  • Immigration Division
  • Misrepresentation
  • Criminal Inadmissibility
  • Pre-removal Risk Assessment
  • Port of Entry Issues

Canadian citizenship

  • Citizenship Applications
  • Citizenship Refusals
  • Citizenship Revocation
  • Citizenship Resumption
  • Obtaining Permanent Residence Cards
  • Maintaining Permanent Resident Status
  • Renunciation of Permanent Resident Status