Since its founding in February 2012, New Era Immigration law firm has provided strategic business immigration solutions to more than 206 organizations, including multinational companies spanning industries such as entertainment, consumer products, IT, investment firms, food and beverage processing, finance, pharmaceuticals, engineering, real estate, natural resources, and communications, among others.

With an exclusive specialty in U.S. and Canadian immigration—including Québec, New Era Immigration has emerged as a leader in the field of business immigration in a relatively short period of time.  Located in Montréal, Québec, New Era combines strategic vision with thorough and up-to-date knowledge of ever-changing immigration laws to provide a boutique-like approach to clients around the globe.  Lawyers are available around the clock to offer support to clients and promptly resolve urgent immigration matters as they occur.

Our attorneys consider themselves business immigration strategists. The New Era Immigration team is adept at processing a large volume of business immigration cases and prides itself on the ability to mobilize collaborative efforts with large companies by obtaining work permits for employees destined throughout Canada and the U.S.  Large multinational organizations are invited to contact New Era to take advantage of our competitive rates and great turn-around time.  New Era also provides turn-key immigration solutions to corporate law firms on a case by case basis and has established strong relationships with leading law firms throughout Canada.

New Era’s team of lawyers, consultants, and paralegals is prepared to serve you in English, French, Italian, Spanish, Chinese (Mandarin), Russian, Hungarian, Arabic, Hebrew, and Lithuanian. Additionally, the firm’s lawyers and consultants are members of recognized immigration bodies in both Canada and the U.S., such as the American Immigration Lawyers’ Association (AILA), the Canadian Bar Association (CBA), Québec Immigration Lawyers' Association (AQAADI), and the Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council (ICCRC).