Immigration in Canada is not an easy process. While it was never truly “easy” for anyone to immigrate to Canada, there have been many different regulatory changes, new laws and more red tape added over the last decade or so. As a result, it would be advisable to hire an immigration lawyer in Toronto to help you out. While immigration levels in Canada are at a record high, that doesn’t mean it’s easy. Many people from all over the world wish to immigrate to Canada on a permanent basis, or perhaps they just want to visit Canada, work in Canada or study in Canada.
Those looking to immigrate to Canada may face obstacles with Canada’s immigration system such as being criminally inadmissible to Canada, not having the proper supporting documentation for their application, experiencing border crossing problems or dealing with refusals and appeals. No matter how difficult your immigration case is, our immigration law firm can help you. We have a combined 30 years experience and we have been serving the Toronto area for over 15 years.
Our immigration law firm has received the Top Choice Award for Top Immigration Law Firm in Toronto three years in a row, while also being nominated yet again for 2013. We have the knowledge and expertise to tackle any immigration case, no matter how difficult it may seem. We are here to help you and treat your case with the attention it deserves. If you are someone or you know someone who wishes to immigrate to Canada, who wishes to obtain a Canadian visa or who is dealing with immigration obstacles, please contact us or use the e-mail form on the right.
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