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Immigration Lawyer Toronto

Ronen Kurzfeld – Over 15 Years’ Combined Experience

Immigration law involves complex aspects that require specialized attention to make sure that the legal matters are handled in an appropriate manner. The Toronto Immigration Lawyers at the Immigration Law Office of Ronen Kurzfeld can assist you. From inquiries regarding visa application or a permanent resident card, numerous problems can appear that have the potential to endanger the naturalization or citizenship status of an immigrant in Canada.

Need immigration help in Toronto?
Contact Immigration Law Office of Ronen Kurzfeld today for an in-office consultation.

­We have more than 15 years’ experience combined behind us, and we utilize this know-how to benefit you – our clients. As a dedicated immigration law firm, we’ve been granted entry to a vast amount of resources that not every business knows exists. These resources are difficult to acquire, but it’s required so we can provide specialized attention to each client that we represent, no matter the complexity of the case.

Why Choose Our Services:

  • 15+ Years’ of Combined Experience
  • Highly Rated Immigration Lawyers
  • Personalized Service

With our extensive knowledge and notable background, we are able to devise stronger defence strategies for our clientele. When you have an immigration lawyer in Toronto area that you trust on your side, it makes a significant difference in your case. When you’re facing an immigration problem, we will ensure you have peace of mind and are confident that you are getting the best defence possible.

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We speak several languages allowing us to assist clients from various cultural backgrounds and nationalities. Whether you speak English, French, Hebrew, or Tagalog, our team can speak directly to you. If you live in Toronto, and you or someone you know are facing a pressing immigration problem, then the Immigration Law Office of Ronen Kurzfeld is ready to take your call.

Cases We Handle: Immigration Law Practice Areas

The Immigration Law Office of Ronen Kurzfeld has a tremendous amount of experience in every area of immigration law, such as student visas, permanent resident cards, sponsorship, and business visa immigration. There are numerous reasons why someone would choose to come to Canada, one reason being to seek asylum.  If you are experiencing prosecution in your home country, either politically, physically or emotionally, you may flee to Canada for your own safety. If you are dealing with this type of situation, our team is here to make sure that you aren’t sent back to your home country and will do the best we can to protect you. Whether you have allegedly stayed longer than your visa allows or have been convicted of a crime, allow us to look over your case to see what we can do for you.

How Can Immigration Lawyer Toronto Office of Ronen Kurzfeld Can Help You?

If you are seeking employment in Canada, we are ready to help you with the issues that may arise. If you are facing problems with an accepted visa or if there is a complication regarding an expired visa, you will need an experience immigration lawyer by your side.

A permanent resident card is a good option for those who wish to become a permanent resident in Canada. The process of applying for a permanent resident card can be a difficult task for you to do on your own. To make sure that this process goes without complication, contact us at the Immigration Law Office of Ronen Kurzfeld. For those who don’t just want to retain residency, there is the potential to apply for citizenship — through the process of naturalization.

Our main objective is to assist you with everything we can, so that you have the greatest possibility of securing Canadian citizenship.

Our goal is to supply you with every advantage, so that you have the best possible chance of securing citizenship.

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Our Application Package

Our applications typically include:

  1. A LEGAL SUBMISSION LETTER, which explains why you are a suitable candidate for permanent or temporary status. This letter is carefully drafted and designed to persuade the visa officer to approve the application.
  2. Preparing a complete and perfected APPLICATION PACKAGE that contains all the requirements and necessary information to be reviewed by the authorities.
  3. After submitting your file we MONITOR your application from start to finish. This includes any necessary COMMUNICATIONS with the authorities.
  4. We prepare you for an interview, if one is necessary.
  5. When the visa is ready to be issued, we ensure that you receive it on time and will explain any relevant information to your arrival in Canada.

Immigrating or relocating is an important decision. We have helped thousands of applicants over the years to realize their dream of moving to Canada. The laws change rapidly and it is critical that you employ a professional that has your best interests in mind and MOST importantly, knows how to best strategize and present your case.

Don’t put your future in the wrong hands! Choose a Toronto immigration lawyer from the Immigration Law Office of Ronen Kurzfeld Contact us today!

Helping Immigrants Throughout Toronto and Canada

Ronen Kurzfeld has over 15 years' of experience practicing Canadian immigration law. Our lawyers are passionate about helping clients resolve all types of immigration matters, including student visas, business immigration and sponsorship. Let us help you fight to protect your Canadian dream!

