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Are you trying to decide how to immigrate to Canada? Are you confused about Canada’s immigration rules and regulations? Do you need someone to guide you and deal with the government on your behalf?
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PanCanadian Immigration Law Group provides professional, cost-effective legal services for all aspects of Canadian immigration.
We will make the process as easy as possible for you, submit your application, deal with Citizenship and Immigration Canada and Service Canada (if required) on your behalf, and answer all your questions along the way.
We can assist you through the process of immigrating to Canada no matter where you live currently, and no matter where decide to live or work in Canada, be it Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver, or elsewhere.
We will ensure personal attention to your file and prompt responses to all of your questions.
We seek to understand your particular needs through open and frequent communication.
Unlike other firms, an immigration lawyer - not a paralegal – handles each file. Our fees are competitive and our service unmatched.
Our firm is small and every client deals with our founder - a first generation Italian-Canadian – who has seen the process from your point of view.
We also provide legal advice, assistance and information to employers and recruiters in Canada with cross-border human resource issues.
Our fees are very competitive and no retainer is required – you only pay once we complete our work on your file.
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