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We practice exclusively in the area of

Canadian & U.S. Immigration Law.

We practice exclusively in the area of

Canadian & U.S. Immigration Law.

We practice exclusively in the area of

Canadian & U.S. Immigration Law.

About Borders Law Firm

Borders Law Firm practices exclusively in the area of Canadian and U.S. immigration law. Founded in 2004, the firm has represented hundreds of clients from all over the world, ranging from multi-national corporations to small businesses, families and individuals. The law firm’s principal office is located in the heart of Toronto, Canada.

The law firm has a wealth of experience representing on all aspects of Canadian immigration law before Citizenship and Immigration Canada, Service Canada, the Immigration Division, the Immigration Appeal Division, the Immigration and Refugee Board and the Federal Court of Canada, among other government bodies.

At Borders Law Firm, we make it a point to look beyond the immediate needs of each client, creating comprehensive long-term strategies beyond the validity of the initial visa to Canada. We handle a full range of immigration matters including work permits, study permits, permanent residence (federal and provincial), sponsorship, inadmissibility, citizenship applications, and litigation appeals.

What’s New in Immigration

International Experience Canada Program Open for 2020 Season

On December 9, 2019, the Government of Canada announced that the International Experience Canada (IEC) program has opened for the 2020 season. This program is geared towards young people who wish to travel and work in Canada. Applicants must be citizens of a country...

New Rules make Biometrics easier for in-Canada applicants

As of December 3, 2019, applicants for work permits and extensions, study permits, visitor visas, and permanent residence will be able to give their biometrics at designated Service Canada offices. Giving fingerprints and photos for immigration purposes used to mean...

Canada desperate to fill vacancies in Hospitality and Information Sectors

According to the Canadian Federation of Independent Business, job vacancies in Canada are currently at historic highs. In particular, Quebec, British Columbia, and Ontario have vacancy rates above 3% in the third quarter of 2019.   In these provinces and throughout...