Immigration Lawyer Toronto & #1 Canadian Immigration Lawyer Ronen Kurzfeld
Milton Immigration Lawyer | Ronen Kurzfeld
The practice of immigration law requires specialized experience and knowledge that only a Milton immigration lawyer can provide.
The Milton immigration lawyers at the Immigration Law Office of Ronen Kurzfeld have 15 years’ experience and use this know-how to benefit our clients.
We provide you with no-nonsense advice, flexibility, organization, fast responses and open communication. Our extensive knowledge and expertise allows us to build stronger defence strategies and to submit perfected applications.
We offer a number of services from student visas and humanitarian applications to work permits and business immigration.
In order to work in Canada legally, you must retain a work permit. Typically, you need a job offer in order for that to happen.
But even if you do have a job offer, your employer needs to get Service Canada to approve your Employment Validation.
But there are some exceptions to this approval.
For instance, companies that want to open offices in Canada may transfer staff or companies that want to transfer employees to a Canadian office can do so without receiving confirmation from Service Canada.
The process and exceptions involved in acquiring a work permit are complicated to tackle alone. This is where help from Milton immigration lawyer Ronen Kurzfeld can benefit you. We specialize in every type of work permit and also represent companies that hire foreign staff on a reoccurring basis.
There are three main categories in which you can immigrate to Canada as a business immigrant. The classes are start-up visa, self-employed and the Immigration Investor Venture Capital Pilot Program (IIVC).
All three classes of business applications involve extensive documentation that can be made easier with the assistance of the Immigration Law Office of Ronen Kurzfeld.
The start-up visa program was put into place to attract entrepreneurs who can build successful companies that will make new jobs for Canadians. In most cases, support from angel investors or a venture capital firm is required.
In order to qualify under the self-employed class, the applicant must have the ability and the intention to create his or her own employment opportunity and make a significant improvement to the artistic, cultural or athletic life of Canada, or to create his or her own employment by buying and managing a farm in Canada.
The IIVC Pilot program has specific selection criteria that must be met, which includes the following:
- Must make a $2-million non-guaranteed investment in the Immigrant Investor Venture Capital Fund for roughly 15 years;
- Must have a legally obtained net worth of minimum $10 million, which has to be acquired through lawful, profit-making investment and business activities.
- Must meet or exceed CLB 5 in English or French in reading, listening, speaking and writing abilities, as proven by a designated language test; and
- Must have completed a Canadian post-secondary credential of minimum one year.
Are you looking to start your new business or new life in Canada? Contact the Milton immigration lawyers at the Immigration Law Office of Ronen Kurzfeld to help you dream become a reality.
Remaining in Canada is not very easy as you need to a have legal status. Yet, things get easier when we dealt with Sir Ronen as we believe and trust on his immigration expertise. We indeed rely with him and his team and they are very helpful when it comes to paperwork. I still remain with my husband and my daughter here in Canada as i always get extension because of their team effort. Thank you so much and i would surely recommend Sir Ronen to anyone who wants to enter or remain in Canada.
- Cynthia Tajunio