Rye Law provides a full range of immigration representation. Whether you want to remain in Canada on a temporary or permanent basis, the Law Office of Adela Crossley is here to help you realize your goal of obtaining legal status in Canada. Ms. Crossley has appeared before the Federal Court of Canada on numerous occasions advocating for the rights of refused refugee claimants. Our firm believes that it can be the voice of new immigrants seeking to achieve a better life for themselves and their families here in Canada.

With the ever-evolving area or Refugee Law, and ongoing changes to Canada’s Immigration programs, it is more critical than ever to seek expert legal advice, in order to understand the new immigration landscape being implemented by the Canadian Government. The team at Crossley Law is here to help you navigate the changing immigration laws and to tailor for you the most appropriate way to gain legal status in Canada, whether this may be by way of a sponsorship, a refugee claim, a humanitarian application or via a business application.

At Rye Law, we take the time to assess each client’s personal situation in order to decide which application is best suited for success and we work continuously with our clients throughout the immigration process.

We offer a wide variety of services covering the full spectrum of immigration law areas, in several languages.


  • Assistance with applying for Citizenship
  • Citizens Born Abroad
  • Dual Citizenship

Permanent Residence

  • Family Class
  • Skilled Workers
  • Canadian Experience Class
  • Provincial Nominee Program
  • Business Immigration
  • Humanitarian and Compassionate Grounds

Temporary Residence

  • Temporary Resident Visa
  • Work Permit
  • Study Permit
  • Temporary Resident Permit

Immigration and Refugee Board Hearings

  • Detention Review Hearings
  • Admissibility Hearings
  • Sponsorship Appeals
  • Deportation Appeals

Federal Court Applications

Judicial Review of negative immigration decisions, such as Refugee decisions, Pre-Removal Risk (PRRA) Decisions, in-land spousal sponsorship decisions, etc.

Stay of Removal

Refugees and Protected Persons

Applying from outside Canada

Applying from within Canada

Sponsoring a Refugee (Group of Five, etc.) Pre-Removal Risk Assessment