Robin L Seligman Professional Corporation – Canadian Immigration Law Firm
People generally tend to be more comfortable, relaxed and confident when they are personally referred to a company and or individual to obtain professional advice, especially advice in the legal field. Since the launching of its Legal Division, Topnotch Employment has established strategic relationship with prominent professional organizations in the Legal and Immigration field. One such organization is the Canadian Immigration Law Firm.
Robin L Seligman Professional Corporation is a law firm that is exclusively devoted to the practice of Canadian immigration law. The firm facilitates the transfer of personnel and individuals between foreign countries and Canada whether to immigrate, to work on temporary assignments, to study, visit, sponsor spouses or other relatives, apply under PNP’s or appeal refused applications. Clients are local and multinational businesses, associations, and, not-for-profit organizations, professional firms and individuals. Whether it is contentious issues, unexpected roadblocks or troubleshooting urgent and complex situations, we are extremely qualified to manage time sensitive and complex immigration issues.
Robin L Seligman is past Chair of the National Citizenship and Immigration section of the Canadian Bar Association as well as Past Chair of the Ontario Bar Association, Citizenship and Immigration section. She lectures on Canadian Immigration law at the Law Society of Upper Canada as well as the Canadian Bar Association and is regularly quoted in Canadian National Newspapers and also appears on television. She is also certified as a specialist in Immigration law by the Law Society of Upper Canada and is regularly listed in Lexpert and Whose Who as a top recognized specialist by her colleagues. Robin L Seligman Professional Corporation is well respected, reliable and extraordinary service to our clients is the cornerstone of our success.
Robin Seligman, Barrister & Solicitor
Certified as a Specialist in Immigration Law
by the Law Society of Upper Canada
30 St. Clair Ave West