Viguiliouk Law | Legal Services
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ABOUT

Maryana Viguiliouk is a Barrister & Solicitor in Ontario whose law practice is dedicated to helping individuals, families, and businesses with their Canadian immigration challenges and aspirations.

♦  Relationship oriented and results driven
♦  Focused on providing a high quality experience at a reasonable price
♦  Dedicated to understanding your unique circumstances and finding a solution tailored specifically for you


CORE PRINCIPLES

♦  Integrity, illustrated through ethical and professionally responsible conduct and practice

♦  Scholarship and leadership, through substantial intellectual training and development of legal skills, competence and expertise

♦  Pride, with an appreciation for the history and tradition of the profession and its modern contribution

♦  Independence and loyalty

♦  Spirit and enthusiasm

 

 


IMMIGRATION SERVICES

 

Temporary Residence

Temporary Resident Visas

Electronic Travel Authorization (eTA)

Temporary Resident Permits

Work Permits

Study Permits

Post-graduate Work Permits

Extending Your Stay or Restoring Your Status

Permanent Residence

Family Class Applications

Express Entry

Canadian Experience Class

Federal Skilled Worker

Federal Skilled Trades

Provincial Nominee Program

Caregiver Programs

Humanitarian and Compassionate Grounds Applications

Relinquishment of Permanent Residence

Citizenship

Eligibility

Dual Citizenship

Citizens born abroad

Assistance with Citizenship Questionnaire

Revocations

Business Immigration

Business travel assessments, business visitor visas and other business traveler programs

Labour Market Impact Assessments

NAFTA professionals (coming to Canada)

CETA professionals

Federal Business Class

Provincial Nominee Programs

Refugees and Protected Persons* (*limited intake)

Basis of Claim (BOC) Preparation

Applications for Refugee Status

Private Sponsorship of a Refugee

Pre-Removal Risk Assessment Submissions (PRRA)

Appeals to the Refugee Appeal Division (RAD)

Judicial Reviews of Negative Refugee Claims

Judicial Reviews of Negative Pre-Removal Risk Assessments

Immigration Litigation

Refugee Appeals

Sponsorship Appeals

Citizenship Appeals

Residency Obligation Appeals

Admissibility Hearings

Deportation Appeals

Deferral Requests and Stay Motions

Other Immigration Matters

Requests for Information (ATIP)

Responses to Fairness Letters

Requests for Reconsideration of Refusals

Applications for Rehabilitation

Legal Opinions


OTHER SERVICES

 

List of Our General Legal Services

Notarizing the copies of various documents

Commissioning documents and affidavits

Preparing consent letters for children travelling abroad

Drafting of Affidavits

Drafting Letters of Invitations

Legalization (Apostil) of Documents

Notarial and Commissioning Services

At Viguiliouk Law as part of our general legal services we offer notarization and commissioning of various types of documents. Whether you need to certify a true copy of your document or commission a document that requires you to confirm the truth of its content before a commissioner of oaths, we are happy to help you with these matters.

We will notarize and/or commission your first document for a fee of $50. Any subsequent document notarized or commissioned during the same appointment will be charged a fee of $20.


DISCLAIMER

The content of this website is provided for information only and it is not legal advice. Any communication through our website intended only to facilitate the booking of a private consultation to discuss your specific legal needs. If you contact Viguiliouk Law, it is for information only and it will not make you a client of the firm or create a solicitor-client relationship. You will only be a client of the firm when we have agreed to act for you and sign the retainer agreement.

Please do not send confidential information, any documents or details about your case via the contact form. Information transmitted via this website may not be secure and cannot be treated as confidential. We cannot review your documents or give you legal advice until we have accepted you as a client, which consists of signing and returning to us our Retainer Agreement.