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Matthew Jeffery, Barrister & Solicitor, is a Canadian immigration lawyer based in Toronto, Canada.
Mr. Jeffery specializes in all types of immigration cases, including applications for permanent residence such as Family Sponsorships, Skilled Workers, Canadian Experience Class, and Humanitarian cases; applications for temporary residence including Work Permits, Student Visas, and Visitor Visas; as well as Permanent Resident Card renewals and Citizenship applications.
Mr. Jeffery’s office also provides the full range of Canadian immigration appeal and litigation services, such as Judicial Review before the Federal Court of Canada, and Appeals to the Immigration Appeal Division.
Mr. Jeffery holds a law degree from Osgoode Hall Law School in Toronto. He is Certified as a Specialist in Immigration Law by the Law Society of Upper Canada, which is recognition of his expert status in this field.
As a licensed immigration lawyer, Mr. Jeffery is authorized by the Canadian government to represent clients in all types of immigration matters.
Mr. Jeffery has over fifteen years of experience exclusively in the field of immigration law, and has the expertise needed to successfully guide his clients through the complicated Canadian immigration system.
We provide the full range of services to assist Canadian citizens and permanent residents to bring their foreign family members to live in Canada. Our firm’s many years of experience with spousal and common-law partner sponsorship provides unparalleled expertise and guidance through Canada’s complex sponsorship process.
A Canadian citizen or permanent resident can sponsor their foreign national husband or wife for permanent residence in Canada.
Common-law partner sponsorship
Canadian citizens or permanent residents can sponsor a foreign national partner if they been living together continuously for at least one year.
Canadian citizens or permanent residents can sponsor their foreign parents for permanent residence if they have sufficient income to do so.
A Canadian citizen or permanent resident can sponsor their foreign national child for permanent residence in Canada.
Undeclared Family Members
Canada has now renewed a pilot program to allow certain applicants to sponsor their previously undeclared family members.
Foreign parents of a Canadian citizen or permanent resident can apply for a super visa which allows for extended visits of up to two years at a time.
Permanent Resident Cards
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