Our Immigration Lawyer Services: Compliments or Complaints. We want to hear from you!
Your Immigration Lawyer is listening!
Of course we love compliments! As immigration lawyers, are mission is to get immigration and visa results for our clients and have them leaving pleased with our immigration services.
And we always ask for feedback. We want to know how we did in servicing you for your US or Canadian immigration or visa case. Were we responsive, did the process go smoothly, and on time? Were we professional in our dealings with you? Sometimes we do “drop the ball” and when this happens we also want to know about it. Why? So we can pick it up and get things back on track for you with minimal delay.
We are partners in the Process: Immigration Lawyer and Client!
Immigration is a tricky business. Dealing with the Canadian and US immigration bureaucracy is not easy but it’s what we do best. Filling out forms is only a small part of the process. Putting together all the supporting documents, getting the right information and submitting and monitoring the application goes in each and every case we handle.
But most importantly, we consider you, our clients, partners in the process and therefore encourage your input about our immigration services along the way. We want to do the best job we can for you and yes, your immigration lawyer, would love it hear about it!
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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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