We were one of the first to successfully challenge the denial of work visas to construction workers from India and recently made a constitutional challenge to the unfair and discriminating provisions of the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act which treat biological and step parents differently.
We have successfully challenged visa refusals in the Federal Court of Canada and Immigration Appeal Division. We are the first law firm in the Province to put a refusal of nomination by the British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program through a hearing in the Supreme Court of British Columbia (status of hearing: pending).
We have successfully defended admissibility hearings before the Immigration Division where our clients faced deportation allegedly for working in contravention of their conditions of entry and stay in Canada. Our involvement in an admissibility hearing file makes the Canada Border Services Agency further review their case against our clients before proceeding to a hearing.