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First of all, the number one thing when we do an immigration consultation is we listen. Listening is really, really important because if we don’t know what your immigration problem is or your immigration challenge is, we’re not going to be able to provide you with an immigration solution. So when you speak to us, either by phone or in person, the thing we’ve got to do first is listen to you.
Now, after we listen to what you’re saying and what your problem is or what your issue is, we’ll be able to provide you with an outline of what we can do for you. Hopefully, we can do something. Now, it could be a specific visa that you need, for example, a work permit or a student visa. It could be something along the lines of trying to get through to Canada or the United States, through the border. Whatever the solution is, we’ll try to find what we can do for you.
We’ll then tell you, well, how long is it going to take. How much is it going to cost, and what are the chances of success? Those are the three questions you’re going to want an answer to because, in order for you to make a decision as to what direction you’re going to go, you’ve got to know how much it’s going to cost. How long is it going to take, and what are the chances of success? That’s our job. Our job is to tell you that information.
So after giving you the road map — we call it an immigration road map — as to what is involved, you’ll be able to be in a better position to know where you stand. Immigration consultations are extremely important. Without those, there is really no way for you to know what’s involved, and we’re here to help you every step of the way. Thank you.
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