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Family re-unification is so fundamental to Canadian Immigration law that it is stated as an objective in the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act of Canada. The concept "family member" is limited by its definition in the Immigration and Refugee Protection Regulations. Some of the family members that you may be able to sponsor for permanent residence include:


Many immigrants to Canada are accepted based on their ability to become economically established in Canada. Generally speaking, business applicants have to prove business experience and must have a certain legally acquired net worth, and workers have to prove work experience. Depending on the category applicants are assessed on many other criteria as well:

  • Canadian Experience Class Info
  • Provincial Nomination
  • Business Immigration     Application    Checklist
  • Immigrant Investor Program  Info   
  • Entrepreneur Program  Info
  • Self-Employed Persons Program  Info


Applicants in the investor category require the management experience of a qualified business or the management of five full time employees and a net worth of $800,000.00. The applicant will deposit the sum of $400,000.00 with the Government of Canada for the period of five years. The full deposit will be refunded  without interest after five years.

If the applicant is unable to come up with the required deposit of $400,000.00,  another option is to obtain a loan from a bank or financial institution. Currently the loan fees are between $120,000.00 to $130,000.00. Farmers can also qualify under this program, This program is very expedient. An applicant can acquire permanent residence for his/herself and their immediate family within a year.



Quebec is responsible for selecting immigrants who wish to settle in Quebec. Find out how to apply to be selected to settle in Quebec  Info



Generally speaking this includes any person who comes to Canada for a legal temporary purpose and is granted status as a temporary resident of Canada. Canadian Immigration laws have fairly recently changed to make it easier for those workers or students who have certain work experience or have graduated from approved courses of study in Canada to become permanent residents:

  • Work Permits     Application    Checklist
  • Study Permits     Application
  • Extend your Stay in Canada or Restore your Status
  • Permanent Residence
  • Skilled Workers     Application 
  • Self Assessment Test for Skilled Workers   Test
  • Provincial Nominees     Info 
  • Temporary Resident VISA
  • Refugee Claims
  • Service Canada Applications for Labour Market Opinion Confirmations/
  • Arranged Job Offers


 Six Selection Factors:

Education 25 Points Max.
Language 24 Points Max.
Experience 21 Points Max.
Age 10 Points Max.
Arranged Employment 10 Points Max.
Adaptability 10 Points Max.

 Successful applicants have to obtain 67 points out of 100 points


If you have sponsored any member of family class (spouse/parents) and your case has been refused by the VISA office overseas,  you have the right to an appeal. Our office can assist you, to file and present your case before the Immigration Appeal Board.


Your home is often the single most expensive purchase you will make. This remains true whether it is a single family home, a townhome, or a condominium apartment. RANDHAWA LAW OFFICE  are well-versed in all aspects of residential Real Estate law, including institutional mortgages and second mortgages.

RANDHAWA LAW OFFICE  are also well-versed in handling commercial transactions - sales, purchases and financing - and we have acted on behalf of major commercial lenders. In addition, we have expertise with Subdivisions and Land Development, and Expropriations.

For the occasion when issues become major disputes, the lawyers at RANDHAWA LAW OFFICE  are able to act for clients in reaching a resolution.


Not everyone owns their home. RANDHAWA LAW OFFICE  also deal with Landlord and Tenant issues, and can represent clients at hearings before the Residential Tenancy Branch tribunal.

Our real estate lawyers can help you in the following areas:

Condominium (Strata Corporation) Law
Buying & Selling a residential property
our Home
Commercial Leasing, Sales & Purchasing
Landlord & Tenant
Real Estate Litigation
Subdivision & Land Developmen


If you are interested in the procedures that are involved in refinancing mortgages, you'll probably be pleasantly surprised to find out that the process is simpler than many people assume. Once you've begun the process of refinancing, mortgages can be adjusted to a lower interest rate, a longer or shorter loan term, or a different loan package. If the prevailing interest rates have fallen significantly since you first received your mortgage, or if your credit has improved significantly in that time, it may be beneficial to explore the option of refinancing your mortgage. In addition, if you would like to extend or reduce the overall length of your loan, refinancing your mortgage is a viable option. Finally, the refinancing process can be helpful if you would like to switch from an adjustable-rate to a fixed-rate loan or vice versa.


When people think of estate planning the first thing that comes to mind is writing a Will. Although your Will is a large element of your estate plan, there is much more to consider. Your estate plan will be greatly influenced by your marital status, family, health, financial position and business dealings.

Each of these items will play a role in how comprehensive your estate plan should be. Because your life is constantly changing, your estate plan should be reviewed and revised regularly to make sure important issues are taken care of in the case that you become ill or pass away.

  For further information about the components of a comprehensive estate plan you may find it helpful to review the following RANDHAWA LAW OFFICE ' guides to prepare for your meeting with one of our wills and estates lawyers:  

RANDHAWA LAW OFFICE  are experienced in all levels of court in Alberta  relating to family law. Our services include advice and representation in relation to:

Separation and divorce
Custody and access
Child support and spousal support
Prenuptial agreements

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