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About Shawar Law
With more than thirteen years of immigration experience, Shawar Law specializes in and offers comprehensive immigration services for all types of immigration cases, including, but not limited to, applications for permanent residence, applications for temporary residence, other visa applications and citizenship applications. Shawar Law also provides the full range of immigration litigation services including hearings and appeals before the Federal Court of Canada, Immigration Appeal Division and the Immigration and Refugee Board. Experience the Shawar Law difference right from the initial consultation and be assured that your application is always handled with the attention and priority it deserves.
EDMONTON IMMIGRATION LAWYERS
We give people the best service and find solutions for problems. We will not turn people away without an answer
Eric Shawar – Voted the Best Edmonton Immigration Lawyer * * * * *
Eric Shawar has been helping clients to become citizens and permanent residents of Canada for more than 8 years, and his clients voted for his firm with 5 stars in every review.
if you have any immigration issue or you just need to ask a question, Mr. Shawar offers direct consultation with him by phone, that gives him the ability to check your case and give the right advice even before you hire him.
Who or what is a temporary resident?
A temporary resident is a foreign national who is legally authorized to enter Canada for a defined period.
A foreign national has temporary resident status when they legally enter and/or remain in Canada as a visitor, student, worker or temporary resident permit holder.
Who or what is a permanent resident?
A permanent resident or landed immigrant, also known as PR, is a person who has legally immigrated to Canada but is not yet a Canadian citizen.
There are various ways to obtain permanent residence in Canada under the economic or non-economic class.
Recent Immigration Updates
IRCC to accept a record number of applications for the 2021 Parents and Grandparents Program
Immigration Canada will accept up to 30,000 additional applications, giving more Canadians and permanent residents than ever ...Read More
New open work permit available for recent permanent residency applicants
Beginning July 26, 2021, individuals who have applied for the recently opened pathway to permanent residence (TR to PR ...Read More