Who can help you with immigration in Toronto

If you are only just beginning your immigration journey, it may seem daunting. While there are many different ways of immigrating to Toronto and many different visas you can apply for, the amount of paperwork involved and the requirements you need to sort out to ensure you are eligible can be daunting.

However, did you know that you can get help with the immigration process? You can hire a qualified immigration services professional to help you out. Best Immigration Lawyer Toronto

Choosing an immigration lawyer in Toronto

But not all immigration professionals are equal. For example, you will most often be able to choose between an immigration lawyer and an immigration consultant. An immigration lawyer is someone who has been through law school and has chosen to specialize in immigration while they are also regulated by various governing bodies and held to a high standard.

An immigration consultant may only have to take a few courses and pass a test, while their new regulatory body was just established because their old one was unable to ensure they acted ethically.

An immigration lawyer is also able to give you legal advice, which is something you may require during your immigration journey. An immigration consultant is not allowed by law to offer you legal advice.

Once you have narrowed down your selection, it’s time to determine which immigration lawyer is the best one for you. We have won the Top Choice Award for Top Immigration Law Firm three years in a row (2010, 2011, 2012) and we have been nominated again for this year!

We can help you with your immigration case, no matter how difficult or complicated it seems. If you want to apply for a visa and come to Canada temporarily or permanently, or you are having difficulties like being denied entry to Canada, we can help! Contact us at the phone number above as soon as possible.

Michael Niren

About Michael Niren

Michael is a graduate of Osgoode Hall Law School in Toronto. He is a member of the Law Society of Upper Canada, the Canadian Bar Association’s Citizenship and Immigration Section and the Associate Member of the American Bar Association. Read more

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