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At Kurzfeld Law, we understand that dealing with immigration can be tough and confusing for many people. When you’re applying for Toronto immigration or appealing a decision, there are lots of things to think about.

Our team of immigration lawyers in Toronto is here to help you. We work hard to handle your legal issues effectively. Whether you’re having problems with things like bringing a spouse to Canada, applying for express entry, becoming a Canadian citizen, getting a student visa, or other immigration matters, our skilled Toronto immigration lawyers at Kurzfeld Law are here to provide great service.

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Why Kurzfeld Law Firm

Hiring an immigration lawyer in Toronto not mandatory, it’s crucial to recognize that the immigration procedure can be far more intricate than it might first seem. Going through this extensive process on your own is generally not recommended. Canadian immigration is well-known for being complex, so it’s a smart move to consider professional assistance to make your application smoother and prevent potential difficulties. It’s far more effective to ensure everything is in order from the start than to deal with fixing mistakes later on. When you enlist the services of Kurzfeld Law, our immigration lawyers in Toronto ensure that you benefit from our professional expertise and experience.

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Our experienced Toronto immigration lawyers excel in various Canadian Permanent Residence programs, including the Provincial Nominee Program, Express Entry: Canadian Experience Class, and Federal Skilled Trades Program. Kurzfeld Law is here to enhance your chances of making Canada your permanent home.

Temporary Residence

Kurzfeld Law can assist you with Temporary Resident Permits, Work Permits, Study Permits, LMIA, Visitor Visas, eTAs, and Super Visas. We’re well-versed in a range of Canadian Temporary Residence Programs, and we’ll help improve your prospects of securing temporary residence in Canada so that you can make the most of your time in this beautiful country.

Canadian Citizenship

Many immigrants aspire to be Canadian citizens. our Toronto immigration lawyers are here to help you determine your eligibility for citizenship, navigate the application process, and support you in obtaining Canadian Citizenship successfully.

Family Sponsorships

Our immigration law firm is committed to aiding Canadian citizens and permanent residents in sponsoring their partners, parents, children, and more. We offer a diverse range of services supported by exceptional expertise and guidance, aiming to ensure a seamless and stress-free process for our clients.

Kurzfeld Law: Your Trusted Toronto Immigration Lawyer in Canada

At Kurzfeld Law, our team of immigration lawyers in Toronto is dedicated to providing top-notch solutions for all your Canadian immigration needs. With a combined experience of over 20 years, our firm has a solid reputation.

Our Toronto immigration lawyers truly get what you need, and we’re here to make your path to achieving your Canadian citizenship and immigration goals as simple as possible. Whether you’re looking to settle in Canada, reunite with family, invest in a business, require help with employee visas, or have other immigration matters to tackle, we’re here with you every step of the way.

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We value effective communication, which is why our team at Kurzfeld Law fluently speaks English, French, Hebrew, and Tagalog. Our services extend to clients from America, Canada, South America, Europe, the Middle East, Southeast Asia, India, China, and Australia.

Who We are

Welcome to Kurzfeld Law, led by Ronen Kurzfeld, is a most trusted immigration Lawyer in Toronto. With a focus on personalized solutions, Our expert team navigates the complexities of Canadian immigration law. From temporary residency to corporate immigration, We ensure a seamless journey, prioritizing client success through innovative strategies and unwavering support.

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Ronen Kurzfeld

Ronen Kurzfeld is an esteemed immigration lawyer from Canada, renowned for his extensive experience of over 20 years. He successfully completed the prestigious Immigration and Refugee Law program at Osgoode Hall Law School, the oldest and largest law school in Canada. As a member in good standing of the Law Society of Ontario and the Canadian Bar Association’s Citizenship and Immigration Section, he upholds the highest professional standards.

Mr. Kurzfeld is a founding member of the Canadian Immigration Lawyers Association (CILA), further establishing his dedication to the field. He takes pride in offering exceptional immigration advice and unparalleled client services.

Service Canada has recognized Mr. Kurzfeld’s expertise by inviting him to consult on the low-skill program. Leading media outlets have also sought his insights and knowledge. Furthermore, Mr. Kurzfeld has delivered informative presentations on Canadian immigration in various countries, sharing his expertise and experience with a global audience.

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Meet our dedicated team at Kurzfeld Law, led by Ronen Kurzfeld.
Experts in Canadian immigration, we’re here to navigate your journey seamlessly.

