We do not live in Toronto, Ontario. Can you still be our Immigration Lawyers?

Immigration to Canada from Asia, Australia, India, China, Pakistan and Eastern Europe

Q. We are from outside of Toronto but wish to hire your immigration law firm to represent us. Can you take on our case?

A . Many of our clients ask whether, we as immigration lawyers, are able to represent clients or potential clients who reside outside of Toronto or Hamilton.

The interesting point here is that a large percentage of our clients are not residing in Toronto, Hamilton, Ontario or even Canada. In fact, much of the legal work we do involves helping people living outside of Canada to obtain Canada visas such as Canada work visas, study visas or temporary resident visas (visitor visas) or Canadian permanent residence.  We also help Canadian citizens living in other Canadian cities and provinces get Visas to the US.

Immigration to Canada and the US from around the world

Our immigration law firm is set up to facilitate representation of people living anywhere in the world! Many of our clients are from the US and such far places like Australia, India, China, Pakistan, Eastern Europe and Asia.  As immigration lawyers our role is “bring you to us” wherever you live. With modern technology, we communicate with you by email, fax, phone or courier. In the near future, we are also setting up video conferencing facilities to enable us face-to-face communication with our clients in real time. So regardless of where you live, our Immigration lawyers from Toronto or Hamilton can help bring you to Canada or to the USA.

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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