Immigration is complex.
Be represented by a lawyer who is experienced in Canadian immigration and refugee law. Rachael is an empathic advocate focused on immigration and refugee litigation, located in Edmonton.
We strive to bring our clients together with their loved ones as soon as possible, ensuring the details of their unique relationship are understood.
We assist our clients who have fled their home to navigate the legal system, claim asylum and find protection in Canada.
We are serious about your immigration success. Our law office focuses on immigration and refugee hearings and litigation. We advocate for our clients to remain in Canada and to achieve status.
For those who are not able to achieve status through traditional program streams or are inadmissible we advocate for our clients using humanitarian and compassionate (H&C) grounds.
If your application or appeal is rejected, you may request the Federal Court intervene to send the matter back to a new decision maker for redetermination.
HEARINGS AND APPEALS
We prepare for and represent our clients through the various steps needed for their immigration matters before the Immigration and Refugee Board (IRB) including Immigration Division (ID), Immigration Appeal Division (IAD), Refugee Protection Division (RPD) and Refugee Appeal Division (RAD).
We support our clients who are facing removal from Canada through removal order appeals, pre-removal risk assessments, and emergency stay of removal motions before the Federal Court.
Rachael has been practicing immigration and refugee law independently for 10 years. Prior to that, she studied social work and worked to help newcomers experiencing family violence.
Rachael has helped hundreds of individuals, from all backgrounds, secure their status in Canada while navigating complex issues such as criminality, misrepresentation, and medical inadmissibility. She regularly appears before the Federal Court on stay motions to stop imminent deportations. Rachael has also appeared before the Court of Justice, Court of King's Bench and Court of Appeal, in Alberta.
Rachael volunteers her time to provide pro bono legal services on a regular basis. She was previously vice-chair of the Canadian Bar Association immigration section for northern Alberta.
Rachael has a working knowledge of Mandarin.
We recommend RJA Law to friends and family. Working with Rachael meant having peace of mind during processing time and that nothing was missed when documents were submitted due to the thorough work she did. I was very satisfied with how concerned they were for my case and in the end it was successful. Very professional and they will keep you updated all the time!