Temporary Resident Permit Renewed year after year for 6 years!
It’s hard to believe its been almost 6 years since I contacted Michael Niren to ask for help. After giving some thought to this entire process I can truthfully say that Niren & Associates has delivered on everything that they said they would do.
Michaels’ personal touch on my initial filings for the TRP application gave me quite a bit of reassurance that I could get through this process. To say the least, this has been a difficult process to go through. But having such an amazing team working on my several applications throughout these years is really refreshing to see.
While MIchael was my initial contact, I’ve actually worked with a number of folks through the years at your firm, with yourself being the final lead attorney.
While the faces may have changed, the quality of the service has not from team to team. As you might imagine, this past year has been a trying process knowing that I’m so close to getting this behind me. I can promise you that I have learned a valuable lesson and will continue to behave myself when I cross the northern border to visit Canada.
I appreciate all the support you and your team has provided me and I look forward to getting this rehab completed and “in the rearview mirror”. If Niren & Associates ever needs a reference, please do not hesitate to ask.
Again, Thanks in Advance and please keep me posted on the Rehabilitation application process.
Douglas E. S
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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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