Immigration Appel Solution

Immigration Appeal

Fully remote and easy online process

Start today with our Basic Incorporation tool built for founders, or work with a lawyer for a custom incorporation. Book a demo with our team to explore which option is right for you.

Judicial Review

Refused Visa, Study Permit, and WorK Permit


If the case is not settled and a hearing is needed, another $1,500 will be added to our legal fee.

Permanent Residency Appeal

Starting at


Sponsorship, permanent residency obligation, refugee appeal, and other immigration appeal cases.

Learn more about a Judicial Review.

Fully remote and easy online process

What is an immigration appeal?

Incorporation is a legal process that involves the creation of an independent legal entity that is recognized by the Canadian government. Corporations are the most common business structure in Canada and for good reason; incorporating your business can reduce your tax burden, limit your personal liability, give your business a strong foundation to build on, and more.

What are the seps to hire us?

Choose to incorporate using our Basic or Lawyer-Assisted process.

Most founders decide based on their business complexity and plans for future growth. We are here to help you find the right solution for your business: chat with us today.

Consider your future legal needs.

Add a Goodlawyer Pro membership to your incorporation, save $200 and get specialized legal expertise whenever you need it.

What are your options?

  • 1 named or numbered corporation
  • Private, non-distributing corporation
  • 1 – 10 directors
  • 2 share classes: voting & non-voting
  • Standard share transfer restrictions
  • No business restrictions
  • Articles of Incorporation
  • Uncertificated shares
  • Digital minute book (PDF)

Our Basic Incorporation and Pro-Start Incorporation products cover fees for federal incorporations with an Ontario extra-provincial registration; OR provincial incorporations in Alberta or British Columbia. Having a Federal incorporation with an extra-provincial registration in Alberta or British Columbia incurs additional government filing fees ($275 in AB, $351.50 in BC).