Immigration Lawyers in Toronto
Are you thinking of immigrating to Toronto in the near future? Immigration to Toronto is a huge opportunity, especially considering that Toronto is one of the – if not the – most multicultural cities in the entire world. In addition, the city of Toronto is known as a city of neighbourhoods – there are many cultural enclaves and so many languages spoken in the city, that it is more than likely you will find many people from your community in Toronto and feel right at home.
But immigration – whether you want to become a permanent resident of Canada or come to Toronto on a temporary basis – is not an easy process.
How can a Toronto immigration lawyer help me?
If this is your first time being involved in the immigration process in Canada, you may not know what to expect or where to begin. An immigration lawyer is a huge asset when it comes to navigating this difficult process.
For example, you may not know which immigration stream is right for you, or what visa you’re looking for. Or, you might think you do and want to be sure. In addition, you’ll want to make sure that you have all of the supporting documents you will require ready to go and to submit with your application package.
There may even be further steps that you will need to take with regards to your case, including hearings, interviews or appeals.
While this could be your first or second time in the immigration process, an immigration lawyer who is licensed and experienced will have assisted many people previously who are in situations just like yours. In addition, they will be equipped to offer you assistance, guidance and advice much better than friends, co-workers or family can – no matter how smart they may be.
Please contact us for assistance with your immigration process, whether you are applying for a visa or you have an immigration obstacle you need to overcome – we can 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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