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At Kurzfeld Law, we understand that the immigration process can be daunting and overwhelming for many individuals. When it comes to immigration applications and appeals, there are numerous factors to consider. Our dedicated team of immigration lawyers in Toronto is committed to assisting our clients in achieving their life-changing immigration goals. We prioritize the effective handling of legal issues at our immigration law firm. Whether you encounter difficulties with spousal sponsorships, express entry, Canadian citizenship, student visas, or other immigration matters, our highly skilled Toronto immigration lawyers at Kurzfeld Law are here to provide exceptional services. With years of expertise in the field and a remarkable success rate, we take pride in being recognized as one of the industry’s leading

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Why an
Immigration Lawyer?

While hiring an immigration lawyer is not mandatory, it is important to acknowledge that the immigration procedure is more intricate than it may initially appear. Embarking on this extensive process alone is not recommended. The Canadian Immigration process is known for its complexity, and seeking the assistance of professionals is the wisest course of action to streamline your application and minimize difficulties. It is far more efficient to get things right from the outset rather than attempting to rectify errors later on. By engaging our services at immigration law firm Toronto, our immigration lawyers in Toronto ensure that the clients benefit from our professional expertise and experience.

The Immigration and Refugee Protection Act allows individuals to apply on humanitarian and compassionate grounds. In addition, the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act allows the Minister of Citizenship and Immigration to grant permanent resident status if the Minister is of the opinion that it is justified by humanitarian and compassionate considerations, taking into account the best interests of a child directly affected, or by public policy considerations.

Foreign nationals in Canada looking for a special permit to become Canadian permanent residents can submit a Humanitarian & Compassionate (H&C) application.

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Applications for Humanitarian and Compassion are judged according to how well-established the applicant is in Canada and how much adversity they faced if they had to submit their request from abroad.

Factors that can influence success are as follows:

  • Duration of stay in Canada
  • Canada-based family
  • Children in Canada
  • Job in Canada
  • Canadian establishment
  • Additional compelling reasons

In contrast to pending refugee claims, a pending application for humanitarian and compassionate consideration does not bar Citizenship and Immigration Canada from expelling the applicant from Canada before the case has been reviewed.

An application for humanitarian and compassionate consideration is assessed by considering your circumstances and comparing them against whether you should be given this unusual treatment under Canadian immigration law. These factors consist of the following:

  • Bringing families together
  • Best interests of any involved children
  • Availability of medical or health care
  • Adverse country circumstances
  • Your location in Canada, including your finances, business assets, your involvement in and support from the community, as well as any prior employment

To determine whether filing a Humanitarian & Compassionate (H&C) application is worthwhile of your time and effort, Ronen Kurzfeld, our Immigration Lawyer based in Toronto, is qualified to examine your case accurately. Creating submissions for immigration officers to review can require hours of work and hundreds of pages of supporting paperwork for these applications. To find out if you qualify for the Humanitarian and Compassionate Grounds programme and to apply for permanent residence in Canada, please get in touch with us.

Foreign professionals with a high level of expertise can apply for permanent residency in Canada using the Express Entry system. The Federal Skilled Worker Category, the Federal Skilled Trades Category, the Canadian Experience Class, and the Provincial Nominee Programs are among the application categories that Express Entry covers. Qualified overseas applicants must first declare their interest in applying under one of these categories by registering with Express Entry. Then they must wait to find out if they have been asked to apply for permanent residence.

You do not need to receive a job offer from Canada to apply through Express Entry. Instead, your qualifications will be evaluated based on how well you can financially establish yourself in this country, including your education, work experience, proficiency in English or French, and other characteristics.

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The Canada Express Entry process uses a points-based system to classify applicants seeking permanent residency in Canada based on a Comprehensive Ranking System or CRS. They are awarded points based on their qualifications, prior work history, employment status in Canada, and provincial or territorial nomination. A higher score increases the likelihood of receiving an invitation to apply (ITA) for Canadian permanent residence.

For serious candidates seeking immigration to Canada, Kurzfeld Law is the go-to immigration law firm with the best immigration lawyers in Toronto. We make sure you take the appropriate action at every step with our extensive approach and end-to-end support, such as;

  • Qualification and Education Evaluation
  • Personalized Document Checklists and necessary document templates
  • Guidance on essential documentation needs
  • Submitting an online form to construct a profile for an invitation
  • Guidance for IELTS
  • Templates for reference letters
  • Templates for Self Declarations

Any foreigner can visit Canada with a Tourist Visa. In addition, Canada offers two different types of Canada visas: Single entry and Multiple entries.

