MyVisa.Law Team

Zeynab Ziaie Moayyed

JD, University of Toronto
BComm, University of Toronto (Gold Medalist)
Barrister and Solicitor, Law Society of Ontario
Attorney, New York State Bar

Zeynab has been assisting businesses and individuals with their immigration needs for over a decade. With a practice that merges business and immigration law, she advises clients in a wide range of immigration issues and provides strategic advice for short-term visa planning and long-term immigration purposes.

Zeynab advises multinational corporations, small and medium sized businesses and individuals with regards visa requirements for setting up business operations in Canada, planning for talent mobility and related immigration compliance obligations. Her practices involves assisting business owners and employees obtain work permits and authorizations such as intra-company transfers and Labour Market Impact Assessments (including under the Global Talent Stream). Zeynab is involved in Toronto's tech community and regularly represents Canadian start-ups in bringing foreign talent to Canada as well as assisting start-up companies to come to Canada either through the start-up visa program.

Zeynab regularly represents clients before the Immigration Appeal Division and the Federal Court of Canada representing clients in residency obligation, sponsorship or removal appeals and applications for judicial review as well as other types of enforcement matters. She is an ardent advocate for use of using technology to better deliver legal services and increase access to justice. She regularly speaks and writes on the topic of immigration and citizenship law developments and policy.

Leah Junor

JD, Osgoode Hall Law School, York University, Canada
BSocSc, University of Ottawa
Barrister and Solicitor, Law Society of Ontario

Leah works on a wide range of immigration matters.  She routinely advises clients and works on applications for judicial review at the Federal Court of Canada for a diverse range of visa refusals. She regularly assists clients with applying for temporary and permanent resident applications, including  work permits and Start-up visa applications.

Leah's practice includes advising international students from the start of their studies in Canada, planning for eligibility under the Federal Skilled Work or Canadian Experience Class or Provincial Nominee Programs, applying for Post Graduation Work Permits and permanent residency. She assists international students and temporary workers maintain their status and resolve visa issues that may arise.

Before joining our firm, Leah completed her articling term in the field of immigration and refugee law where she worked on humanitarian and compassionate applications, pre-removal risk assessment applications, and applications for judicial review for both immigration and refugee matters.
She is fluent in both English and French with intermediate knowledge of Spanish.

Fareha Shahzad

JD, University of Windsor, CanadaJD, University of Detroit Mercy School of Law, United States
HBA, University of Toronto
Barrister and Solicitor, Law Society of Ontario 

Fareha completed her articles at Visa Law Group and is now an associate lawyer. During her time at the firm, Fareha has worked on a diverse range of immigration matters including but not limited to: judicial review applications at the Federal Court of Canada, a wide range of complicated temporary resident applications, business visa applications and family class applications. 

Fareha routinely assists businesses and professional clients in applications such as intra-company transfers, significant benefit work permits, LMIA based work permits as well as Express Entry applications.

Fareha is fluent in English, Urdu, and Hindi and can understand Punjabi. 

Veys Inci

JD, University of New Brunswick, Canada 
SHBA, York University, Canada

Veys has completed his articles at Visa Law Group . During his time at the firm, Veys has worked at various immigration matters ranging from temporary resident applications to business visa and family class applications as well as applications for judicial review at the Federal Court of Canada for wide variety of temporary residence application refusals.

Veys is fluent in English, French and Turkish.

Noshin Ullah

JD, Lincoln Alexander School of Law, Toronto Metropolitan University

HBSc, University of Toronto

Noshin is an articling student with a background in clinical and legal research and an interest in the practice of immigration and refugee law.