Mackenzie Alexandra Johnson
Mackenzie Alexandra Johnson is a highly competent Canadian Immigration lawyer who has dedicated her professional life to helping individuals and families navigate through the complex process of immigrating to Canada. Based in New York, Mackenzie brings with her over 25 years of experience in immigration law.
Having worked extensively on all aspects related to immigration into Canada, Mackenzie possesses an enviable reputation among clients around the world seeking quality representation for their immigration needs. She understands that every case and individual are unique, which means customized solutions must be developed for each client’s specific situation.
Mackenzie’s vast knowledge spans across several fields including business class applications such as investors or self-employed persons; family sponsorships including spousal sponsorship applications; study permits and work visas; refugee claims; citizenships and permanent residency matters amongst others. With an impressive track record spanning two decades plus five years within this field she can handle any issue arising from Citizenship & Immigration Canada (CIC) policies confidently.
As a seasoned lawyer with exceptional expertise in various areas of Canadian Immigration Law practice, Mckenzie has been sought after by many organizations and individuals globally due here extensive skill set acquired during her lengthy career practicing exclusively Canadanian Immigation Law coupled with strong communication skills backed by well-developed cultural awareness make her standout in handling cases involving international migrants looking forward gaining entry into Canda legally
Some legal issues which have arisen regarding Canadian Immigration include eligibility requirements for certain programs specifically Business Class Programs where some applicants may not qualify because they do not meet financial threshold criteria hence resulting foreign nationals going back home even before filing application wherein situations where temporary residents illegally extend beyond initial length time permitted causing serious consequences like deportation orders being issued thereby disqualifying them from future visa issuance regardless if you are still eligible under current program rules.
Another issue regards sponsorship agreements between spouses whereby sponsors should not only provide basic necessities but also moral support throughout entire duration resident period stipulated at onset making sure beneficiaries meet residency obligations and adjust to life in Canada during their stay. This can be challenging due to cultural differences, miscommunication or unexpected events that may arise causing rifts between parties risking sponsorship implications for the foreign individual.