Neena Sandhu

Associate
P: 416-593-3947
F: 416-593-5846
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  • Called to the Bar of Ontario, 2014
  • Admitted to the Law Society of England and Wales, 2004
  • LL.B., England, University of Westminster, 1999
  • Post Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice, England, College of Law, 2001
  • Law Clerk Diploma, Seneca College, 2012
 Overview

Neena has extensive experience in corporate immigration, and is dual qualified, in Canada and England and Wales. Neena provides strategic counsel and customized solutions to a variety of corporate clients in relation to their inbound immigration needs, including CUSMA professional matters, intra-company transfers, LMIAs, reciprocal employment benefits work permits, significant benefits to Canada work permits, temporary resident visas, rehabilitation applications, compliance reviews, citizenship applications, permanent residence applications and inadmissibility issues. She represents individuals and organizations from a variety of industries including engineering, finance, manufacturing and information technology.

Neena’s clients also benefit from the expertise she developed as a Business Immigration Manager/Lawyer for a leading global immigration firm where she represented businesses and individuals on a wide range of corporate immigration matters.

 Education
  • LL.B., England, University of Westminster, 1999
  • Post Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice, England, College of Law, 2001
  • Law Clerk Diploma, Seneca College, 2012
 Practice Areas  Called to the Bar
  • Called to the Bar of Ontario, 2014
  • Admitted to the Law Society of England and Wales, 2004

Recognition

 Memberships

Memberships

  • Ontario Bar Association
  • South Asian Bar Association
  • Canadian Bar Association
 Community

Community

  • Regional Member of the Canadian Employee Relocation Council (CERC)
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