Calgary Legal Guidance Walk-In
Walk-in Time will be weekly on:
Wednesday, 9:00 AM to 11:30 AM
First come, first served basis (no appointments)
We provide information/advice and possible assistance on immigration issues such as:
•Family Class Sponsorships
•Work/Study Permits from within Canada
•Visitor visa extensions
•Applications for Permanent Residence for
•Applications for Permanent Residence on Humanitarian and Compassionate Grounds
•Temporary Resident Permits – including applications brought by vulnerable workers, trafficked persons, and survivors of family violence
Attendees will be expected to provide copies of relevant documents such as correspondence/documentation from Immigration authorities, identification documents, copies of applications already submitted and translations of documents that are not in English.
Attendees will meet in person with a CLG staff member for clinic intake and to receive legal information. Legal advice may be provided directly at the clinic by a lawyer on a case-by-case basis.
Persons should not attend the walk-in clinic if they have symptoms such as fever or cough, if they have tested COVID positive within the last 5 days, or if they have been in close contact with someone who has tested COVID positive within the last 7 days.
The CLG Immigration Team may not be able to see everyone who comes to the clinic during this time. Coming to the clinic or CLG Office does not guarantee we will be able to represent that person or work on their case.
Our immigration intake line remains open, and persons who are not seen can continue to contact (403) 716-6499 for assistance with Immigration matters.
CLG can assist clients with:
Family sponsorship issues
Making a claim for refugee protection
Representation in specially considered cases
Preparing and filing applications for permanent residence
Applying for work permits, temporary resident visas, and study permits
In addition, we offer three free legal advice outreach clinics at the following locations
Offers a wide range of services to immigrants and refugees
Key Resource for immigrants and refugees
Offers a wide range of services for women
A community service that provides assistance to visible minorities
Calgary Legal Guidance is here to support those affected by the situation in Ukraine. Please contact our immigration program at 403.716.6499 for information on the new immigration measures announced by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada to help those affected by the situation in Ukraine.