Immigration Law

Cross Canadian, US and global borders with ease

PwC Law LLP's immigration practice has over 20 years of experience specializing in Canadian, US and global immigration law. We are a member of the PwC's global immigration network, and one of the largest in-house immigration service providers in the world. We can support your immigration needs in any country, at any time.


How we can help

Work and entry authorizations

We’ll coordinate business visitor applications, entry visas, work permits, permanent residence and citizenship. We’ll make sure your assignees and business travellers have the appropriate immigration status documents.

Centralized program coordination

Our global reach means one point of contact for all your worldwide immigration matters and greater efficiencies in communication, results, billings and more. We’ll monitor and track immigration status documents and expiration status to make sure no employee falls out of status.

Audits and independent reviews

We can do a comprehensive review of your immigration program to identify areas of risk and advise on immigration compliance strategies and policies to make sure you’re immigration-audit ready.

Consular visa support

We provide comprehensive guidance and assistance with the preparation and submission of consular visa applications.

Immigration governance consultation

We can provide advice on immigration strategies in accordance with local immigration laws and regulations.

Recent immigration alerts

US: August 2018 Visa Bulletin announces EB-1 retrogression

US: August 2018 Visa Bulletin announces EB-1 retrogression

The U.S. State Department’s August Visa Bulletin has been released. The updated Visa Bulletin contains changes to the Final Action dates, which determine when an Application to Adjust Status may be filed as part of the final stage in the green card process. Of note is the retrogression of the EB-1 Worldwide category from Current to May 1, 2016.

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US: USCIS Policy Update Gives Adjudicators More Discretion to Deny Immigration Filings Without Issuing Requests For Evidence

US: USCIS Policy Update Gives Adjudicators More Discretion to Deny Immigration Filings Without Issuing Requests For Evidence

USCIS posted a policy memorandum, effective September 11, 2018, allowing USCIS adjudicators the discretion to deny applications without first issuing a Request for Evidence (RFE) or Notice of Intent to Deny (NOID).

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Contact us

Janet L. Bomza
Partner, National Practice Leader - Immigration, PwC Law LLP
Tel: +1 416 598 8849
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