Immigration Law

  • Immigration Lawyers in Chandigarh

    Animals have been migrating from one country to other since their existence due to obvious reasons like food, shelter, reproduction and weather conditions. The reason of immigration in case of human beings are also quite similar like weather conditions, job opportunities, per capita income, peace, education, crime etc. The movement of people from one country to other in order to find a suitable place to live, work, settle, especially as citizens or permanent residents. As suggested by economic research, migration is beneficial to both: sending and receiving countries. India, especially Punjab region is known for the number of immigrants settled abroad. Immigration Law is the field of law dealing with various requirements and implications of Immigration. The best Immigration Lawyers in Chandigarh provide appropriate guidance for Visa application and appeal.

    Immigration to any country would be regulated by its own laws, international treaties and conventions including United Nations Convention on the Protection of the Rights of All Migrant Workers and Members of Their Families, Universal Declaration of Human Rights (1948) and the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (1966).

    Most suitable countries in the recent times for immigration are USA, Canada, Australia, Singapore, Germany, New Zealand, Norway, Spain, France, United Kingdom, Brazil, Russia, Argentina, Saudi Arabia and United Arab Emirates. Immigration law, procedure, requirements and time varies from country to country. Usually, after clearance of the legal process which includes personal verification, documents scrutiny and interview, the applicant is granted permanent residency (PR) and after complying with the requirements of a particular country, citizenship is granted. If PR is denied to an applicant, most of the countries have a system of appeal.

    What is the process followed by best Immigration Lawyers in Chandigarh ?

    Before applying PR/ citizenship of any country, it is advisable to understand the process of application, requirements, various categories, finances and qualification. Our best Lawyers for Immigration Law in Chandigarh ensure that your application meets all the requirements. The history of the applicant including criminal record and character has a huge impact on the immigration. In most of the western countries, drunk driving offences are dealt very seriously during immigration. While applying for immigration, the applicant must disclose all the details truthfully in the form. Any false detail or concealment will result in rejection. Most common mistake that people make is to fall under the trap of illegal immigration. The team of our best Immigration Lawyers deal with the most difficult cases of appeals upon refusal of Visa. We advice that timely and informed action must be taken in cases of refusal.

    Immigration Law

    B&B Associates LLP

    Advocates & Legal Consultants

    Head Office SCO 45-46, Sector 11, Panchkula, 134109

    • Best Immigration Lawyers and Immigration Law Advocates In Chandigarh

      Immigration Lawyers in Chandigarh
      Immigration Lawyers in Panchkula
      Immigration Lawyers in Faridabad
      Immigration Lawyers in Dehradun
      Immigration Lawyers in Delhi
      Immigration Lawyers in Noida
      Immigration Lawyers in Delhi High Court
      Immigration Lawyers in Punjab and Haryana High court
      Immigration Lawyers in Supreme Court of India
      Immigration Lawyers in Mohali
      Immigration Lawyers in Tricity
      Immigration Lawyers in Greater Noida
      Advocates for Immigration Law in Chandigarh
      Advocates for Immigration Law in Panchkula
      Advocates for Immigration Law in Faridabad
      Advocates for Immigration Law in Dehradun
      Advocates for Immigration Law in Delhi
      Advocates for Immigration Law in Noida
      Advocates for Immigration Law in Delhi High Court
      Advocates for Immigration Law in Punjab and Haryana High court
      Advocates for Immigration Law in Supreme Court of India
      Advocates for Immigration Law in Mohali
      Advocates for Immigration Law in Tricity
      Advocates for Immigration Law in Greater Noida

  • Immigration to Canada – Changes in Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program

    Immigration to Canada – Changes in Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program With the intent of streamlining Immigration to Canada via the MPNP, the Manitoba Provincial Government has made certain changes to existing routes of immigration and has introduced a new route of immigration. In this post we take a look at the changes made. On November […]

    Read more
    Humanitarian and Compassionate Grounds – Immigration Appeal – Canada

    Humanitarian and Compassionate Grounds – Immigration Appeal – Canada Immigration to Canada is subject to strict procedures. One of the tacit considerations of immigration is the conduct of the immigrant until they have received their citizenship. In this regard, the Supreme Court of Canada has given a leading decision in a case titled as “Canada […]

    Read more
    Immigration Appeal in Canada – Right to Appeal

    Immigration Appeal in Canada – Right to Appeal In an Immigration Appeal in Canada the provisions of the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act (IRPA) and the Immigration and Refugee Protection Regulations (IRPR) pertain to sponsorship appeals, removal orders and residency obligations. Appeals lie before the Immigration Appeal Division (IAD) of the Immigration and Refugee Board […]

    Read more
    Three most common visas filed by the best immigration lawyers in Chandigarh for Express Entry in Can ...

    Three most common visas filed by the best immigration lawyers in Chandigarh for Express Entry in Canada Millions of people around the globe choose to immigrate to Canada for various reasons i.e., setting up of business, study, permanent settlement etc. Now, one may hate it as much, but, like in the most parts of the […]

    Read more
    Temporary Resident Visa, Canada – Frequently Asked Questions

    Temporary Resident Visa, Canada – Frequently Asked Questions What is a Temporary Resident Visa for Canada? Millions of visitors around the World visit Canada each year for much needed vacations, or to visit family or friends or for business trips.  Such visits are categorized as Temporary Visits and for this purpose a Temporary Resident Visa […]

    Read more
    Nri Education Law

    NON RESIDENT INDIANS – EDUCATION SYSTEM Who are Non Resident Indians? NON RESIDENT INDIAN: An Indian citizen or a foreign citizen of Indian origin/roots who stays in foreign lands for employment/carrying on business or under prospects indicating an intention for an uncertain duration of stay abroad is NON-RESIDENT INDIAN. Definition: FEMA 2000 defines NRI’s as […]

    Read more
  • No Record Found
  • The Passport Rules 1980

    Short title and commencement- (1) These rules may be called the Passport Rules, 1980. (2) They shall come into force from the date of their publication in the Official Gazette. Definitions-  In these rules, unless the context otherwise requires, – (a) “Act” means the Passports Act, 1967; (b) “Form” means a form set out in Sch. III; (c) “Miscellaneous service” in […]

    Read more
    Passports Act 1967

    1.Short title and extent. —(1) This Act may be called the Passports Act 1967 (2) It extends to the whole of India and applies also to citizens of India who are outside India. Definitions. —In this Act, unless the context otherwise requires, — (a)  “departure”, with its grammatical variations and cognate expressions, means departure from India […]

    Read more
    Passport Entry Into India Act 1920

    1.Short title and extent —(1) This Act may be called the Indian Passport Entry into India Act 1920 (2) It shall extend to the whole of India, Definitions. —In this Act, unless there is anything repugnant in the subject or context, — “entry“ means entry by water, land or air ; “passport“ means a passport for […]

    Read more
  • No Record Found