Our Law Firm offers services in different areas of law, which include Residential and Commercial Real Estate Transactions, Canadian Citizenship & Immigration Matters, Family Matters, Corporate Matters, Wills and Power of Attorney. A notary is also available in the office. Over the years, we have built a strong reputation for integrity, client satisfaction and leadership in our areas of practice.
We always spend time to communicate with our clients so that we can create a long lasting professional relationship with them. Our aim is to always make sure that we complete our client’s transactions professionally and give peace of mind to our clients after dealing with our Law Firm.
The Adil Law Professional Corporation is a respected law firm with a reputation for quality, innovation and teamwork.
OUR FIRM has a distinguished record of representing clients. Our objective is to provide high quality legal advice through an efficiently managed professional practice that will assist our clients to obtain their desired outcome. The Adil Law’s top priority is to provide its clients with high-quality legal services, excellent client service and creative approach to address their legal issues. We have been representing our clients for more than 10 years with full confidence.
We speak English, Urdu, Hindi, Tagalog and Punjabi. That gives us an edge to better serve the Canadian multicultural communities.
News & Publications
New definition of age of dependants now in force.
The Government of Canada has changed the definition of the age of dependants from “under 19” to “under 22,” allowing parents to sponsor or immigrate to Canada with their older children.
The change applies to all applications received by IRCC on or after October 24, 2017.
IRCC is also introducing a temporary public policy to allow more families to benefit from the expanded age of dependants. The public policy allows applicants with permanent residence applications that were in process on May 3, 2017, or whose applications were received between May 3, 2017, and October 23, 2017, to add their eligible children as dependants or to sponsor them later, depending on the status of their application.
Government of Canada announces historic, multi-year immigration levels plan.
On November 1, the Government of Canada tabled the 2017 Annual Report to Parliament on Immigration, including the levels plan. The new plan sets out the highest levels of new permanent residents to be welcomed to Canada in recent history.
Under the plan, Canada will accept 310,000 new permanent residents in 2018. That number will grow to 330,000 in 2019 and to 340,000 in 2020, trending towards one percent of the population. By welcoming more newcomers, the plan aims to support Canada’s economic growth, drive innovation and address
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