Manbir Mattu, B.A., LL.B. (Honours), is an Associate Lawyer at the Deer Lake Law Group, practicing Immigration Law and Civil Law. To facilitate the best possible result for his clients, he regularly appears before every division of the Immigration and Refugee Board (IRB) and Federal Court of Canada, Supreme Court of British Columbia and Provincial Court. Obtaining a fair and reasonable outcome is Manbir’s top priority.
After completing law school in 2012, Manbir worked in Punjab, India, where for several years, he focused on Civil Law. In 2019, he received his Certificate of Accreditation from the National Committee on Accreditation / Federation of Law Societies of Canada and is now, a proud member of Law Society of British Columbia.
As a member in good standing with the Canadian Immigration Lawyers’ Association (CILA), and an immigrant to Canada himself, Manbir has a keen interest in Immigration & Refugee Law. Specifically, he handles Refugee Protection Claims, Judicial Reviews, Misrepresentation, Removal Orders, Mandamus, Intra Company Transfers, Permanent Residence Applications, Work Permit-LIMA, Startup Visas, Super Visas, Work and Study Permits, Foreign Worker Programs, Parent and Grandparent Sponsorship, Temporary Resident Visas (TRP), Business Visitors, Family Class and Spousal Sponsorship applications. Providing customized services that are uniquely aligned with the objectives and circumstances of every immigration client ensures that all parties have a clear understanding of their immigration options, costs and risks.
As a Civil Law litigator, Manbir represents clients in Provincial and Supreme Court, dealing with matters pertaining to Partnership Disputes, Breach of Contract, Small Claims, CRT, Arbitration, Tenancy Disputes, Construction Law, Builder’s Liens, Estate Litigation and more. Manbir is also an experienced solicitor, and handles the drafting of Wills, Enduring Powers of Attorney and Representation Agreements.
Fluent in English, Punjabi and Hindi, Manbir is eager to assist clients in the language that they prefer to speak so that they feel more at ease when dealing with their legal matters.