Foreign nationals are only permitted one entry into Canada on a single-entry visa. While with the multiple entry visa, a visitor may enter Canada for as long as the visa is in effect. Its possessor may enter and exit the country as often as they like. There is no requirement that you choose the type of tourist visa you want to apply for; all applicants are automatically considered for multiple-entry visas, and single-entry visas are only granted in exceptional cases.

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Those who require a tourist visa to enter Canada can apply online, on paper, or in person at a visa application centre. When travelling as a family, every member of the group—including kids under 18—must submit a separate application. It is possible to submit all of the applications at once, though. Depending on their nation of citizenship, applicants for Canada visas might have to submit biometric data. Our Canadian immigration lawyers ensure that your application has the best possibility of being accepted.

Our cost strategy is the best and the most reasonable one in the market with exceptional services and guidance. Over the years, our hassle-free procedure has already helped many thousands of tourists.

The Canadian government has implemented Spousal Sponsorship Programs in an effort to support families in staying together. If you want to bring your spouse or partner to Canada permanently, this is a great choice.

A common-law partner is a person living with another person who may or may not be of the same sex as the common-law partner in a conjugal relationship (a marriage-like arrangement without being married). You must provide proof to establish a common-law connection, a conjugal relationship, or cohabitation.

A well-established programme in Canada that permits spouses and companions to come there is known as Spousal Sponsorship. The sponsor might be a Canadian citizen, a permanent resident, or a foreigner. The government granted this benefit in order to raise Canada’s family immigration quota.

Parents and grandparents who are sponsored will be granted permanent resident status, enabling them to remain in Canada permanently, work or study, and have access to social services like medical care.

The two-step procedure of submitting a parental sponsorship application entails the Canadian requesting to be accepted as a sponsor.

Are you unsure whether you qualify to sponsor your spouse for a spouse visa? Worry not; your licenced immigration lawyers in Toronto atKurzfeld law firm are here to assist you. We have helped many families and assisted them through each step of the family Spousal Sponsorship process.

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For people looking to work overseas, Canada, one of the most developed economies in the world, is a terrific choice. Business people, temporary workers, permanent workers, students, and other workers are all permitted to work in Canada with the Canadian Work Permit Visa. However, most people require a job offer to obtain a work permit. If you’ve been offered a job, your Canadian employer will likely need to apply for Employment Validation approval with Service Canada. To help you with immigration matters, contact our professional immigration lawyers, who handle all your immigration matters proficiently.

The Canadian government issues two work permits: open work permits and employer-specific permits. You can work for any employer with an open work permit. Candidates do not need to submit a Labor Market Impact Assessment (LMIA) or an offer letter from an employer who has paid the compliance fee since this visa is not job-specific.

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You can work for any employer in Canada with an open work visa, except for those engaged in escorting clients, providing sexual massages, or performing exotic dances or services that are illegal under Canadian labour laws.

You can apply for a Canadian Work Permit Visa and find comprehensive career options abroad with the help of Kurzfeld Law firm’s Licensed Immigration Lawyers based in Toronto.

You can fill out the contact form or reach out to us directly by calling 647-249-7976 and get expert advice from our immigration lawyers on your work options in Canada.

To apply to the numerous fast-tracked business immigration programmes, the Canadian government is always looking for investors, business managers, and entrepreneurs of all sizes interested in settling in Canada and seeking new chances. With Canada’s rapidly expanding and diversified economy, your knowledge and business acumen are priceless assets that can help you invest in your future.

A worldwide mobile workforce is crucial in changing legislation and norms that vary from nation to nation, but doing so can be difficult and time-consuming. Nevertheless, efficiency and agility in relocating top people might more than ever mean the difference between firms that flourish in the current global economy and those that flounder.

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The lawyers and immigration experts team specialize in US and Canadian immigration law. However, we draw on information from multiple countries to simplify immigration regulations and assist you in navigating the procedures and laws that influence your ability to succeed in the global workforce.

We are uniquely qualified to offer insight into the tax and immigration risks, from short-term business travel to longer-term relocation, due to the extensive network of human resources, immigration, and tax experts established by a team of experienced immigration lawyers led by Ronen Kurfled at Kurzfeld law.

Universities in Canada attract students from all over the world to enrol in various courses. Each Canadian university is distinguished by its advanced curriculum, expansive campuses, and robust infrastructure. The Canadian immigration authorities can grant international students the right to study in Canada by issuing a study permit. With legitimate study permission, international students can enroll in courses in Canada. Enrolling in Designated Learning Institutions is another benefit for students who receive a study permit. A school given the go-ahead from a province or territorial government to accept international students is known as a Designated Learning Institution (DLI).

