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Deciding to immigrate to Canada is one of the most important decisions you will make in your life. Over the years, our law firm has assisted more than 10,000 individuals obtain Canada Immigration (permanent resident) Visas and become successfully established in Canada.

Some of the reasons to retain our Canadian immigration law firm for your Canadian immigration needs include:

  • Increased Acceptance Rate

Statistics don't lie. You can submit an application for a Canada Immigration Visa on your own, but your chances of success are higher if you are represented by a qualified and experienced Canadian immigration lawyer.

  • Efficient Application Processing

A perfected application will move through the process to visa issuance more efficiently than an application that contains errors. We are meticulous in our preparation of Canadian immigration applications and supporting documents.

  • Proven Track-Record

During the last 35 years, our law firm has succeeded in obtaining Canada Immigration Visas on behalf of 10,000 individuals and family members. You may read client references and learn more about our pro bono activities.

  • Avoid surprises

Citizenship and Immigration Canada Officers have specific expectations with regard to the presentation of your qualifications. Failure to meet those expectations will, at the very least, cause a delay in the processing of your application and may even result in a refusal of the application.

  • Peace of Mind

You can focus on your day-to-day activities secure in the knowledge that we are concentrating on the preparation and progress of your Canadian Immigration application.

  • Confidentiality and Trust

We are authorized by Citizenship and Immigration Canada to represent you in the Canadian Immigration process. You are protected by the fact that we are members in good standing of the Canadian Bar Association, provincial law societies and the American Immigration Lawyers Association and you can rest assured that we hold clients' information in the strictest of confidence.

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