Welcome to Vancouver’s Immigration Blog

Dear Friends.

My name is Will Tao and I am a Barrister and Solicitor practicing exclusively in the field of Canadian Immigration Law.

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I am an Associate with Larlee Rosenberg, Barristers and Solicitors, one of Vancouver’s leading immigration boutique law firms and among the best Canadian Immigration Law firms in the country.


My goal with this blog is to create a positive space for all things immigrant and all things Vancouver.  As you will see from the left-hand menu there are several sub-blogs.

  • Canadian Immigration Blog is my legal blog, documenting my work as a Canadian Immigration lawyer based in Vancouver;
  • The VIT Blog documents all the great things immigrants are doing in the field of technology with an emphasis on happenings in the city of Vancouver;
  • Inside the Migrant’s Mind covers food, art, music, and all of the creative things Vancouver immigrants are bringing to the Canadian mosaic. It also tackles the challenge of the lack of ethnic spaces in Vancouver; and finally
  • Tao’s Way  is my little sanctuary of writing, poetry, and reflection.


All of the above blogs are supported by amazing writers such as yourselves. To submit a piece for this blog (or if you need immigration advice) please email me at will.tao@larlee.com.


Thanks for stopping by 🙂

Will Tao,
Canadian Immigration Lawyer

2 thoughts on “Welcome to Vancouver’s Immigration Blog”

  1. Hi, Will. Keep writing and inspiring us! You are an accountable immigration lawyer who really handles tough works very well. Moreover, you’ve been being a real honest and generous friend for me.

  2. I just finished recording a new Episode for the Canadian Immigration Podcast. I had the pleasure of inviting Will to join me to talk about life as a Young Immigration Lawyer. It was awesome. If you ever wanted to know why someone would choose the practice of immigration law, you have to listen to Will’s story…..in just one word – inspiring!

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