Ranjit Dhaliwal, RCIC, Q.Arb
With a combination of over 18 years in the legal field, Ranjit Dhaliwal has worked on some very important precedent setting cases in Canada as a Paralegal. He has worked with all levels of court including the BC Supreme Court, BC Court of Appeal, Federal Court of Canada, Federal Court of Appeal, Supreme Court of Canada, various federal boards, commissions and tribunals, and the departments and agencies of the Government of Canada. Legal research is one of Ranjit Dhaliwal’s passions.
Ranjit Dhaliwal graduated from the prestigious University of British Columbia and received the coveted RCIC designation in 2016. Becoming a licensed Immigration Consultant was a well thought out decision that would take his legal experience and apply it to complex immigration matters.
An Arbitrator since 2018 specializing in commercial contract disputes, I.C.B.C., and sports arbitrations, Ranjit Dhaliwal has the analytical thinking skills that are part of the process in making and writing decisions. Decisions are based on fact and law, and he understands what a decision maker is looking for when writing immigration submission letters. Ranjit Dhaliwal has been on a literary writers’ panel as a judge for the Writer’s Union of Canada and has written for the Literary Review of Canada as a literary reviewer. He is also a trained negotiator and mediator.
Not only has Ranjit Dhaliwal advised and represented clients on immigration matters, he has been sought out by other Immigration Consulting firms on a contract basis for his specialty of writing submission letters on Humanitarian and Compassionate grounds applications.
Ranjit Dhaliwal has been called upon by mainstream news media to discuss immigration trends in Canada.
As an Occupational Health and Safety professional, Ranjit Dhaliwal is also a graduate of Ryerson University. Conducting investigations is essential in making OH&S decisions, which keeps workers safe in their workplaces, and assists employers in understanding their obligations under provincial and federal laws.
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