Min is an Associate Lawyer and Notary Public at Invicta Law Corporation in Vancouver, BC. He graduated from the University of Saskatchewan College of Law with Distinction.
Prior to joining Invicta Law Corporation, Min worked at a full-service law firm and a boutique immigration law firm in Calgary, focusing in Immigration and Corporate Law. Min also worked as a Legal Research Intern at a human rights NGO based in Washington DC.
Min was born in Korea and grew up in several different countries including Korea, Japan and New Zealand before moving to Vancouver Island where he attended high school.
In 2018, Min received the Outstanding Volunteer Award (QB Amicus Calgary) from Pro Bono Law Alberta.
- University of Saskatchewan, J.D. with Distinction
- Law Society of British Columbia
- Law Society of Alberta
- Canadian Bar Association
- Business Law Section
- Immigration Law Section
- Affiliate Member of the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners
Min’s main interest focuses on Immigration and Wills & Estate Law. He practices all aspects of Canadian immigration law and particularly enjoys immigration litigations and appeals. Min also advises and represents athletes, sports organizations and entertainers for contractual or immigration matters.
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잘못 된 정보를 정부에게 제출 하는것은, 이민법상 5년간의 입국 금지 명령을 받을 수 있을 정도로 캐나다 정부에서는심각 한 사안으로 다루고 있습니다. (Misrepresentation)
많은 분들이 아시겠지만, Covid19로 인하여 현재 캐나다 입국을 하시는데 제약이 있습니다. 9월 현재, 캐나다 법상 미국에서의 입국자와 미국이외 다른국가의 입국자에 대하여 비슷하지만 다른 기준을 적용하고 있습니다.
많은 분들이 방문비자나 워크퍼밋등 이민수속 초기 진행중에 (보통 의도 해서이기 보다는, 단순 동거라는 생각에) common-law 관계를 밝히지 않는 실수를 하십니다. 하지만 이럴경우 차후 이민 과정에서 법적으로 문제가 될 소지가 다분합니다.
Regardless of how long you have been a permanent resident, you can lose that status if you commit a crime (depending on its seriousness).
In my experience as a Wills & Estates Layer, clients who are recent immigrants to Canada are often concerned about what will happen if they die without a will. They have assets in different jurisdictions, are unfamiliar with the Canadian legal system and do not have other family members living in Canada.