• We are a full-service citizenship and immigration
    law firm, specializing in Canadian immigration,
    citizenship and relocation legal assistance.

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    Top Canadian Corporate Immigration
    Specialist for Canada
    Law Business Research Ltd.

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  • Global to Local.

    We provide top tier Canadian immigration services at our
    downtown Toronto office. Our lawyers possess bright legal minds,
    expert level knowledge and a strong desire to help clients with
    all of their immigration and citizenship needs.

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Expertise. Integrity. Results.

BARTLAW LLP Canadian Immigration is a Canadian citizenship and immigration law firm that provides services to enable temporary relocation and/or immigration to Canada. Our firm assists families and corporations with respect to their Canadian immigration and citizenship applications. We represent our clients in all aspects of cases before the Ministry of Citizenship and Immigration. We enable the cross-border transfer of professionals, business people and specialized foreign workers. We provide strategic citizenship, immigration and foreign worker solutions to our varied clientele which includes law and accounting firms, information technology companies, multinational corporations, scientists, executives, professionals and entrepreneurs.


Practicing exclusively in matters of global and Canadian citizenship and immigration law, we cover a full range of visa and immigration services, from temporary visas to permanent residence and citizenship. We are fully networked and offer online services to enable the prompt and efficient delivery of Canadian citizenship and immigration services to our clients.


  • Self-Employed Permanent Residence Applications

    Minister Miller has announced a temporary suspension of application intake for the Self-Employed Persons Program, effective April 30, 2024, to prioritize the processing of existing applications. This program offers a pathway to permanent residence for individuals with considerable experience in fields such as art, culture, recreation, or sports, who will enhance Canada’s cultural landscape. Due […]
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  • Start-Up Visa Caps for Designated Organizations

    As of April 30, Canada has imposed a cap on the number of permanent residence applications associated with the Start-Up Visa program. This cap restricts applications to ten startups per designated organization annually. Designated organizations include venture capital firms, angel investors and business incubators. This decision, according to Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC), aims […]
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  • Changes to Working Hour Rules for International Students

    In the ever-evolving landscape of Canada’s international study program, IRCC has made yet another revision to the rules surrounding working hours for international students. Effective fall 2024, full-time international students will now be permitted to work off campus for a total of 24 hours a week. Previously, students were restricted to a maximum of 20 […]
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