Seyfi Sun

Seyfi Sun is one of the esteemed associates of Lewis & Associates. He was called to the Law Society of Ontario in 2020, having earned his Legum Magister degree from the University of Toronto in 2018 with high distinction.

Prior to his call, Seyfi was practicing at a boutique immigration law firm as an articling student. He also worked as a legal assistant at several immigration law firms in Toronto, assisting clients and lawyers with their applications and gained vast experience in immigration and refugee law in Canada.

Seyfi practices in all areas of Canadian Immigration Law, he provides assistance and advice to clients, both individual and corporate, with various aspects of immigration law such as temporary and permanent residence applications, citizenship, admissibility, sponsorship, and appeals of immigration applications. He mainly focuses on business immigration applications and provides consultation to investors who wish to immigrate to Canada.

Seyfi also has law practice experience in Turkey. After graduating from the law school in Istanbul, he completed his internship at the Istanbul Bakirkoy Courthouse. Simultaneously, he was working as an intern lawyer at a respectful law firm specialized in Corporate Law. He also has experience in Debt Enforcement and Bankruptcy Law and accomplished many successful Debt Enforcement procedures in Turkey.

With his legal background in both Turkey and Canada, Seyfi helps many clients from Turkey and all around the world. He is passionate about corporate law practice in Canada and plans to help clients to improve their businesses after their immigration processes are done.

Aside from his professional career, Seyfi also mentors many students in Canada and Turkey who wish to become lawyers in the future. He also mentors lawyers from various countries who want to be accredited in Canada.

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