Jatin Shory is a litigator who fights for his clients in various immigration and refugee matters across Canada. Jatin has assisted many clients across Canada, specifically, in appealing various spousal sponsorship refusals or loss of status determinations for those in Canada to the Immigration Appeal Division, submitting applications for permanent resident status on humanitarian and compassionate grounds, and taking negative decisions including those issued on Pre-removal risk assessments, visitor visa, study permits, work permits and at tribunal hearings to the Federal Court of Canada. He also handles various border matters at the Immigration Division including detentions, removals, emergency stay of removal applications, inadmissibility to Canada, and temporary resident permits.
Jatin began his journey in immigration law by joining his family firm and developing the immigration practice. Since creating this practice, Jatin has continued to pursue opportunities that allow him to become actively involved in his community. This includes volunteering his time with various pro-bono legal clinics, immigration settlement organizations, and as an Executive Member of the Canadian Bar Association Alberta South Immigration Section.
Jatin Shory has also been called in the past to the Canadian House of Commons to provide witness testimony on current immigration policy and procedures.
Outside of practicing immigration law, Jatin enjoys spending time outdoors, taking advantage of the beauty of Alberta’s rocky mountains. When he is not volunteering or working, Jatin is keeping up to date with the world of eSports, having competed at a regional level in his past.
- Board of Directors, Calgary Bridge Foundation for the Youth
- Secretary, Canadian Bar Association Immigration Law (South) Section Executive
- Youth Mentor, Calgary Centre For Newcomers – RealMe Program
- Pro-bono lawyer, Calgary Legal Guidance (CLG)
- Pro-bono lawyer, Calgary Immigrant Women’s Association
- Pro-bono lawyer, Centre for Newcomers
- Member, Legal Aid Alberta