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COVID-19 FAQs: legal aid services

Last updated April 3, 2022

I have a legal problem and also experiencing domestic abuse. How can I get legal aid help during this COVID‑19 crisis? You can call us at 1‑800-668‑8258 from Monday to Friday from 8 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and we will ensure your application is processed quickly to get you the…

COVID-19 FAQs: Family

Last updated January 27, 2021

On this page: Courts Access Support Serving documents More information Courts The courts are only hearing urgent matters. What counts as an urgent matter? The following are considered “urgent matters” in family court: anything relating to the safety of a child or parent…

COVID-19 FAQs: Immigration and Refugee Law

Last updated April 3, 2022

On this page: Legal aid Refugee claims Refugee appeals Judicial reviews Immigration detention Deportations Work Permits / Study Permits / Visitors Extension H&C Application / Pre-Removal Risk Assessment application Interim Federal Health Benefits More information Legal Aid…

COVID-19 FAQs: mental health

Last updated April 22, 2020

Is the Consent and Capacity Board (CCB) still holding hearings during the COVID‑19 crisis? Yes, but all hearings are now over teleconference with some limited availability for videoconferencing. Details for the remote hearing will be shared in your Notice of Hearing…

COVID-19 FAQs: Criminal

Last updated April 7, 2022

On this page: Legal aid services Court appearances Jails More information Legal aid services I need legal advice about my criminal case. Can I go to the duty counsel office at the courthouse to speak to someone? Our offices in the courthouse are now open to help clients who must…

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