Avi Gomberg

Avi Gomberg

Gomberg Dalfen

281 de la Commune Street West
Montreal, Quebec, H2Y 2E1, Canada
Phone: +1 514-845-0991
Fax: +1 514-845-1559


Avi Gomberg’s Story

Avi Gomberg is a partner with Gomberg Dalfen having founded his own immigration law firm in 1992 and formed the partnership with Seth Dalfen in 2000. The firm and Avi focus exclusively on immigration related matters and clients include foreign individuals and Canadian employers. Assistance is provided in the relocation to Canada of executives, businesspeople and skilled professionals.

Avi’s three decades of experience in the field and his passion for the domain of Immigration law have made him a successful, passionate and compassionate advocate on behalf of his clients including many multinational corporations and skilled foreigners.

Avi has authored numerous articles, spoken at conferences and moderated panels on various immigration topics (including Canadian temporary work permits, challenges faced when an applicant has medical or criminal difficulties and the Canadian and Quebec permanent residence immigration programs).

LEXPERT has consistently recognized Avi Gomberg as a leading practitioner in Immigration law. Avi has received a Martindale-Hubbell peer review rating of A-V the highest rating attesting to his legal ability and professional ethics.

Avi is fluent in English and French.

Year of Call:

  • Quebec Bar 1988
  • Ontario Bar 1995

Law Schools:

  • LL.B., Osgoode Hall Law School of York University, 1986
  • LL.B., Laval University, 1987


  • Bachelor of Commerce (With Distinction), McGill University, 1983

Selected Client Work:

Obtained immigration work permit approvals for numerous multinational and information technology corporations in need of executive, managerial and specialized knowledge employees.

Successfully obtained Temporary Resident Permits and Rehabilitation for individuals normally inadmissible to Canada due to past transgressions with the law.

Strategized and expeditiously obtained Canadian permanent residence status for many foreigners through the Quebec immigration program and the Canadian immigration program.

Speaking Engagements:

Presentations to the legal community at professional conferences organized by the Canadian Bar Association, the Ontario Bar Association, the Vermont Bar Association, the Boston Bar Association and the American Immigration Lawyers Association.

Has been a speaker on a variety of immigration topics, including work permits, immigration to Canada and Quebec under the skilled worker, family class and investor categories.

Memberships and Activities:

  • Canadian Bar Association Immigration Section
  • Executive member of the Canadian Bar Association Quebec Division Citizenship and Immigration Section (1995 – 2004)
  • Quebec Immigration Lawyers Association
  • Ontario Bar Association Immigration Section
  • American Immigration Lawyers Association
  • Lord Reading Law Society