Before retaining our Canada immigration law firm, you will first want to know that you are eligible for a Canada Immigration (permanent resident) Visa or for temporary entry to Canada.

For this purpose, we offer you the following Canada immigration services, free of charge:

Personalized assessment of your qualifications

Simply complete and submit our online eligibility questionnaire. We will promptly review your particular qualifications and advise you as to your likelihood of Canada immigration success.

Email responses to your inquiries

If you require information about our services or the Canada immigration process, submit an inquiry and we will be pleased to answer your questions.

Telephone discussion with a member of our law firm

You may speak to us directly about your qualifications and/or the Canada immigration services we offer.

 

Contact us today to get the information you need. We encourage you to take a free immigration assessment before you discuss your options with a member of our team.

 

LEGAL DISCLAIMER

Our responses to your inquiries at this stage (before you retain our law firm) are intended for informational purposes only. Such responses do not constitute legal advice, nor do they substitute for legal advice.

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