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Students who engage with immigration experts at Kurzfeld Law have a greater probability of being accepted to Canadian universities and are assisted in obtaining student visas for the country. In addition, we help students in choosing and applying to the appropriate college and programme that can act as a springboard for their global career.

You may rely on immigration consultants of the Kurzfeld Law firm to assist you in creating a thorough study permit application that anticipates and alleviates the visa officer’s concerns. In addition, you can always contact us for a counselling session with our lawyer, and we can guide you on how to go about the visa application process at a reasonable immigration consultation fee.

When a candidate receives an invitation to apply to the Federal Skilled Trades category under the Express Entry system, Citizenship and Immigration Canada uses the following criteria to assess the application:

The candidate must meet the required levels in English or French for each language ability (speaking, reading, writing and listening).

The candidate must have at least two years of full-time work experience (or an equal amount of part-time work experience) in a skilled trade within the five years before you apply.

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The candidate must meet the job requirements for that skilled trade as set out in the National Occupational Classification (NOC), except for needing a certificate of qualification

The candidate must have an offer of full-time employment for a total period of at least one year or a certificate of qualification in that skilled trade issued by a Canadian provincial or territorial authority.

Our office has extensive experience with the Federal Skilled Trades category and assisting clients with obtaining trade certificates from the relevant authority. Get in touch with us to know more.

Citizenship and Immigration Canada uses a point system to assess the eligibility of people who want to immigrate to Canada as skilled workers.

Applicants must obtain at least 67 points to qualify.

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Points are awarded based on 6 factors:

  • Education (maximum 25 points)
  • Language ability in English and French (maximum 24 points)
  • Work experience (maximum 21 points)
  • Age (maximum 10 points)
  • Arranged employment (maximum 10 points)
  • Adaptability (Maximum 10 points)

People who obtain at least 67 points then need to meet certain admissibility criteria:

Medical Inadmissibility:

  • Applicants and their immediate and accompanying family members will have to take a medical examination before coming to Canada.

Only a designated medical practitioner can conduct the medical examinations. The examinations are only valid for 12 months.

Criminal/Security Inadmissibility:

  • Each applicant over the age of 18 must provide police clearances for all countries and states in which he or she has resided for more than 6 months. If you have criminal convictions or charges pending, contact us to find out whether you are criminally inadmissible.

Settlement Funds:

  • Applicants must prove they have sufficient funds in their possession prior to immigrating to Canada. You do not have to show that you have these funds if you have arranged employment in Canada.

You can fill out the contact form or reach out to us directly by calling 647-249-7976 and get our expert advice. 

Areas We Excel In

Permanent Residence

Our experienced immigration lawyers are skilled and experts in various cases including Canadian Permanent Residence programs such as Provincial Nominee Program, Express Entry: Canadian Experience Class, and Federal Skilled Trades Program. Improve your chances of getting permanent residence in Canada and make this country your home with Kurzfeld Law.

Temporary Residence

Skilled and experts in various Canadian Temporary Residence Programs, Kurzfeld Law assists you with Temporary Resident Permit, Work Permits, Study Permits, LMIA, Visitor Visa, eTA, and Super Visa. Improve your chances of getting temporary residence in Canada and make the most of you time in this country.

Canadian Citizenship

Acquiring citizenship is one of the primary goals for every immigrant in Canada. We can help you determine your eligibility for your citizenship; assist in filling the citizenship and passport application and can guide to successfully obtain your Canadian Citizenship. We also offer assistance with revocation and refusals of your passport and Citizenship. Exciting opportunities await you.

Family Sponsorships

Our firm specializes in assisting Canadian citizens and permanent residents in their spousal, common-law, parental, child, undeclared family members sponsorship process. We offer a full range of services with unparalleled expertise and guidance to make the process as convenient as possible.

Who are we?

Kurzfeld Law is a full-service law firm consisting of the best immigration lawyers in Toronto. We are a licensed firm with our main office in Toronto, Ontario, providing unmatched counsel for continuously fair immigration lawyer consultation fees and payment terms. We always aim to provide the best legal services to all of our clients. We make sure to give each and every one of our clients’ individual attention. We keep all of our clients updated about the visa application process. We boast of being a law firm that its clients trust, and this is why we pride ourselves in our remarkable results. We make sure that the entire process is handled the right way for each and every client.

With over 20 years of experience, our firm has solidified its reputation by tenaciously upholding our clients’ rights and employing knowledge gained from years of experience. From Express Entry to Business Applications and Enforcement, we have always been client-centred, dependable, and accessible to address all immigration cases.


