About ImmiCan Law Corporation

The immigration process can be nerve-wracking. With convoluted information, changing policies, and complex processes, we understand that immigrating can be stressful. That’s why at ImmiCan, we aim to make your process smooth, risk-free, and certain.

Every case is unique. Every case deserves a tailored approach that fits the needs and goals of our client. That’s why we never approach our cases like parts on a car assembly line. We take each one and put our heart and soul into it. This means that when you come to us, we will work together to create a case that brings you the results you seek. 

At ImmiCan, we know the amount of paperwork and bureaucracy that comes with immigration. We also know how stressful it can be to navigate the system on your own. So let us deal with policy, procedure, and paperwork so you can focus on setting up your life in Canada.

Our clients are diverse. They are businesspeople, athletes, international students, start-ups, colleges and universities with an international student program, entrepreneurs, and individuals who come from all over the world. Our track record of excellent results shows our skill, commitment, and passion.

What all our clients share is the wish to invest in themselves and in their future in Canada. We enable this by streamlining their immigration process, avoiding missteps in their applications, and saving time so that they can set up their lives faster in Canada.

Excellence, a personal approach, and passion. These are the tenets we stand by and uphold at ImmiCan. Get in touch. Your journey to Canada starts with us.

Our Founder, Yuri Ahuja, LLB, MBA

Meet Yuri Ahuja. He has practiced law for 16 years, has taken degrees in law and business from several leading universities, and has worked for firms and clients all over the world.

But what is most important about Yuri is that he understands immigration to Canada like few other lawyers do. Why? Because he went through it himself.

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About Us
Knowledge and Experience

Knowledge and Experience

Canadian immigration law and policy is complex and always changing. Errors and omission can cause significant delays, higher costs, and even detention and removal from Canada. An immigration lawyer can advise you of your rights and obligations from the start. 

Education and Specialized Training

Education and Specialized Training

Immigration lawyers complete several years of legal education as well as practical training before becoming licensed to practise law. Our lawyers  complete continuing professional development to enhance knowledge and skills, so you benefit from our education and specialized training.

Regulated and Accountable

Regulated and Accountable

Immigration lawyers are licensed and supervised by provincial or territorial law societies that ensure competence, professionalism and ethics. Law societies ensure that immigration lawyers are accountable to the public they serve.

Confidentiality Guaranteed

Confidentiality Guaranteed

Communication between you and your immigration lawyer is protected rules of confidentiality. This means that immigration lawyers cannot disclose your information to others, including the Government of Canada, without your consent. Other representatives cannot guarantee this type of privacy.. 

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ImmiCan Law Corporation has the expertise and experience to help you prepare your application for the greatest chance at successful Canadian immigration.
Avoid Long Delays

Avoid Long Delays

A single mistake can cause an application to be rejected. Don’t risk waiting. 5 Keys to Eliminating Immigration Delays.

Follow Changing Policies

Follow Changing Policies

CIC policies are changing. Are you sure your information is accurate and timely? Learn about recent, important changes.

Get a Second Chance

Get a Second Chance

Was your application rejected even after being assessed as having potential to succeed? Get it right the second time.