Citizenship and Immigration law involves various complex procedures, and a refusal of an application for a permanent residence status, temporary resident status, citizenship or even a refugee claim is not an end of your options. You may have a right to appeal the decision to the Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada or seek a judicial review of the decision from the Federal Court of Canada or the Supreme or Superior Court of the Province.

We have several years of experience and proven track record of successfully litigating the negative decisions of immigration officers and immigration tribunals. If your any immigration or citizenship application or appeal before the Immigration and Refugee Board is refused, or you are subject to any inadmissibility proceedings, you may contact our office for assistance.