Immigration Lawyers in Canada and the United States
A licensed immigration lawyer (or licensed immigration attorney in the United States) can offer you great guidance and assistance when it comes to applying for any kind of visa or immigration in both countries.
Immigration and applying for visas for the United States or Canada are not easy processes. In fact, they can be quite difficult and full of red tape that is often confusing and frustrating.
Why hire a licensed immigration lawyer or immigration attorney
There is plenty of information on immigrating to the United States or Canada available online, or from your friends and family. However, not all of this information (no matter how well-intentioned) may be accurate or trustworthy. In addition, you may not be able to find the information online or elsewhere that specifically relates to your own case, as every immigration case is different. We can help you.
If this is your first time applying for immigration or applying for a visa for the United States and Canada, you may find the process daunting or have many questions for which the answers aren’t easily available or relevant to your own situation.
As licensed immigration lawyers and attorneys in the United States and in Canada with over 30 years combined experience, we have handled thousands of immigration cases and we have dealt with many cases similar to your own. While this could be your first time applying for immigration or for a visa, we have done it many, many times.
By hiring an immigration lawyer, you are ensuring that your application and immigration future in the United States or Canada are in the best possible hands. Let us help you with the process – no matter how easy your case seems or how many obstacles you think are in your way. Contact us at the phone number above or by using the form on the right for answers to your questions.
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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