Imitation is the best form of flattery…

I try to see things in the best possible light.

Having respesented thousands of people over the years with their immigration problems has, I guess, conditioned me to try to extract and make the best of the good out of sometimes very bad situations.

Well, in keeping with tradition, I have observed that, after being on the net for over 10 years, many other immigration law firms who will remain nameless, have tried to “extract” our online contributions, calling them their own. In other words, there are copy-cats out there!

But we like to think we are the “real thing”, as we were one of the first sites in Canada to create a comprehensive immigration blog covering both US and Canadian immigration law and topics. We were also one of the first to lauch a YouTube Chanel, Twitter and Facebook Page which we hoped would give you, the Internet user, credible, relevant and current immigration information.

We are very proud of our work and you have certainly casted your votes making us one of the most popular immigration law sites in North America. We thank you for your loyalty, feedback and business. And we look forward to bringing you more “firsts” in terms of delivering you immigration information using the latest technologies.

As for you copy-cats out there, you know who you are and I believe so does the public. Perhaps instead of reading my blogs, think up of some ways of your own to add original content and ideas. You will find it way more rewarding.

Michael Niren

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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