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Welcome to Jafari Law where we offer customized legal representation for your differing legal needs. We serve the legal needs of domestic and international clients in a variety of areas of law, and do so in four languages—English, Farsi, Spanish and Turkish. Thank you for taking the time to visit our site. Please feel free to contact us with questions or for a consultation.
At Jafari Law, we understand how stressful legal matters can be. Our dedication to customer service means that you bring us your legal concerns and we bring you the peace of mind that your legal matter will be tended to with utmost care and professionalism. We are diligent in understanding your needs and priorities to ensure the most appropriate representation strategy for your situation.
From intensive work in immigrant communities in Canada and abroad, to owning and operating a mid-sized corporation, to drafting policy for foreign governments, founder and lead counsel, Pantea Jafari, is well versed in understanding the needs of multiple stakeholders. She has worked with governments, NGO’s, international law firms, and immigrant communities to develop a practice that demonstrates excellence in representing the differing needs of each client.
Please feel free to contact us for a consultation, or with questions or concerns.
It's hard to keep up with the whack-a-mole problems across all lines of IRCC. Just finished settling 20+ WP refusals in the Start-Up program for lack of understanding by officers of program requirements; now seeing similar refusals for WP under the Self-Employed program.Extra points if you can guess the visa post? .... Yep, Ankara again! Sean Fraser, what is happening at this visa post?! The officers seem to have no understanding of the program criteria they are applying, nor the Court's findings on the issues raised therein?!?Please contact our office if you have a pending Federal Self-Employed application and have received a refusal of a WP pursuant thereof.#immigration#canada#selfemployed#workpermit#workpermitcanada#iranianartist#iranianart#immigrationlawyer... See MoreSee Less
What is the significance of the Tafreshi case that you keep hearing about? In this video, we discuss how the group of 110 applicants were able to gather evidence to demonstrate that their refusals were a result of a calculated decision by the Minister and his agents to deprive the applicants of their rights to procedural fairness. Watch the video now to learn why this case is significant for anyone applying for a visa and how group litigation can be an effective tool to challenge problematic and increasingly automated decisions. ... See MoreSee Less