Invicta Law Corporation provides support to the best Regulated Immigrations Consultants in Canada. María Campos has practiced immigration law since 2012. First as an immigration consultant and then as a lawyer. Maria has assisted dozens of immigration consultants with Judicial Reviews at Federal Court Level, Expert Opinion Letters, Mentorship, Representation in complex files of IRB hearings, LMIA Attestation Letters and other court matters.
Judicial Review & Writ of Mandamus
With respect to immigration to Canada, a Judicial Review is an appeal-type proceeding where the Court reviews a negative decision on an immigration, refugee or citizenship matter.
The Federal Court has granted leave to Maria Campos in numerous judicial review leave applications and she has successfully argued several cases before the Court.
Also, if an applicant has been waiting for an unreasonable period of time for a decision to be rendered on their application there are legal resources to invoke, such as a Writ of Mandamus, which can be used effectively on a wide range of immigration applications, including but not limited to, temporary and permanent residence applications.
Immigration Expert Opinion & Mentorship
María has helped many consultants with her legal opinion and expertise. Maria has prepared formal legal opinion letters to be submitted against procedural fairness requests from IRCC on a variety of immigration files represented by immigration consultants. As an experienced immigration lawyer, Maria has written successful immigration reports which have successfully translated into positive IRCC decisions.
It is important to mention Maria is a member of the Law Society of British Columbia (LSBC), the Canadian Immigration Lawyers Association (CILA), the Canadian Association of Refugee Lawyers (CARL), and the Canadian Bar Association (CBA).
LMIA Attestation Letters (good financial standing attestation)
Service Canada requires companies that are applying for an LMIA for the first time to show that they have the financial resources to commit to the hire of a temporary foreign worker. Only Lawyers and Certified Public Accountants have the authority to write attestation letters.
The attestation letter is a very important document within the LMIA application process. LMIAs have the goal to prevent any negative impacts on the Canadian labour market. Hence, if the company does not have the financial resources to comply, the foreign worker may end up unemployed and accessing the unemployment programs affecting the Canadian labour market.
At Invicta Law Corporation, we have written many attestation letters in compliance with Service Canada requirements to obtain an LMIA.
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