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The Campbell Cohen Immigration Law Firm offers over 45 years of expertise and is here to assist you achieve your Canadian immigration goals.
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- Work Permits
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- Temporary Residence
- Business Immigration
- Visitor Visas
- Visiting Your Family in Canada
- Canadian Citizenship
- Admissibility to Canada
Meet Our Team
Attorney Daniel Levy
Daniel is a Senior Attorney at Campbell Cohen. Daniel has worked at Campbell Cohen for over 10 years and leads the law firm's Work Permit, Business Immigration, Inadmissibility, and Citizenship practices. Daniel divides his time between the U.S. and Canada to provide legal guidance to clients across a variety of different industries. Daniel obtained his law degree from McGill University.
Tonia is the Department Manager of Temporary Residence at Campbell Cohen. A member of the Campbell Cohen team since 2009, Tonia possesses a wealth of expertise on work permits, Labour Market Impact Assessments (LMIAs), citizenship, inadmissibility, among other areas of Canadian immigration. Tonia is a graduate of McGill University.
Attorney Kara Crudo
Kara is a Senior Attorney at Campbell Cohen. Kara leads the firm's Family Class Sponsorship practice. During her career at Campbell Cohen, she has specialized in a number of areas such as international students and family class immigration. Kara obtained her law degree from the University of Montreal.
Attorney Gabriel Dumitrascu
Gabriel Dumitrascu is a Senior Attorney at Campbell Cohen. Gabriel specializes in economic class immigration, study permits, and family reunification. Gabriel completed his law degree at the University of Montreal.
Matt Hendler is the Director of Admissibility at Campbell Cohen. Matt specializes in inadmissibility issues pertaining to foreign nationals who plan on entering Canada.