Immigration Law

Travelling with Children outside of Canada

Document Requirements Summer holidays are fast approaching for children and if you are planning for your child to travel with only one parent, a trusted friend or a relative, it is important to be prepared with appropriate documentation to avoid delays at the border. The Canadian Border Services Agency (CBSA) states on their website: Border […]

Express Entry – Facts and Tips

The Basics In January 2015, Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) introduced Express Entry (EE), a new electronic system to manage and select candidates with an eligible EE profile under key economic immigration programs: Federal Skilled Worker Program (FSWP) Federal Skilled Trades Program (FSTP) Canadian Experience Class (CEC) Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) (a select portion only) […]

New rules for federal live-in caregivers program

Ottawa has officially changed its decades-old live-in caregivers program to a two-stream program that will restrict the number of foreign nannies or caregivers it will accept. Under the program, which comes into effect Sunday, caregivers will no longer have universal access to permanent residence status after working in Canada for two years. They must now […]

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FREE PARKING Behind office building Drive down Lomond from Aberfoyle. Just before the “dead end” where the TTC Parking Lot begins, turn LEFT and speak with the Parking Attendant. Tell him you’re here for an appointment with Sikand Immigration Law and you will be given FREE parking.

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56 Aberfoyle Crescent Suite 840 Toronto, Ontario M8X 2W4 (at Islington subway station)

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Tel: 647-875-2114

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