Corporate Immigration Law Firm
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Corporate Immigration Law Firm is engaged exclusively in the practice of Canadian, U.S. and foreign immigration and consular matters. Our firm facilitates the transfer of individuals between foreign countries and Canada whether to immigrate, to work on temporary assignments, to study, or to visit.
We are experienced, well regarded and reliable. We provide extraordinary service to clients. Our clients are some of the most recognized corporate names in the world. We represent local and multinational businesses, associations, not-for-profit organizations, professional firms and individuals.
Contentious Issues. Unexpected Roadblocks. Troubleshooting in urgent and complex circumstances. We are uniquely qualified to manage time sensitive, contentious and unusual immigration issues and recognize the importance of swift resolution for the individuals involved.
Our view is that retaining a law firm to secure a visa, work permit, study permit, permanent resident status, or citizenship or deal with inadmissibility should not be like purchasing a commodity. We provide professional legal services, which to us means we are here to serve you, your family, or your employee, as the case may be, with regard to the very important experience of legally migrating to another country.
Our goal is to maintain and expand our excellent reputation with our clients, the legal community and with government, and to continue to provide personalized services that enhance our clients’ experience in the complex and often intimidating immigration environment.
well-equipped to handle all immigration matters. Our clients include:
- International mining companies
- Financial institutions
- Software developers
- Chemical companies
- Food manufacturers and distributors
- National retail firms
- Engineering consulting firms
- Construction and demolition companies
- Automotive and automotive parts manufacturing
- Power generation firms
- Restaurant chains
- Entertainers, models and agencies
- High-Tech manufacturers
- Industrial manufacturing and technology companies
- Industrial service companies
- Management consulting firms
- Sporting associations and athletes
- Accounting firms
Barbara Jo Caruso
+1 416 368 6222
Joel S. Guberman
Lainie M. Appleby
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