Ali Esnaashari | علی اسفندیاری
Ali Esnaashari Helping our clients cross borders for over 30 years. We are a full-service Canadian and US immigration law firm Ali Esnaashari was born in Iran and migrated to Canada at a young age, an experience that inspired him to help families and individuals establish their lives in Canada. He is a fluent Farsi speaker and maintains a close connection with his Iranian community.
Ali Esnaashari | علی اسفندیاری After completing his undergraduate studies at York University, and his Juris Doctorate at Osgoode Hall, Ali completed his articling with Legal Aid Ontario, where he gained exposure to family, criminal, and immigration law. As a litigation lawyer at MSK LLP, Ali practices in all areas of immigration and refugee law, with particular focus on issues involving criminality and detention.
- Ali Esnaashari Education
- York University – Osgoode Hall Law School
- Degree NameDoctor of Law (J.D.)Field Of StudyLaw
- Dates attended or expected graduation2012 – 2015
Ali Esnaashari | علی اسفندیاری best Iranian/Persian Immigration Lawyer, Associate at Mamann, Sandaluk & Kingwell LLP, Top Persian immigration attorney in Toronto, ON
Activities and Societies: Osgoode International Law Society,
International Legal Partnership at Osgoode Hall Law School, Critical Research
Laboratory in Law & Society
Activities and Societies: Iranian Human Rights Society at York University
Ali Esnaashari, an associate lawyer in Mamann, Sandaluk, & Kingwell LLPs litigation group has authored an article in the Toronto Law Journal’s May 2017 edition on the consequences of a criminal conviction on permanent residents of Canada. Criminal lawyers are often unsure about the immigration consequences that could befall their client as a result of a criminal conviction.
This article seeks to bring some clarity to the issue, specifically in regards to permanent residents of Canada who have been convicted of a criminal offence under the Criminal Code, RSC 1985, c. C-46. Associate at Mamann, Sandaluk & Kingwell LLP Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Languages: English Full professional proficiency
Farsi Native or bilingual proficiency