Miranda Sinclair
Miranda Sinclair
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Miranda Sinclair is a Calgary-based lawyer focusing her practice in labour and employment, and immigration representing both businesses and individuals.  

Miranda has experience in both US and Canadian immigration matters, allowing her to assist clients on both side of the border. In her practice, she has successfully helped individuals and employers with applications to the US in both immigrant and non-immigrant categories. For non-immigrants, Miranda has experience in B-1s, E-2s, E-3s, F-1s, J-1s, L-1s, TNs, P-1s and criminal inadmissibility waivers. In relation to immigrant applications, she has experience in PERMs, I-140s Multi-National Manager, I-130 Spousal Sponsorship and I-485 Adjustment of Status applications. In her Canadian immigration practice, she has experience in temporary residence applications, intra-company transfers, NAFTA professionals, and permanent residency applications. 

Miranda has assisted multi-national companies around the world manage their immigration program, ensure compliance and develop strategies for anticipated policy changes. 

Value to Clients

It is important I truly understand the heart of a clients issue in order to bring them a practical solution to their problem.”    

Outside the Office

In her spare time, Miranda is usually found in the mountains hiking, snowshoeing or skiing. She enjoys trying new restaurants and travelling as often as she can. 

February 24 + March 10
2020 - A Year in Review Webinar Series
Register now for the Field Law Labour + Employment Group's annual Year in Review, presented via webinar. Join us for legal updates and practical challenges for management and employee groups. Both sessions will be submitted to CPHR Alberta for ...
November 2020 - 2 min read
The Status of Immigration: Looking Beyond COVID-19
Workwise Newsletter
This year has been tough on the world. All levels of government are consistently implementing new strategies in hopes of counter-balancing the negative effects of COVID-19. In the last month, two major announcements have been made that will affect Albe...
September 2020 - 7 min read
Immigration Update: What Changed Over the Summer?
Field Law Blog
March 20, 2020
COVID-19: Employment + Immigration Do’s and Don’ts
Learn what employers and employees can and can’t do during the pandemic, and how travel restrictions will affect Canadians. Presented by Christin Elawny and Miranda Sinclair this webinar will discuss up to date information on the ever-evolvi...
March 2020
Key Cross-Border Points for Canadians to Consider at this Time
Things are changing every day in the wake of COVID-19. Unanticipated consequences have begun to cause a fury of questions and unknowns.  The below aims to address both the immigration and tax concerns as it relates to those with assets and ties to...
February 2020
Can Border Officers Search Your Phone?
A few months ago, and despite widespread criticism, the Canadian government passed legislation allowing US border officers to conduct warrant-less searches on Canadian soil.  The Pre-Clearance Act implemented a bilateral treaty betw...
February 2020
An Employer’s Guide to Managing the Coronavirus in the Workplace
While the public risk associated with the Coronavirus in Canada is still considered low, employers should prepare antidotes for the various workplaces issues that arise in the wake of large-scale threats to health. Below are some frequently asked quest...
January 2020
When a Door in the US Closes, Another in Canada Opens
Immigration Alert
It is not news to anyone that travelling to the US or obtaining a legal US work permit has been increasingly difficult over the last few years. Under the current administration, there have been extensive procedural and policy-related changes which ofte...
Winter 2020
2019 - A Year in Review Seminar Series
Join the Field Law Labour + Employment Group for our annual seminars featuring legal updates and practical challenges for management and employee groups.Part 1 has been approved for 1.75 CPD hours and Part 2 has been approved for 2.25 CPD hou...
December 2019
Cross-Border Workforce Trends in 2020
Workwise Newsletter
As we approach 2020, employers have increasing options for bringing skilled workers into Canada, while opportunities for employees to head south, to the United States, are increasingly limited. Field Law's Immigration Group projects three trends to...
Federation of Law Societies of Canada, 2016, Certificate of Qualifications
University of Oklahoma College of Law, 2015, J.D.
University of Oklahoma College of Business, 2012, Bachelor of Commerce, Marketing