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With our 20 years of expertise, we have gained extensive knowledge and experience, and since then, we have been helping and assisting our clients as our family members. In addition, our reputation has facilitated us to have access to a vast array of resources that only some businesses are aware of. Regardless of how complex the case may be, we must have these resources, which are challenging to acquire, to offer individualized solutions to each client we represent.

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We value effective communication, which is why our team at Kurzfeld Law fluently speaks English, French, Hebrew, and Tagalog. Our services extend to clients from America, Canada, South America, Europe, the Middle East, Southeast Asia, India, China, and Australia.

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Kurzfeld Law: Your Trusted Toronto Immigration Lawyer in Canada

At Kurzfeld Law, our Toronto immigration lawyers are dedicated to providing exceptional solutions for all your Canadian immigration requirements. In 20 years of combined experience, our firm has built a stellar reputation for its remarkable impact on immigration applications and cases. With a profound blend of experience and expertise, we vigorously advocate for you before Canadian immigration authorities.

Our team of Toronto immigration lawyers and legal professionals comprehends your unique needs and is committed to finding the most efficient path to fulfill your citizenship and immigration objectives. Whether you aspire to settle in Canada, reunite with your family, make business investments, seek assistance with employee visas, or any other immigration matter, we are here to lend a helping hand.

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Q. Is it necessary to hire a lawyer for the immigration process?

The immigration process can be confusing for many people. Hence hiring a knowledgeable and qualified immigration lawyer in Toronto to represent you in court is always a superior choice. Only they can assist you in deciding which course of action is ideal for your unique case. It is always better to get the application right the first time rather than doing damage control which is what happens in most cases with people who apply by themselves without the help of a professional.

Q. How do I know I am choosing to hire a competent Canadian immigration lawyer?

The best practice is to ensure the lawyer you choose is an active member of the provincial bar association of the region or where you intend to relocate. It is also a good idea to check their years of experience in the field, get more details about their area of expertise and also to go through their client testimonials.

Q. Why do I need to hire a lawyer? Could I choose a less expensive option, like a paralegal?

Yes, but hiring an immigration lawyer is encouraged because they are supervised by provincial law societies and are subject to a code of ethics. If you need representation in court or throughout an appeals process at any stage of your immigration process, only an immigration lawyer can help you and not a paralegal. Also, an immigration lawyer will have far more experience to guide you through the process than a paralegal can.

Q. As hiring a lawyer is quite costly, which services are included in this price?

Depending on the lawyer in Toronto you hire, legal fee agreements may differ from firm to firm. An immigration law firm frequently manages the entire process until the applicant arrives in Canada. It also includes any additional fees related to the immigration process, such as those for phone calls, preparation, and the creation of application materials.

Q. My lawyer has helped me assess my eligibility for permanent residence immigration in Canada. Now, if I go ahead and apply without his or her help, could I be certain of a successful outcome?

There is never a certainty that your application will be accepted. Because the immigration authorities do not explicitly explain the procedure to be followed, many applicants submit their files inaccurately, which inevitably results in denial. To ensure a successful application, it is advised to choose a qualified immigration lawyer. It is always advisable to get the help of a professional at the start of your application process rather than trying to fix the damage done by a wrong application.

Q. If I decide to hire a lawyer, what will happen at the consultation?

You need individualized assistance to fully comprehend your alternatives because laws and procedures constantly change. Hence your needs, situation, and immigration objectives will be the first things we discuss to understand you better. After that, we go over every procedure step thoroughly to aid you. The goal of an immigration lawyer is to help you through the entire application process and to make it as easy and stress-free as possible.

Q. How to hire an immigration lawyer in Toronto?

The first step would be to do your research and find an immigration lawyer that is best suited for you. Go through their websites, look for client testimonials etc, before you decide which immigration lawyer is the best for you. Check out our blog, which has covered all the essential information, such as what questions to ask your lawyer, how much it will cost, and how to check the immigration lawyer's online presence to provide insights.

Q. Why should anyone consider moving to Canada on a permanent basis?

There are several reasons to consider moving to Canada, including the country's high standard of living, universal health care system, well-regarded public school system, multicultural society, and accommodating immigration laws. Canada also boasts a very low crime rate and is ranked as one of the safest places in the world. Canada also provides a fair opportunity for everyone irrespective of gender, finances, race, ethnicity etc...…

Q. What is the difference between a Permanent Resident and a Canadian Citizen?

A permanent resident is someone who has been given permanent resident status in Canada. All permanent residents are citizens of other countries. Canadian citizens have greater rights than permanent residents, as they are responsible for paying their taxes on time. In addition, a PR card holder cannot vote or possess a Canadian passport. Still, Canadian citizens are entitled to all these freedoms, including the ability to engage in political activity and even run for office.

