I applied for a Canadian Immigration almost a year ago as a same sex couple with my partner as my sponsor. The attorney’s office asked for a lot of things that we considered to be personal (photos, cards, emails, letters,etc) and assured us all this was necessary to establish the truth in the relationship…at times we thought there was nothing more they could ask for..it has taken almost a year but I am happy to say that this week I received in my hand my passport with my Canadian Permanent Residence Visa inserted.
All along the way we dealt with several folks at Niren and Associates, but we are most happy with Johanna Karatsoreos…she made sure that we were kept informed of any new developments in our case, and did not hesitate to provide us with answers to any questions that we had. Her professionalism and dedication to the client made us comfortable with the entire process. And to the rest of the folks at Niren and Associates, we appreciate all your hard work and dedication in making our dream become a reality.
Sincerely Robbie H.
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