Canadian Immigration Lawyer
Canadian Immigration Lawyer in Vaughan
Matthew Jeffery is a highly recognized name in Canadian immigration law. He has considerable expertise in handling matters pertaining to the Canadian experience class, skilled worker and Express Entry applications, common-law partner and spousal sponsorships, permanent resident card renewals, work permits, visitor visas, humanitarian applications, and study permits. Matthew Jeffery also offers a full range of Canadian immigration litigation services such as citizenship appeals, appeals to the Federal Court, and to the Immigration Appeal Division.
Matthew Jeffery is recognized by the Best Lawyers publication as a highly-skilled, experienced, and dedicated professional who can guide clients through Canada’s complicated immigration process.
If you want to bring your family to live and/or work in Canada, there are certain basic requirements you must fulfill to qualify as a sponsor. For instance, you need to prove that you have sufficient income to support the family members when they arrive in Canada. The Law Office of Matthew Jeffery is ready to help you with your spousal sponsorship application. We’ll explain to you the minimum income requirements and let you know your options to make your dream of reuniting with your family come true.
Canadian citizens or permanent residents can sponsor their foreign spouses (husband or wife) for permanent residence in Canada. Generally, the spousal sponsorship application process is a challenging task and must be handled by a trusted, experienced immigration consultant in Toronto. Matthew Jeffery has many years of experience in handling such matters. Read More
Common-law partner sponsorships
The law allows Canadian citizens or permanent residents to sponsor their foreign partners (usually foreign nationals) in case they have been living together for a year or more, even if they are not married. Read More
The law allows you to sponsor your parents or grandparents to live in Canada under the parental sponsorship program if you can show three years of qualifying income. Read More
Permanent residents and citizens of Canada can successfully sponsor a foreign national child to acquire permanent residency and live in Canada. Dependent children are defined as being under the age of 22 and unmarried.
Are you a foreign parent of a permanent resident or citizen of Canada? You might be eligible for a super visa that lets you visit and stay in Canada for a maximum of two years per visit. Contact Mathew Jeffery, an experienced immigration consultant, to know if you’re eligible. Read More
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With a steadily increasing population of over 288 000 people, Vaughan has nearly doubled in size since 1991, thanks in part to the expert law services provided by the office of Matthew Jeffery, Canadian immigration lawyer.
Home to many attractions including the Boyd Conservation Area, the Kortright Centre for Conservation, Reptilia Zoo, and Canada’s Wonderland, Vaughan boasts plenty of green spaces and lots to do for its diverse and multicultural population.
Featuring the highest densities of European immigrants in the Greater Toronto Area including Italian, Russian, Polish, and Jewish immigrants, this municipality also has a small but continuously growing population of Indian, Pakistani, Jamaican, Chinese, Vietnamese, and Hispanic peoples. A popular destination for immigration, Vaughan offers everything a family could want from a small town while remaining close to the amenities of the big city.
Vaughan is divided into six sections, each with its own character and community. Woodbridge, among the most affluent neighborhoods in the GTA, was once an independent town and now makes up the largest suburban area in Vaughan.
Another high-growth suburban area is the former village of Maple, which was eventually absorbed into the municipality. Thornhill and Concord are also modern suburban areas while Kleinburg, a historic and unincorporated village, has a population of just 952 and takes up a small section of land between two branches of the Humber River. The final community, Vaughan Metropolitan Centre, is the proposed central business district and will measure 125-acres of downtown development when completed.
Immigrants or permanent residents of the Vaughan area who are interested in obtaining Citizenship should contact the office of Matthew Jeffery for more information as well as sound legal advice on all aspects of immigration law. Please contact us at 866-886-8014.