Immigration Law Clerk


Toronto, ON, CA

Date:  Oct 10, 2021




As a Law Clerk, you will work as part of a team dedicated to developing and preparing timely-filed Canadian and U.S. immigration applications for corporate clients (and their employees) as well as high net worth individuals.


Skills and responsibilities include, but are not limited to, the following:

•    Delivering high volume, challenging Canadian and U.S. business immigration services
•    Implementing various visa strategies to deliver on clients’ business needs and mitigate immigration risks
•    Drafting complete application packages for review by the firm’s lawyers
•    Preparing applications for Canadian work permits, temporary resident visas, temporary resident permits, permanent residence applications, and citizenship/passport matters
•    Preparing applications for United States work permits, nonimmigrant visas, nonimmigrant waivers, permanent residence applications, and citizenship/passport matters
•    Completing draft forms, offers of employment, and other tasks that support the preparation of Canadian and U.S. immigration applications
•    Ensuring that applications are filed in a timely manner and following up with immigration authorities, in connection with pending applications 
•    Ensuring that the firm’s lawyers are at all times advised of client-related issues, which may come to your attention
•    Using technology (including INSZoom) and digital initiatives to enhance the client experience.
•    Reviewing your work for quality, accuracy, and relevance
•    Staying abreast of changes in immigration law, regulation and policy


What You Will Bring to This Role
•    Comprehensive knowledge of Canadian business immigration law (knowledge of U.S. business immigration law considered an asset), as evidenced by at least five (5) years of relevant full-time work experience as an immigration law clerk.
•    Law Clerk Diploma and/or University Degree considered an asset
•    Analytical and problem solving skills within a fast-paced environment
•    Ability to locate and research information efficiently, to use it effectively, and to evaluate the quality of the information
•    Excellent English verbal and written communication skills, including the ability to relate to people at all levels
•    Excellent data analytic skills and reporting abilities
•    Ability to effectively prioritize and organize tasks
•    Ability to work both independently and as part of a team
•    The ability to multi-task, proactively resolve any issues that arise, and work effectively under pressure in order to meet deadlines

*We thank all applicants who apply, only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.  






Equal Opportunity Statement

Inclusion and diversity (I&D) are fundamental to who we are at Dentons Canada and essential to the success and strength of our firm. Our forward-thinking, inclusive culture promotes and supports the professional development of our diverse talent, the leading services we offer to our clients, and positive social change. As a testament to our commitment to I&D, we are recognized as one of Canada’s Best Diversity Employer’s for 11 consecutive years (2011-2021) and one of Canada’s Top Employers for Young People (2021) for the fourth time.

Dentons Canada is an equal opportunity employer and we welcome your application. All employment decisions, including hiring, will be made without regard to age, ancestry, citizenship, colour, creed, disability, ethnic origin, family status, gender assigned at birth, gender identity, marital status, place of origin, race, sexual orientation or any other characteristic protected by applicable human rights legislation. 

To support and embrace your diverse skillsets, talents and experiences, we are committed to providing you with an inclusive, barrier-free and accessible workplace to support your success. Should you require accommodation during the recruitment process, for example as a result of a disability, please contact us at careers.canada@dentons.com.