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MUNERA welcomes Shahrzad Sekhavati

MUNERA welcomes Shahrzad Sekhavati. Shahrzad joins as an Associate Lawyer within the team. She is licensed to practice in Ontario and Canada. Her litigation and immigration experience brings a valuable asset contributing towards MUNERA’s plans to develop a strong and well regarded team. Shahrzad is fully bilingual in English and Farsi. We look forward to working together and sharing with Shahrzad in this new venture.

MUNERA interviews with the Toronto Star

Toronto Star Article about MUNERA’s latest positive outcome at the Federal Court of Canada addressing the unreasonableness of IRCC in assessing Humanitarian and Compassionate Grounds in a permanent residence application under the Live-In Caregiver Program.

https://www.thestar.com/news/canada/2020/09/15/judge-rips-immigration-officials-who-blamed-a-toronto-nanny-for-their-mistakes-then-said-losing-her-would-help-kids-emotional-growth.html?fbclid=IwAR2hPCvc3pzz1nSrv6NiD3LwDtcEaBu5OoMIQSBvvysu_S0uVm5Ah7G8DPE

MUNERA at the Federal Court of Canada

Congratulations to MUNERA’s Litigation and Immigration departments. Their advocacy and overall great performance at the Federal Court of Canada secured a successful Judicial Review decision at Balarezo v. Canada (Citizenship and Immigration), 2020 FC 841. Congratulations to our lawyers Fatma UyukluBrent Mendiola and . MUNERA’s successfully argued the unreasonableness of IRCC in assessing Humanitarian and Compassionate Grounds in a permanent residence application under the Live-In Caregiver Program.