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Are you looking to work in Canada or the United States? What about obtaining a study permit or a visitor visa for either of these countries? Many people from all over the world also wish to move to Canada or the United States permanently.
Immigration cases aren’t always so straightforward, and many people from around the globe have difficulties with their immigration cases whether they are denied entry to Canada or the United States, are inadmissible to Canada or the United States, or they have experienced an immigration refusal or denied application.
We are an immigration law firm that is not too large and not too small – meaning we treat each and every case personally and our clients are never treated like “just another file”, while we also have the expertise and resources to help you best. We also have plenty of experience – our law firm has been in business for over 15 years, while our team has a combined experience of 30 years.
Our immigration law firm is proud to have won the Top Choice Award for Top Immigration Law Firm in Toronto for the past three years in a row, with another nomination for 2013! This award is voted on by members of the public.
If you are interested in immigrating to the United States or Canada, or applying for a temporary visa such as a work permit, study permit or visitor visa, we can help you!
We also help individuals who are dealing with immigration difficulties such as being denied entry to Canada or the United States, being inadmissible to Canada or the United States, as well as people who are dealing with immigration refusals and appeals.
Please contact us using the phone number above or by using the e-mail contact form on the right for more information or to set up a consultation!
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