Serving Hamilton to Toronto. Korean Language available.
Every year, more than 35 million people visit Canada to enjoy the many opportunities our country has to offer as a tourist, student or temporary worker. Depending on where you live, and the reason for your visit, you will need to meet certain entry requirements. In some cases, if you plan to stay in Canada for a certain period of time, you will need a Temporary Resident Visa. The following is a summary of the types of areas for Application Temporary Resident : Study Permit - Those individuals wishing to study in Canada and are classified as a Foreign National Work Permit - Those individuals wishing to work in Canada for a specified period of time. Also those individuals with an Official Job Offer from a Canadian Employer Visitor Visa - Those individuals wishing to come to Canada for a temporary period of time to study, work , visit family or see our beautiful country for vacation. Permanent Resident : Skilled Workers and Professionals - Those individuals wishing to immigrate to Canada for the purpose of advancing their career and work skills. Family Sponsorship - Those individuals already Permanent Residents wishing to sponsor family abroad to join them here. Canadian Experience Class - Those individuals who have already been in Canada for at least 2 years on a Temporary Permit for Study or Work that wish to stay permanently. Investors, Entrepreneurs and Self Employed - Those individuals with a business mind wishing to invest in Canada. Humanitarian and Compassionate - This is for individuals residing in Canada without legal status that if forced to return to their home country would endure hardship. Sometimes being in positions of conflict is terrifying and foreign to us. It is important to have someone to help us who is knowledgeable, dependable and able guide us through these difficult situations. Here is a Summary of some of the Areas of Support Small Claims Court - Being Sued or Trying to Sue - A civil case is a lawsuit that usually deals with contracts and/or torts. Torts, generally speaking, are wrongful (negligent) acts that result in damage or injury. Landlord and Tenant Disputes - Issues arising out of Rental agreements and non compliance to the Residential Tenancies Act (RTA) Provincial Offences - Protecting your driving record from offences such as speeding, careless driving, no insurance just to name a few. Human Rights Tribunal - Assisting you in your application of discrimination based on race, ancestry, place of origin, colour, ethnic origin, citizenship, creed, sex, sexual orientation, age, marital status, family status or disability. Process Serving - We assist with service to individuals and courts documents such as legal documents, issues and files.
Certifications and associations
Law Society of Upper Canada, Commisioner for Taking Affidavits
- Saturday By appointment
- Sunday By appointment