Bomza Law Group

Arranged marriage and the Canadian Visa Progress

In the wake of regulatory revision proposals to the Spousal Sponsorship class and criminal investigations of fraudulent marriage visa cases, many applicants who are currently sponsoring a spouse are concerned that their…more
| Immigration Law

Show Cancelled! A Performing Artist's Immigration Nightmare

Your four-piece rock band has been performing at local venues and touring regionally for the last two years. Invitations to play in the US start coming inafter your debut CD receives much acclaim. Elated by how charmed your…more
| Immigration Law

U.S. Visa Options for the Entertainment Industry

Since many production companies are interested in taking their business and/or professionals to the U.S., it has become increasingly difficult for members of the entertainment profession to cross the U.S. border. Below, we…more
| Immigration Law

Changes to the Temporary Foreign Worker Program

Changes to Canada’s Temporary Foreign Worker Program are scheduled to come into force on April 1, 2011. These changes are intended to reduce the exploitation of foreign workers and to impose greater culpability for employers…more
| Immigration Law

Sponsoring a Spouse or Common-Law Partner Who is in Canada

Navigating the immigration process for your spouse or common-law partner who is in Canada but not a Canadian citizen or permanent resident can be complicated. It may seem that the optimal process to take in obtaining permanent…more
| Immigration Law

2011 Quarterly Review: Changes to Canada's Immigration Laws and Procedures (Q1)

2010 was a benchmark year from Canadian immigration law, bringing many changes to Canada’s immigration laws, regulations, and operating procedures as they relate to the processing and adjudication of both temporary and permanent…more
| Immigration Law

2011 QUARTERLY REVIEW: CHANGES TO CANADA’S IMMIGRATION LAWS AND PROCEDURES (Q1)

2010 was a benchmark year from Canadian immigration law, bringing many changes to Canada’s immigration laws, regulations, and operating procedures as they relate to the processing and adjudication of both temporary and permanent…more
| Immigration Law
Contact

45 St. Clair Avenue West, Suite 1000
Toronto, Ontario M4V 1K9, Canada

Contact: Bomza Law Group

  • 416-598-8849
  • 416-598-0331

Areas of Practice
  • Immigration Law
Locations
Other Countries
  • Canada
  • Indonesia
Number of Attorneys

2-10 Attorneys

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