Summary
Representative Work
PUBLICATIONS/PRESENTATIONS
Community Involvement

Darren is Canadian immigration lawyer based in Vancouver. He has represented a wide range of clients, including business and individuals, to facilitate the entry of foreign nationals into Canada both as temporary residents and permanent residents. He assists clients who are already in Canada with permanent residence applications, citizenship applications, and the renewal of their temporary resident status as visitors, workers and students.

Darren obtained a degree in history with an extended minor in English before beginning law school at the University of British Columbia in 2004. After graduating in 2007, Darren articled at a Langley, British Columbia firm before returning to Vancouver to practice in immigration law, corporate/commercial law, real estate and wills and estates. Darren joined Larlee Rosenberg as an associate in 2015 where he focused his practice on immigration law.

  • Successfully represented clients on permanent resident applications
  • Facilitated the entry of workers into Canada as intra-company transferees
  • Assisted corporate clients in bringing temporary foreign workers into Canada, including engineers, dentists, record producer, trades, hair stylists, administrative assistants, and corporate positions
  • Received approval on work permit, visitors visas and study permits for clients who had previously received denials from CIC
  • Successfully represented clients re-enter Canada who had previously been ordered to leave
  • Obtained temporary resident permits for clients with past criminal convictions to facilitate entry into Canada
  • Obtained temporary resident permit for client already in Canada with past undisclosed criminal conviction
  • Assistant clients with Canadian citizenship applications
  • Obtained citizenship certificates on behalf of clients
  • Received nominations through the British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program
  • Assisted clients with purchases of Canadian businesses
  • Successfully argued against CIC request that did not comply with regulations on a permanent residence application under the family class

“Express Entry” CBC News television interview, December 2014

  • Volunteer lawyer, Access Pro Bono (2012 – Present)
  • Direction/Secretary, University of the Fraser Valley Alumni Association (2006-2013)
Summary

Darren is Canadian immigration lawyer based in Vancouver. He has represented a wide range of clients, including business and individuals, to facilitate the entry of foreign nationals into Canada both as temporary residents and permanent residents. He assists clients who are already in Canada with permanent residence applications, citizenship applications, and the renewal of their temporary resident status as visitors, workers and students.

Darren obtained a degree in history with an extended minor in English before beginning law school at the University of British Columbia in 2004. After graduating in 2007, Darren articled at a Langley, British Columbia firm before returning to Vancouver to practice in immigration law, corporate/commercial law, real estate and wills and estates. Darren joined Larlee Rosenberg as an associate in 2015 where he focused his practice on immigration law.

EDUCATION / BAR ADMISSIONS

  • Bar Admission, British Columbia, 2008
  • J.D., University of British Columbia, 2007
  • B.A., University of British Columbia, 2004

PROFESSIONAL INVOLVEMENT

  • Member, Law Society of British Columbia
  • Member, Canadian Bar Association

Community Involvement

  • Volunteer lawyer, Access Pro Bono (2012 – Present)
  • Direction/Secretary, University of the Fraser Valley Alumni Association (2006-2013)
Representative Work
  • Successfully represented clients on permanent resident applications
  • Facilitated the entry of workers into Canada as intra-company transferees
  • Assisted corporate clients in bringing temporary foreign workers into Canada, including engineers, dentists, record producer, trades, hair stylists, administrative assistants, and corporate positions
  • Received approval on work permit, visitors visas and study permits for clients who had previously received denials from CIC
  • Successfully represented clients re-enter Canada who had previously been ordered to leave
  • Obtained temporary resident permits for clients with past criminal convictions to facilitate entry into Canada
  • Obtained temporary resident permit for client already in Canada with past undisclosed criminal conviction
  • Assistant clients with Canadian citizenship applications
  • Obtained citizenship certificates on behalf of clients
  • Received nominations through the British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program
  • Assisted clients with purchases of Canadian businesses
  • Successfully argued against CIC request that did not comply with regulations on a permanent residence application under the family class
Publications/Presentations

“Express Entry” CBC News television interview, December 2014

EDUCATION / BAR ADMISSIONS

  • Bar Admission, British Columbia, 2008
  • J.D., University of British Columbia, 2007
  • B.A., University of British Columbia, 2004

PROFESSIONAL INVOLVEMENT

  • Member, Law Society of British Columbia
  • Member, Canadian Bar Association