Canadian Immigration Visa Approved
Dear Ms. Kagabo,
Thank you and many, many thanks for all your hard work, I would like to inform you that I have received my passport last week with an immigrant visa stamped. Also, please be informed that I have received all the documents back from Abu Dhabi Canadian Embassy but unfortunately they haven’t sent me any information on what to expect after the visa stamping.
Furthermore, I would like to share my whole experience with the people who wish to use Niren & Associate services:
First let me preface this by saying that after dealing with previous immigration lawyer we hired botched us by providing fake information and guidance. Although we knew we could do the paperwork ourselves but since my wife recommended taking the help of Niren & Associate in this regards was a brave and smart decision for which I salute her without no doubt.
I am very happy that right from the beginning you guys were great, you have always sent us the concise instructions all the way though the process and helped us with any questions or queries. From our experience, we can honestly say that we would recommend Niren & Associate to anyone who is undergoing the immigration process.
We really appreciate your high degree of professionalism shown as well as the inordinate effort you put into our case. It showed a high degree of dedication to the task at hand.
Thank you once again for the excellent service rendered to us by you and your staff to achieve this very major victory in our life.
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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