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Jason Ibanez

Jason Ibanez, a seasoned lawyer with 18 years in law, specializes in Canadian immigration, leveraging expertise from the Philippines to Ontario.

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Alina Zhang

Alina Zhang, an immigration lawyer, holds an LL.M from UBC and LL.B from Chongqing University. Expert in Canadian immigration, specializing in business immigration.

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Tiffani Frederick

Tiffani Frederick, dual-qualified lawyer in Ontario and New York, specializes in Canadian immigration, particularly family sponsorships, appeals, and humanitarian cases.


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Hiring A Toronto Immigration lawyer & Canadian Immigration Process

Is it possible to meet with a lawyer before I move ahead with the decision to hire him or her?

Typically, a lawyer will meet with you for some time or have a brief discussion with you over a call so that you two can get acquainted. In this meeting, you can discuss any queries that you may have before you make the final decision. Most lawyers offer a free initial consultation, but you may want to ask about the fees to be on the safe side.

What type of questions should I ask the lawyer before I hire him or her?

You can prepare a list of questions to get to know your lawyer better. Such as, you can ask about their area of expertise, the type of cases they have handled, years of experience they have, whether their clients are usually businesses or individuals, etc.

Can I apply for Canadian permanent residency without a lawyer?

The Government of Canada treats everyone equally, whether they use a representative or not. But hiring a lawyer can significantly improve your chances of getting your application approved in a single go. They have all sorts of information about application processes concerned with Canadian immigration and can help you deal with any roadblocks that you may have during your journey.

What are the advantages of hiring a lawyer for my immigration application?

If you hire a lawyer, they will always fight on your behalf and will make sure to keep your rights protected. Lawyers know about navigating the legal system like the back of their hands, and there is no doubt they can prove to be invaluable with their never-ending sea of knowledge. Hiring a lawyer will also make sure that you don't make any mistakes in the forms, which will help you prevent delays. There is nothing but an upside to hiring an immigration lawyer for your application process.

What are the things that I should consider before I hire a lawyer for my case?

Experience is the top thing that you must look for in your lawyer. It helps you understand how much they are aware of the system and how many cases they have fought. Second, you should consider their area of expertise, the type of cases they have handled and if it's related to your lawsuit. You should also see whether the lawyer serves individuals, businesses or both. You can either ask these questions directly to your lawyer or do some research on your own.

Should I interview or meet with several lawyers before finalizing one?

It is true that you will be able to make a more informed decision if you decide to meet with a few lawyers. However, on the other hand, interviewing a lot of lawyers will be a confusing and time-consuming ordeal. So try to find a balance between a few and several, and go with the one that you feel the most confident with.

Is it okay to ask the lawyer about the possible outcome of my case during my initial consultation?

Yes, you can. A lawyer will be able to give you an idea about the possible outcome of your case. They may also present you with a few scenarios of your case. A good lawyer assumes it to be their duty to inform their client about both good and bad.

Why do people prefer to move to Canada?

Undoubtedly, Canada is one of the most beautiful countries out there, with very high immigration rates. There is no wonder why a lot of people want to relocate to Canada. Canada, the country which is the land of the maple leaf, has a lot to offer to people who dream of living a better life. It not only offers career opportunities to people but Canada is also on #3 for its education system according to World Population Review. Not only this, but immigrants also benefit from its rock-solid healthcare system and a great economy.

What are the advantages of Canadian Permanent Residency status?

Permanent residents of Canada have the right to live and work legally anywhere in the country. This means you are not restricted to work in one province or territory and can move easily within the country to look for opportunities. Moreover, as permanent residents of the country, you get access to the world-class healthcare system and social services that Canada has to provide. Not only this but you also get access to retirement benefits and pensions as a senior citizen. As a permanent resident of Canada, you also get to enjoy free education for up to 12th grade. Being a permanent resident also allows you to sponsor your spouse, dependent children and common-law partner.

How are individuals evaluated for the Federal Skilled Worker Program?

If you want to qualify under the Federal Skilled Worker Program, there are various requirements that you must fulfill. These requirements are related to work experience, language, age, education, background check, etc.

What is the processing time for federal skilled workers?

Most of the applications, such as 80 percent, are completed in around six months or even less time. To make sure your application process is completed in the shortest possible time, consider consulting with an immigration lawyer.

