Bar Admission 2015
Law degree, Université de Montréal (LLB)
Certificate in Intensive Spoken Chinese, Shanghai Jiao-Tong University
Degree in Real Estate Brokerage, Collège de l’immobilier du Québec
A Montreal lawyer, Arnaud joined our team in 2018 after practicing for three years in the Montreal area.
His practice focus on immigration, business, international and real estate law. As for international operations, he provides support to Canadian clients doing business abroad, as well as to foreign companies and investors doing business within Canada.
His clientele is very diversified and is composed of Canadian businesses, foreign businesses, Canadian individuals and foreign individuals.
- Application for Citizenship
- Application for Permanent Residence
- Application for Temporary Resident Visa
- Business Law
- Commercial Law
- Global Talent Stream Work Permit Application
- Immigration Law
- International Affairs
- International Law
- Real Estate Law
- Work Permit Exemption
I am motivated by finding creative and innovative solutions in order to meet the needs of my clients.
I firmly believe that community involvement must be at the heart of each company's priorities. For this reason, I have been involved in several organizations over the years. For example, I am a national panel member for the Herbert H. Carmegie Future Aces Awards and provincial panel member for the Prix Forces Avenir as well as a member of the Board of Directors of the Rotary Club of Old Montréal.
Changes to Travel Restrictions for Immediate Family Members of Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau made a new announcement on June 8th, 2020, regarding the reunification of Canadian citizens and permanent residents as well as their immediate families.
Analysis of Proposed Changes Under the New Draft MIFI regulations
Reform of the Quebec Experience Program (PEQ), Pilot Project on Recruitment of Orderlies, Pilot Project on Recruitment in the Artificial Intelligence and Information Technology Industry
COVID-19: temporary foreign workers, seasonal workers and international students will soon be able to cross the Canadian border
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