Law Office of Neha Khurana provides specialized Immigration help and advice in dealing with all Immigration matters. Our principal lawyer have years of experience in Immigration Law and we provide accurate advice with satisfactory results, having years of experience of obtaining successful applications and appeals. Over the years Immigration Law has changed considerably with even greater changes to come. It requires a lot of research and training to stay up to date, to ensure we achieve your end goal. Law Office of Neha Khurana provides such dedication and the ability to provide high quality Immigration Law Services.

Law Office of Neha Khurana provides full range of Canadian immigration appeal and litigation services, such as Appeals to the Immigration Appeal Division and Judicial review at the Federal Court.

Areas of Immigration Services we can help with

Express Entry Immigration

  • Federal Skilled Worker (FSW)
  • Federal Skilled Trades (FST)
  • Canada Experience Class (CEC)
  • Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program (OINP)

Investors, entrepreneurs and self-employed

  • Investors
  • Federal entrepreneurs program
  • Start-up visa
  • Self-employed persons

Student Permits

  • Initial Applications and extensions
  • Post graduate work permits

Family Class Sponsorship

  • Spousal/Common-Law sponsorship in-Canada & Abroad
  • Parental and Grandparental Super Visa
  • Parental and Grandparental Sponsorships

Work Permits

  • Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA) and work permits
  • Post grad employment work permits and extensions
  • NAFTA-North American Free Trade; Mexico & United States

Temporary Resident Visas (Visitor Visas)

  • Business visitors
  • Tourist applications
  • Letters of Invitation
  • Notarization of documents

Permanent Residence Cards

  • Initial application for permanent resident card
  • Renewal/Replacement applications for permanent residents cards
  • Travel Document Applications


  • Eligibility assessments
  • Citizenship Applications

Appeals and Judicial Review

  • Appeal to the Immigration Appeal Division (IAD) for residency obligation reviews
  • Canadian citizens or permanent residents whose application to sponsor a family member has been refused by the immigration authorities can appeal to the Immigration Appeal Division (IAD)
  • A permanent resident who has been found guilty of misrepresentation can appeal this finding to the Immigration Appeal Division (IAD)
  •  Those whose immigration applications have been rejected by the authorities on any basis can appeal to the Federal Court by way of application for leave and judicial review, depending on the place of refusal

To learn more about the Immigration services that Law Office of Neha Khurana send us an email at to schedule a consultation.