Taaha is a barrister and solicitor licensed by the Law Society of Ontario. She completed her Bachelor of Arts in Criminology and Socio-Legal Studies from the University of Toronto. After completing her Bachelors Taaha moved to New York and obtained a Juris Doctorate from New York Law School.

During law school Taaha continued to work and gain...

Taaha is a barrister and solicitor licensed by the Law Society of Ontario. She completed her Bachelor of Arts in Criminology and Socio-Legal Studies from the University of Toronto. After completing her Bachelors Taaha moved to New York and obtained a Juris Doctorate from New York Law School.

During law school Taaha continued to work and gain experience in different areas of law in New York. She worked in Financial Services, Commercial Business, Real Estate, Civil Litigation, Family Law and Immigration. Through the various experiences Taaha always felt more fascinated by and attracted to the field of immigration law.

Once she completed her JD, Taaha moved back to Toronto and began working in immigration law at Deloitte. While working full time she completed the requisite credentials to sit for the Ontario bar and was also selected to complete her Ontario Articling with Deloitte. Taaha was successfully called to the Bar of Ontario in June 2019.

During her tenure at Deloitte, Taaha provided Global and Canadian Immigration services to employees of major multinational companies. She acquired familiarity and knowledge of the immigration rules and regulations of various countries across the globe. She became proficient in providing wide range of Canadian permanent and temporary immigration services.

Taaha’s extensive experience in the realm of immigration law allows her to deliver excellent candid service to her clients. She understands the individual client’s needs and requirements and is always on the Clients’ side.

Taaha is fluent in Urdu, Punjabi and Hindi. Outside of law, her interests include reading – non-fiction and current affairs, travelling, community service and volunteer work and she is an avid rollerblader and hiker.

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Agri-Food Pilot

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Agri-Food Pilot:about the pilot

The new Agri-Food Immigration Pilot was designed to help address the labour needs of the Canadian Agri-food sector. Debuting in March 2020, this pilot program will run until May 2023. It is aimed at attracting non-seasonal farm and livestock workers who have the intention of settling and remaining in Canada year round. To learn how you can apply for permanent residency in Canada through this new immigration pilot program, continue reading below.

About the Process

To apply for permanent residency through the Agri- Food Pilot, you must meet all of the following requirements to be deemed eligible:

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Spousal Open Work Permit

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Spousal Open Work Permit

Are a spouse or common law partner of someone studying or working temporarily in Canada and looking to work? A Spousal Open Work Permit may allow this. For details on the spousal open work permit, including who is eligible continue reading below

What is an open spousal work permit?

A spousal open work permit allows your spouse or common law partner to work legally in Canada at any eligible employer.

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Canadian Visitor Visa Refusal

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Visitor visa applications are not easily approved by Immigration Canada. They are one of the most complicated and difficult applications to get approved. There are many significant reasons why a visitor visa may be refused. This blog will explain the most common reasons for refusal and how you can better your chances for a successful application.

It is very important for applicants to identify and understand why an application was refused, especially if another application is likely to be submitted in the future. All applications submitted to Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) is reviewed and assessed by an authorized immigration officer. These immigration officers have the discretion and flexibility to determine whether or not the applicant meets all eligibility requirements and is qualified to be issued the visa.

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Reasons for Inadmissibility to Canada apart from Criminality

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Reasons for Inadmissibility to Canada apart from Criminality

When foreign nationals are looking to come to Canada, they must first make sure that they are not inadmissible. Inadmissibility comes in forms other than criminality. Continue reading below to learn how you can be denied entry to Canada for reasons other than criminality

A foreign national can be denied entry to Canada and deemed inadmissible for any of the following reasons and must obtain the proper authorization to re-enter or come to Canada.

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Restoration of status for Immigration

It is common that foreign nationals who are visiting, working or studying in Canada want to stay longer than originally intended authorized stay. If you are looking to extend your stay in Canada, you will need to undergo a restoration of status. To learn more about what restoration of temporary resident status, eligibility requirements and how to apply continue reading below.

What is restoration of status?

As a temporary visitor in Canada, whether studying, working or just visiting, you have an authorized length of time. When the authorized amount of time is coming to an end and you wish to stay longer, you must apply to restore your status within 90 days of the expiry date of your Temporary Resident Visa. This process is known as “restoration of status”

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