Who can apply for the Federal Skilled Worker Program?

If you are a professional and a skilled worker, then you can apply for the Federal Skilled Worker Program in Canada. It gives you an attractive opportunity to immigrate to Canada along with your spouse or partner or any dependent children that you may have.

Where should applications be submitted?

When applying for permanent residency, you can send your application to Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) either online or by mail. To avoid delays or rejection, it's important to include all necessary documentation.

What are the three type of immigrants that Canada welcomes?

The government of Canada welcomes immigrants in three classes. These include: family class, economic class, and refugee and humanitarian class.

What is the age limit for Canadian Permanent Residency?

You must be 18 years or above to be eligible to apply for Canadian Permanent Residency. Age plays an important role when it comes to application process and you get the maximum points when you are in age-group 18 to 35.

Can I immigrate to Canada even if I do not have a job offer?

Yes, if you are looking to immigrate to Canada without a job offer then you can apply via Express Entry. However, it will skyrocket your chances of getting the permanent resident status in Canada if you do have a job offer.

Who can be my sponsor if I want to immigrate to Canada?

Your spouse, common-law partner, conjugal partner, parent, son or daughter, grandparent, orphaned brother or sister, orphaned nephew or niece can sponsor you if you want to immigrate to Canada.

How can I apply for a PR card?

If you're a new permanent resident, you'll automatically receive your initial PR card by mail upon your arrival in Canada as part of the immigration process. However, for PR card renewal or if you've lost your card, you can apply by completing and submitting the "Application for a Permanent Resident Card" (Form IMM 5444) to Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC). You must include necessary documents and pay the CAD $50 application fee.

Who is eligible for Permanent Residency in Canada?

There are several requirements set by the Canadian government that you must meet to be eligible for a PR visa. Such as, you must be at least 18 years of age, you should have no criminal history, you must have a certain amount of money in your bank account to support you and your family when you are in Canada, you must pass a point-based immigration system, etc.

What are some of the easiest ways to get PR in Canada in 2023?

If you are looking to acquire PR in Canada in 2023 then you can choose one of these programs (whichever is the most suitable for your case) - Express Entry Program, Work Permit, PNP (Provincial Nomination Program, Business Investor Program.

How can I work in Canada?

If you want to work in Canada, you will need a work permit. Depending on your type of work and country of origin, the process can be different. You should get in contact with an immigration lawyer to get assistance and make sure that you are meeting all the requirements.

How many PNP Programs does Canada offer for Immigrants?

There are almost 80 different types of PNP programs that Canada offers, which have their own requirements for eligibility.

If I receive a Provincial Nomination, will my Canadian Immigration Visa be guaranteed?

No. Before issuing a Canada Immigration Visa, IRCC evaluates the candidate on certain statutory requirements concerned with document authentication, health, security, etc.

What is the purpose of the Provincial Nominee Programs?

The whole purpose of these Provincial Nominee Programs is to allow different territories and provinces to select immigrants and give them an active role in the process so that they can nominate individuals for permanent residency who will fill the void in their local labour market.

Do I have the option to change province after PNP?

Yes, you do. After you become a permanent resident in Canada, you can live, study and work anywhere in the country.

How long is the processing time for the provincial nominee program?

The typical processing time for permanent resident applications linked to Express Entry is 6 months. However, for non-express entry paper-based applications, it can take 1 to 2 years.

Can your PNP get rejected?

Yes, your application for PNP can get rejected by the BC immigration officer. One of the most common reasons for PNPs to get rejected is because of false or incorrect information on the application form. So make sure that all the information on your application is correctly filled out.

What skills and qualities do provinces look for in their nominees?

Some basic attributes that all provinces look for in their nominees are concerned with their work experience, education, skills, and language proficiency that meets their local labour market needs.

How do Provincial Nominee Programs integrate with the Express Entry system?

Provincial Nominee ProgrThe Provincial Nominee Programs and the Express Entry system work together to help those nominated through a PNP stream receive more CRS points, which increases their chances of being invited to apply for permanent residency in Canada.

What is a base Provincial Nomination?

When you apply for a Provincial Nomination Program (PNP), you may receive a "base" nomination from the province or territory. This nomination allows you to apply for permanent residence through Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC). Once you have been nominated, you can earn additional points for your Express Entry profile under the Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS).

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