Sas & Ing.

Catherine Sas and Victor Ing’s Immigration Law Centre provides advice and assistance to individuals, families and businesses on all categories of Canadian Immigration. Our clients range from corporations seeking to do business in international markets or transferring personnel, to individuals who wish to live and work in Canada or re-unite with family members. Sas & Ing’s Canadian Immigration services include Work and Study permits, Permanent Residence applications including Express Entry, PNP and Family Class, Temporary Residence Visas, Family Sponsorship, Citizenship and Citizenship Appeals and Federal Court Judicial Review applications.


June 16, 2016

Meet with Catherine in Washington September 19, 2016

Catherine will speak at the IBA Conference in Washington, DC about Middle and low-skilled worker shortages in light of the migrant currents in the EU and elsewhere.

March 14, 2016

Meet with Catherine in India April 2 – 4, 2016

Catherine will be travelling to Chandigarh, India to meet with clients April 2 – 4, 2016. Kindly contact our office by phone or email to arrange an appointment with Catherine in India.

November 2, 2015

Catherine Sas and Victor Ing joined forces to form Sas & Ing Immigration Law Centre.

They combine over 30 years of immigration law experience to bring advice and assistance to individual and business clients on all forms of temporary entry into and permanent residence in Canada.

Blog Posts

Does Canada Need More Temporary Foreign Workers?

August 16, 2016

As long as there are immigration programs in Canada there...

“Studying in Canada as a path to permanent residence: What International students need to know”

August 2, 2016

Canada welcomes over 120,000 international students each year. ...

The Ins and Outs of Implied Status in Canada

July 18, 2016

I am often approached by people who wish to extend...

Visitors, Students and Workers: Be prepared for entry to Canada!

July 12, 2016

Temporary entry to Canada - whether as a visitor, student,...

Immigration Opportunities for Lower Skilled Workers in B.C.

June 28, 2016

Canada welcomes tens of thousands of workers every year to...