Spousal Sponsorship Canada

Spousal sponsorship allows Canadian citizens and permanent residents to sponsor their partner so that they can come to Canada and live here permanently. In Canada, we value the importance of family being together which is why spousal sponsorship applications are a top priority.  Here is what you need to know about spousal sponsorship and eligibility…

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civil law

Civil cases involve those where one or both parties are trying to get some form of compensation from the other. This differs from criminal cases in which the Crown is bringing a charge against the accused. In civil cases, the Crown is not the prosecutor but rather both parties represent themselves with the help of…

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Express Entry

Starting this November 2022, the Government of Canada will begin using the 2021 National Occupation Classification (NOC) system. The new NOC system is going to change the way immigration officials evaluate work experience. With the new system there will be an additional 16 occupations that will now be eligible for Express Entry while three that…

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Criminal Law

Being falsely accused of a crime may just be one of the most stressful experiences that an accused individual can face. Regardless of whether you committed the offense, it is important to know how you can defend yourself.  In this blog, we will discuss what you can do if you are ever falsely accused of…

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employment law

If your company is growing, or you need to hire someone new to replace an employee who has left, you will be extending offers of employment and employment contracts to your new employees. It’s very important to make sure the employment agreement is solid and illustrates exactly what you are expecting from your employees.  Here…

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Family Lawyer

 If you are thinking about leaving your spouse – or if your spouse has left you – then you may be wondering about the difference between separation and divorce. In many cases, there will be a separation first followed by a divorce – although separation in itself doesn’t necessarily mean that a divorce will follow.…

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