Need immigration help in Toronto?
We are a Toronto based immigration law firm first.
I say that because we have offices all over Canada and the US. We help people with your their immigration needs where ever they are located. But we started here in Toronto and this is where our head office is. Immigration is a complex area of law that requires constant training and practice in order to properly serve clients. Our firm is all about keeping up with the latest Canadian and US immigration rules and regulations that constantly change.
Getting Immigration Help in Toronto
Toronto is an immigration hub with so many cultures. As Canada’s biggest city, Toronto remains a main attraction for immigrants world wide. But there are many Torontonians themselves who also need immigration help. Some have family members who live in Toronto without proper immigration status; some wish to move to the US. There are so many different cases we handle for Torontonians and for those connected to Toronto.
Immigration lawyers based here are very busy! We are fortunate to have worked in this great city for over 15 years. Over the years, we have handled 1000s of cases ranging from corporate immigration to deportation cases. I am fortunate to have witnessed many successes and have been a part in changing the lives of many. There are some cases of course that did not go our way but for each case we take on we do our best to get results for our clients in Toronto and other cities and countries.
What Immigration Services for Toronto do we provide?
We handle all Canadian and US immigration matters including permanent resident cases such as sponsorships, employment based visas and investor visas; we also handle US work visas, Canadian work visas, and litigation cases such as deportation cases, appeals and removals of all sorts. Also if you were denied entry to Canada or to the US, we can assist you as well. Basically, all types of immigration cases are dealt with at our firm. I
So if you need help in Toronto with immigration, we are here for you!
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