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Talk to our Halifax based immigration lawyer to help your immigration process go smoothly. We offer “pay-as-you-go” and “flat fee” payment options–no retainers required, ensuring that we are the right fit for your budget needs.

Whether you’re looking for citizenship, permanent residency, work visas or temporary residency, we’re here to navigate your path to become a Canadian citizen and Nova Scotia resident. Our immigration lawyers in Halifax will provide you with the knowledge and experience required to help guide you through the process of migrating to Canada.

We will ensure that documents are filed on time, as there is extensive paperwork involved in an immigration application. Missing information or missing deadlines can be the difference between a successful application and one that is rejected. Our Halifax immigration lawyer has experience in representing individuals looking to migrate to Canada and will ensure that you are taking the correct steps in your pathway to citizenship.

Talk to our team today–we are here to open doors and welcome you to our Canadian family.
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Immigration Lawyer in Halifax

Alan Freckelton is Brookshire Law Office's Immigration Lawyer Halifax.

Our Immigration Law Team

Alan Freckelton is the immigration attorney at Brookshire Law Office. Awarded “3 Best Rated” immigration lawyers in Halifax, Alan brings experience of practicing immigration law in three countries.

Our immigration law team is here to help you  make a smooth transition to life in Canada.  We believe it is important for you to find a legal team that  has the right experience to help you with this.  We also feel it is essential for you to be empowered to control your legal budget and that is why we offer flat-fee legal services.

Immigration Law Fees

Control your legal costs with our flat fee services:

*all immigration flat fees are plus $150 admin fee, HST and expenses

Renewal of Permanent Residence Card and Citizenship Applications

Residence Questionnaire for citizenship or permanent residence card renewal applications:
$2,500
Canadian citizenship, Confirmation of Canadian Citizenship, renewal of Permanent Residence Cards:
$3,000 - $5,000
Special Cases:
(depends on the complexity of matter)

Permanent Residence Applications

Atlantic Immigration Pilot:

Employer Designation Application:
$1,500
Endorsement Application and PR:
$6,000 (doesn't include a work permit process)
Expression of Interest/ Express Entry Profile:
$1,500

Economic Class:

Self-employed:
$7,000 - $15,000
Provincial Entrepreneur:
$15,000

Skilled Worker or Experience:

Express Entry and Provincial Nominees:
$8,000
Provincial Entrepreneur:
$15,000
Family Class:
$6,000
TR2PR Pathways:
$5,500 (plus $500 per dependent or spouse)

Temporary Residence Applications (and Extensions)

Visa (inside Canada, for work or study permit-holders):
$2,500
Visa (visit, study, work):
$2,500 - $4,000
Super Visa (longer-term visitor status for parents/grandparents):
$3,500
Labor Market Impact Assessment (LMIA):
$3,000
International Mobility Worker Unit opinion or IMP work permit:
$3,000
Visitor, work or study permits/extensions in Canada:
$2,000 - $3,500
Special Cases Border package (i.e. significant benefit entrepreneur):
$6,000

"Pay-as-you-go" Immigration Fees

$450 per hour

*plus 4% admin fee, HST and expenses

What the

“Pay-As-You-Go”

Payment Option

Does Not Include

Brookshire Law Office is committed to promoting “Access to Justice” for all Nova Scotians, even those unable to afford traditional legal services. Our “pay-as-you-go” payment option for legal services assists those who prefer to represent themselves rather than pay for services that are beyond the constraints imposed by their family budgets. We do not talk to judges, lawyers, or other parties. If you would like traditional legal services, we would be happy to provide you with services at our regular hourly rate.

How to Choose

An Immigration Lawyer

Immigration legal fees are based on the complexity of your case and your migration requirements. The cost range depends on what you want (e.g. permanent or temporary residence) and how many people there are in your family.

Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) does not require you to use an immigration consultant or lawyer. However, the applications and forms can be very complicated to complete alone. An immigration lawyer has experience knowing what is successful. This knowledge can greatly increase the chances of success with your application.

Your immigration lawyers work with corporations and employers to help you understand the legal steps that must first be followed before bringing employees to work in Canada. Your lawyer assists with the immigration applications and forms required, greatly increasing the ease and success of the migration.

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