You are an immigration lawyer in Toronto. How can you help if I live far away?
You are immigration lawyers based in Toronto Canada. We are from LA, California. How can you help us if you are located so far away?
This is a common question we get often. The simple answer is that it doesn’t really matter where you are from, you can be located anywhere in the world and we can help you with your immigration goals.
The reason is that immigration law is all about helping people cross borders who are located in far away places. Our immigration law firm in Toronto is therefore set up for this. We are equipped to connect and communicate with people from anywhere in Canada, the US and overseas including places like Asia, Europe and even Australia. Many of our clients are from far away lands. Our goal is to get people where they want to go whether its for a US or Canadian visa, employee transfer or reuniting with one’s family.
We use technology to help us connect with our clients. Email, Skype, and instant messaging are some ways we utilize technology bring us together. We also have a secure, online case management system that can be accessed anywhere in the world at any time.
We also have immigration offices outside of Toronto in case there is a need for more local representation. We have offices in the US and in other cities in Canada to serve you if necessary. But in the vast majority of cases, our Toronto immigration office is more than sufficient to get the job done for our international clients.
Toronto is the 4th largest city in North America and Canada’s largest city. It is a major immigration destination world wide and thousands of people come to work, visit or live in Toronto each year. It therefore makes sense that our head office is located here so we can not only serve local Torontians but also anybody anywhere.
If you want to immigrate to the US or to Canada, feel free to contact us and we will be glad to help you.
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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