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We take pride in the fact that Canada has the largest number of immigrants per capita in the world.

Canada is a country of immigrants – that is as true for the future as it has been of the past. Recognizing that, BOYNECLARKE LLP is committed to assisting our clients, both individuals and businesses, navigate the complexities and confusion of the Canadian immigration regime.

No two people (or companies) have the same immigration needs, so our lawyers work closely with our clients to fully understand their situations and to identify the best way for them to move forward. Our lawyers assist clients with temporary residence (study/work/visit), permanent residence (economic, family class, and humanitarian), and citizenship applications. We also assist employers with the processes to hire and support foreign workers under the Temporary Foreign Worker Program and International Mobility Program, including employer compliance audits.

In addition to assisting with applications, our immigration lawyers are there to advocate on behalf of clients when applications do not proceed as expected. Our lawyers have represented clients before all immigration tribunals, in provincial courts, and in Federal Court.

Whether you are an individual interested in immigrating, assisting a family member, or an employer looking to address labour shortages, our immigration lawyers have the skills and experience to help you meet your objective. From our initial assessment of your case through to a final decision, we will be there to assist you and advocate on your behalf through every step of the process.

Home to the Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21, Nova Scotia has long been a gateway to Canadian immigration and from our Dartmouth office, BOYNECLARKE LLP is proud to help carry on that tradition.

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Blog Post | Wednesday April 1, 2020

PGWP Eligibility and COVID-19

Authored by: Scott McGirr Posted in: COVID-19 Immigration

For university students, the arrival of spring signals the approaching end of the academic year. For students completing their studies, the end of their final semester is usually marked by graduation ceremonies, celebrations, and the start of a post-university life and career.

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