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Hi, I’m Michael Niren. We have a question from someone who asks, “I’m from L.A., California. Your law firm is based in Toronto, Canada. How can you help me?” Well, that’s a really good question, and let me be the one to answer it.
First of all, we are based in Toronto, Canada. Our law firm has been practicing immigration for over 15 years. However, most of our clients, or a lot of our clients, are from people who live all over the world, including Los Angeles, including cities in the United States, all over the world. We are able to help you because immigration law is all about bringing people across the borders from far-away lands.
So our law firm is equipped to deal with clients who live thousands and thousands of miles away. It is not a problem for us. We communicate by Skype. We communicate by email, sometimes by phone, fax, and courier. So it’s not a problem if you physically live far, far away. In the age of technology, it’s a global community and we’re all very close together.
However, if you do find the need to meet up with one of our lawyers, we do have offices all around Canada and the United States, including Los Angeles, so it’s not a problem if in the event that you do require a one-on-one consultation, we can accommodate that. But generally speaking, the vast majority of our clients that we help cross borders are from all over the world.
Now Toronto is one of Canada’s main immigration destinations. It is the fourth largest city in North America, and there is a good reason why we have an office here, because we help a lot of Torontonians or a lot of people coming to Toronto.
So give us a call anytime, and we’ll be here to answer your questions. Thank you.
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