Q. What are some of the basic rights that PR card holders have in Canada?

PR card holders are entitled to many advantages. They can reside, work, or pursue education anywhere in Canada. They are eligible for practically all social benefits, including government health insurance. In addition, they are protected under Canadian legislation, notably the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms. After meeting the requirements, they are even qualified to apply for Canadian citizenship.

Q. Is Canada welcoming towards foreigners?

Generations of foreigners have received a hearty welcome in Canada. Canada is known all over the world for its hospitality and friendly environment. Canada is also a multicultural country known for its tolerance and open-mindedness. According to an official statement from the Canadian government, the country plans to welcome more new permanent residents in 2022 than 2020, which was around 340,000.

Q. Costs of hiring an immigration lawyer in Toronto?

It is always best to hire a professional to help you with your application process. Depending on several variables, including the lawyer's experience and the firm's size, the costs may vary from one lawyer to another. A qualified lawyer will assist you and is well worth the money because they have a lot of analytical and practical knowledge and can help make your application smooth and hassle-free.

Q. Benefits of Hiring an Immigration Lawyer

Immigration lawyers can help with various problems related to immigration, such as visa, citizenship applications etc…There are numerous programmes for immigration, each of which has over a hundred variations. Therefore it is essential to understand them and how to apply for them. Immigration Lawyer helps you with the application process and identifies the policies and procedures that may be advantageous for you.

Q. How should I go about starting my Canadian immigration process?

Fill up the application form and submit the other supporting documents to begin the immigration process. The next step would be to pay the fees and submit the complete application. There is a chance that immigration officers will interview you. Such circumstances necessitate the assistance of an expert lawyer who can help you assess the issue and choose your best course of action. It is always recommended to get a professional opinion before starting the immigration process.

Q. How long does the process of immigration take in general?

The immigration process is a time taking process. Your application process varies from person to person and from case to case. Immigration applications are sometimes processed quickly by immigration officials, or sometimes it can take up to 14 months. Therefore, having an immigration attorney by your side is a brilliant idea since they can advise you on what to anticipate and, if feasible, show you how to prevent delays.

Q. What is a Permanent Residence card?

It is a document or a card that enables an individual who is not a citizen of Canada but has been granted permanent resident status by the government to be a permanent resident and to live permanently in Canada. It also possesses the location information, photo identity, fingerprint etc… of the cardholder.

Q. Will the Canadian immigration authorities or embassy assist me in preparing my application and ensure everything is correct before I send in my application?

No, the Canadian immigration authorities or embassy will not help you in preparing your application. The Canadian government does not offer this kind of specialized assistance to anyone. The authorities' roles include enforcing immigration laws, adjudicating immigration petitions, and issuing visas and other relevant paperwork. Only a Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant or a Toronto immigration lawyer specializing in these issues can assist you.

Q. What are my chances of moving to Canada if I have been convicted of a crime in the past?

This depends on several factors, such as the severity of the offence, time, and how you have behaved since then plays a very vital role. Considering the following criteria, you might still be permitted to visit Canada: Substantiate your rehabilitation Confirm your rehabilitation application and approval Had a temporary residency visa or received a sanctioned record suspension

Q. What is the Provincial Nomination Program?

Under this programme, foreign individuals may be nominated by Canadian provinces and territories for immigration to the country based on their potential skills, educational qualifications, and job experience that will help to contribute to the economic progress of the designated province. The PNP also takes into consideration if the applicant wants to live in that particular province and if they want to become a permanent resident of Canada. In addition, they must meet the necessary qualifications regarding training, education, and job experience. Provinces and territories may focus on students, business people, skilled workers, semi-skilled workers etc…

Q. Do all provinces of Canada have the Provincial Nominee Program?

Yes, all provinces of Canada have their own provincial nominee program except for Quebec. All Canadian provinces are part of the Provincial Nominee programme. Quebec, which has the authority to select candidates independently, is the only province in the country exempt from having to participate in the Provincial Nominee Program.

Q. What are the different programs that allow a foreign national to immigrate to Canada permanently?

There are a number of programs to choose from which allows foreign nationals to immigrate to Canada permanently. A foreigner can apply for Express Entry, Quebec-selected skilled worker, Start-up visa, Investors and self-employed, Provincial Nominee Program, Family sponsorship, Atlantic Immigration Pilot, Caregiver Programs and Refugee to immigrate to Canada permanently.

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