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Beginning a new life in another country is an experience in itself, if not a dream, for many. When one looks at options for immigration, plenty of countries come to mind. Of these, Canada is perhaps one of the most viable choices. With a number of immigration pathways and a community that is more than… Continue Reading

Adjusting to the Canadian life: A guide for new immigrants

The decision of moving to a new country across continents is a big one and comes along with a lot of baggage. As a newcomer in Canada, you will find many significant cultural differences between your own country and the new country where you are about to start a new life. In order to be… Continue Reading

How Canada Immigration Calculates Processing Time?

How Canada Immigration Calculates Processing Time?

Canada has altered the way in which it predicts immigration application processing time to offer the candidates a more accurate picture regarding how long it might take. Applicants who can benefit from it include the ones who apply through The different provincial nomination programs The grandparents and parents sponsorship program The start-up visa program The… Continue Reading

Express Entry: The Step-by-Step Process

Express Entry was launched by the Canadian government in 2015 to make it easier for skilled workers to obtain legal permanent residency status. The Express Entry system takes place online, allowing candidates to fill out profiles with their language skills, age, job experience, education, transferable skills, spousal qualifications, and more. The profiles are assigned points,… Continue Reading

What Happens If My Immigration Application is Denied?

When you receive a letter denying your immigration application, it can be one of the most disappointing times of your life. However, this does not mean that the process is over. You may still be able to appeal the denial of a Canadian immigration application.   Reasons an Application is Denied What happens when an… Continue Reading

How to Maintain PR Status in Canada

Once you’ve moved to Canada and achieved your permanent resident card, it’s vitally important that you maintain your permanent resident status. However, the Canadian government knows you will continue to live your life. You may marry and have children, and will still maintain ties to friends and family who live in a foreign country. This… Continue Reading

What’s the Canada Immigration Policy for International Students?

Canada boasts some of the best universities in the world. Canada’s immigration policy for international students is very welcoming, with over 350,000 foreign students arriving in Canada to study every year. If you intend to complete a program which lasts six months or less, you do not need a Canadian study permit. However, if you… Continue Reading

The Ultimate Canada Visitor Visa Checklist

Are you planning to visit Canada in the near future? If so, you need to be aware of the requirements for obtaining a visitor visa. A visitor visa, also called a temporary resident visa, is an official document stamped in your passport demonstrating that you meet the legal requirements to travel to Canada. This post… Continue Reading

Who Can Sponsor an Immigrant to Canada?

Under the Family Class immigration category, citizens and permanent residents can sponsor their relatives, including foreign spouses, partners, dependent children, parents, or grandparents for immigration to Canada. The Canadian government makes family reunification an important goal, and over the next three years, the country will welcome over 260,000 people who will be reunited with their… Continue Reading

How to Apply as a Nurse in Canada

As the number of seniors continues to rise, healthcare professionals are becoming more and more crucial. This growing number of dependents is putting a stress on the system. As a result, Canada needs nurses. But, what are Canada’s requirements for nurses? Continue Reading

How Many Immigrants Come to Canada Each Year?

Canada is on pace to receive more immigrants than it has in a century, with levels increasing to more than 300,000 in both 2016 and 2017. The Advisory Council on Economic Growth has already recommended Canada increase its immigration intake to 450,000, and now the Conference Board of Canada is exploring the idea in more… Continue Reading

The Ultimate Express Entry Document Checklist

In 2015, Canada launched a new application tool, called Express Entry, to make it easier for skilled workers to obtain legal permanent residence. Express Entry is an online system which allows those who want to immigrate to Canada to fill out a profile listing their age, language skills, job qualifications, education, language abilities and more.… Continue Reading

Why Canadian Experience Class Applications Get Rejected

The Canadian Experience Class is a favourable option for individuals moving toward Canadian permanent status who have work experience in Canada on a temporary work permit. The government of Canada recognize the number of skilled talent that we have in Canada already, so it assigns a specific allotment of places to skilled workers with Canadian… Continue Reading

Why You Should Choose Canada for Higher Education

Do you want to complete your higher education from a foreign university? Are you still asking yourself which country will help you best to complete the education? The right answer to your questions is Canada. Overtime Canada has become the most sought-after country for higher education. The positive attitude of the Canadian government has helped… Continue Reading

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