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Brendan Sheridan


Queen’s Marque
600-1741 Lower Water Street
Halifax, N.S.
B3J 0J2



Language(s) spoken: English

Bar Admission(s): Ontario, 2017; Nova Scotia, 2019

Legal Assistant(s): Linsay Newell

Brendan advises businesses and individuals on their Canadian immigration path. He guides Canadian and foreign-based organizations on possible routes to bring in foreign workers to fill a labour shortage, to bring in a foreign employee possessing specialized knowledge, or to allow the company to have the necessary personnel in place to fulfill the terms of a contract. Brendan’s representation of clients include:

  • Providing immigration strategies for businesses needing to bring foreign workers to Canada and to individuals seeking to extend their temporary resident status or seeking permanent residence.
  • Assisting employers with Labour-Market Impact Assessment (LMIA) applications, and LMIA-exempt applications and advising them on their resulting obligations.
  • Working with individuals to determine their eligibility for temporary residence and to obtain work permits, and visitor visas.
  • Providing guidance to individual clients on pathways to permanent residency and assisting them with building these applications.
  • Guiding clients with regards to immigration matters being assessed by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada, Service Canada and Canadian Border Services.

Education & Career


Dalhousie University Schulich School of Law, JD, 2015
Mount Allison University, BA (Honours), 2012


Member, Canadian Bar Association
Volunteer, Pro Bono Project, Schulich School of Law, 2012

Thought Leadership


“Avoiding and Dealing with a Study Permit Refusal”, Memorial University

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