Economic Mobility Pathways Pilot

March 29, 2023

Many refugees and displaced persons are in a position to quickly contribute to the labour market. On March 27, 2023, the federal government announced the Economic Mobility Pathways Pilot (EMPP)…

Consultation FAQs

June 30, 2022

Find answers to some frequently asked questions about our consultations.

Amandeep Hayer Presenting on “Waking Up Canadian”

January 20, 2022

Changes to citizenship law in the past decade have resulted in many more people discovering that they are Canadian citizens. Join Amandeep Hayer in an upcoming webinar titled “Waking Up Canadian” with the Legal Education Society of Alberta (LESA).

Why Clients Request Consultations

January 17, 2022

Most legal matters are far more complex than they first appear. Clients therefore want to speak with an expert so that they do not risk their time, money, and opportunity. We encourage you to request a consultation today by contacting us here or calling 604-642-0842.

Our Hours Have Changed

January 14, 2022

Sedai Law Office is pleased to announce that our lawyers now offer consultations on the weekend. Our office remains dedicated to ensuring you receive the legal immigration advice you need, when you need it. Book a consultation here or call us at 604-642-0842.

Marina Sedai Presenting on “Hey you’ve started your own firm, now what?”

January 7, 2022

A new firm faces numerous challenges in the first few years of operation, from making key decisions on hiring staff to knowing how to grow and promote its business. Join Marina Sedai, a panelist on an upcoming webinar , as she shares her tips on marketing, hiring considerations, practice management, and much more.

Amandeep Hayer on CollegeCast

November 17, 2021

Amandeep Hayer was a guest speaker on episode 7 of the CollegeCast podcast titled “Canadian Immigration with Amandeep Hayer”. In this podcast, he discussed permanent residence options, COVID-19 challenges, and compliance risk students commonly face.

US Plea Bargains and Inadmissibility to Canada

October 14, 2021

A foreign national may be inadmissible to Canada on grounds of serious criminality. Depending on the severity of the criminal conviction, the potential bar of admission could be 5 years, 10 years, or permanent.

Marina Sedai Presenting on “Starting Your Own Law Practice”

October 11, 2021

Running a practice comes with many hurdles and requires knowledge, skill, and expertise. Join Marina Sedai, one of the panelists on an upcoming webinar where she will share her insights and hard-earned lessons over many years of running her own successful practice.

Marina Sedai Presenting on Canadian Immigration for UBC Postdoctoral Fellows

October 7, 2021

Marina Sedai will present “Immigration Law for Postdoctoral Fellows” at UBC. This webinar will address how to identify and navigate the many pathways for Post-Docs to immigrate to Canada and to deal with inadmissibilities that might arise.