Many people have a long or complex history with Canada Immigration and feel hopeless about their chances to obtain proper status. Applicants who have remained in Canada without status, have been previously removed from Canada, have been refused an application for temporary or permanent residence, are worried about inadmissibility on criminal, medical or other grounds, or who think their situation is unique or impossible, often fail to seek help. For example, you might have remained in Canada without any legal status for years and think you will never obtain status. You might have a Canadian spouse or child but think that you will be deported if you apply for permanent residence. These are very serious issues and it is very important to obtain detailed legal advice, as avoiding the situation often makes it worse. We can review your history and determine if there are any options for you and give you a realistic opinion about your chances for coming to or remaining in Canada.