Heidi Farjadpour has graduated with honours from the Humber College Immigration Consultant Program. She is a Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant in good standing in Richmond Hill, Ontario.
She has immigrated to Canada in 1987. After more than 20 years of work experience as part of management team in the Retail Corporate business, she has decided to move to immigration field to facilitate the path of bringing the much needed international skills and talents to Canada.
She has been providing immigration consulting services since 2010. Her extensive knowledge in areas of Federal Skilled Worker Program, Provincial Nominee Program, Canadian Experience Class, Spousal Sponsorship and many other areas has provided favorable results for her clients.
She has joined IMLIN Team at the start-up stage as the head of Research Department. Her experience as Planning Manager and Immigration consultant has provided her with tools needed to perform her research in providing the best educational materials to IMLIN members.
Jennifer Luu is an Immigration Litigation Lawyer at Mamann, Sandaluk & Kingwell LLP. Her practice is mainly focused on admissibility, and conducting hearings at the IRB as well as the Federal Court. She also prepares written applications, including temporary resident permits, humanitarian and compassionate applications, and pre-removal risk assessment applications. In addition to practicing law, she is also a part-time instructor at the University of British Columbia. She teaches the H&C/admissibility module as well as the refugee module for their Certificate in Immigration: Laws, Policies, and Procedures program. The program is aimed at individuals who are interested in becoming an RCIC and starting/operating a professional immigration consulting business. As an instructor, she prepares and ensures the student has gained a practical, theoretical, and ethical understanding of immigration laws in Canada prior to writing the RCIC EPE.
There are solutions to every problems. You just have to be patient, focus and work hard to overcome the difficulties.
Marshall Garnick, B.A. LL.B.
Barrister & Solicitor
Marshall Garnick is the founder of the Marshall Garnick law firm, which focuses primarily on matters of immigration and citizenship law. He is also a long-time instructor at Humber College in Toronto, in the Immigration Consultancy program there.
Marshall’s particular expertise involves helping the public, as well as immigration professionals, such as consultants and lawyers, overcome problematic immigration situations. These could be in the category of medical or criminal inadmissibility, for example, or it could take the form of a Judicial Review of an unreasonable decision of a visa officer, in refusing an application of a well-qualified visa applicant.
Marshall is a strong strategist who is unafraid to take on the Department of Justice lawyers, and their client, the Minister of Citizenship and Immigration.
A graduate of University of Windsor Law School and York University, Marshall earned his law degree in 1975 and was called to the Ontario Bar in 1977.
Shandana is Regulated Canadian Immigration Counsel based in Greater Toronto Area. Her company “CanadaLeaf Immigration” provides Canadian immigration and citizenship services to clients from all over the world. She teaches Immigration Law at CDI College in North York. Her distinct feature is that she likes to take challenging cases, the cases that had previously been rejected, appeal hearings, HNC, Refugee, Self-Employed cases as well as family sponsorships.
Other than her specialization in Canadian Immigration and Citizenship Law she has earned an undergraduate degree in Communication Design, Double Masters in Business Administration, Strategy and Marketing, along with over 10 years of professional experience working with people across the world, from different cultures and religious backgrounds. Therefore, she believes she can understand your needs and can surely customize the services to fit each of her client’s unique requirements.
More information, you may contact her directly at:
Licenced & Regulated by the Government Of Canada
Branch Office: 250 Younge Street, Unit 2201, Toronto, M5B 2L7
Back Office: 15 Brunel Court, Toronto, ON, M5V 3Y6
Tel: +1 647 230 1929
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Company’s LinkedIn Page: CanadaLeafImmigration” HERE
Company’s Facebook Page: HERE
Mr. Steven Tress
Steven graduated from Osgoode Hall Law School in 1986 and was called to the bar in Ontario in 1988.
With over 30 years experience, Steven represents clients in all types of immigration matters, both inside and outside Canada, as well as appeals from various types of decisions of Citizenship and Immigration Canada or the Canada Border Services Agency to the Federal Court of Canada, the Federal Court of Appeal and the Supreme Court of Canada.
Steven represents clients charged with all types of criminal offenses and conduct trials in all levels of courts, as well as conviction and/or sentence appeals. I also represent clients at bail hearings, bail reviews, and bail pending appeal.
Steven is a member of the Law Society of Upper Canada and a member of the Toronto Lawyers Association. He has been active with various sections and committees of the Canadian Bar Association (Ontario), including:
- Criminal Justice Section Executive
- Immigration Law Section
- Joint Committee on Court Reform
- Advisory Committee to the Attorney General of Ontario
- Annual Institute Committee
- Continuing Legal Education Committee
Steven has lectured for various Criminal Law and Immigration Law programs, as well as served as an instructor at Herzing College’s Paralegal Program, Academy of Learning Immigration Consultant Program and the Law Society of Upper Canada’s Bar Admission Course.
At Steven’s firm, keeping up with recent developments in the law and procedures is essential to providing quality representation and ensuring desirable results. Client communication is important to Steven. If he is not available to speak with you personally when you call, you may leave a detailed and confidential message and he will return your call within 24 hours. In urgent cases, Steven will return your call on a priority basis.
More information, you may contact him directly at:
425 University Avenue, Suite 601
Toronto, Ontario, M5G 1T6, Canada
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Call +1 (416) 977-3657
or send email to:
Tyna A. Vayalilkollattu
Tyna obtained her degree in International Law from Kingston University London, UK and her Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from the University of British Colombia.
Tyna practices in all areas of Canadian Immigration, Refugee, and Citizenship Law with a focus on Appeals, Judicial Reviews, Removals, and Deportation. She has appeared before the Immigration and Refugee Board, and the Federal Court of Canada for immigration and citizenship matters.
Tyna is responsible for the oversight and management of the Firm with a goal to provide clients with essential legal services with a cost-effective and client-focused approach.
In addition to her practice, Tyna provides pro-bono legal services. Tyna is also a Board Member at the New Canadian’s Centre in Peterborough, Ontario.
In her free time, Tyna enjoys road trips, camping and spending time with her Beagles who have inspired her to become active in animal protection and advocacy.
Tyna is a member of the Law Society of Upper Canada, the Canadian Bar Association, and the Ontario Bar Association.
Areas of Practice:
- Immigration, Refugees & Citizenship Law
- Judicial Reviews
- Removals & Deportation
- Humanitarian & Compassionate
More information, you may contact her directly at:
1920 Yonge Street