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Benefits of Applying with a Canadian Immigration Attorney

Do you know: Working with a Canadian Immigration attorney can save time and money in the long term?

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Every day we hear sad stories of people working with unscrupulous consultants or applicants who apply on their own and then something goes wrong and they need our help. While we love helping people come to Canada, unless we represent you on your immigration application, we cannot give you legal advice as this would be a breach of ethics.

Regardless of the price a consultant is charging you it is a waste of time and money if they aren’t going to assist you with your application. Knowing who to trust is a very valuable commodity in the Canadian Immigration field.

Working with the Canadim law firm can save you time and money in two major ways:

  1. Every time a visa officer has a question about your application this creates a significant delay in processing. It can also mean your application is sent back to you and you need to reapply. At Canadim we carefully review and prepare your application to visa office standards. This minimizes any back and forth with the visa office and your application should be processed quickly and efficiently.
  2. We get it right the first time. Having your application returned to you could spell disaster for your Canadian Immigration plans. For instance, if you failed to complete a minor form or provide a document in a specific format, the visa office can send your file back to you. In the event that you are applying under an immigration program where there is a quota of how many applications they will accept, which is the majority of the programs available, by the time you re-submit you could find your quota has been filled. Given the demand for Canadian Immigration, they don’t keep a space open for you and your chance to apply is over unless you are lucky enough to qualify for another program, but given the current Canadian Immigration climate, it is unlikely.

When you become a Canadim client you benefit from our years of experience in the Canadian Immigration field and the peace of mind that a Canadian Immigration Attorney is looking out for your best interests. Immigration Attorneys also have right to attend your immigration interview with you (in the event you are called for one) and can ensure you are fairly treated and well prepared.

To learn more about the difference between an immigration consultant and an immigration attorney please click here.

But before you get started with us you need to be eligible to apply. Find out your options by taking our free online assessment form today.

Hope to see you all in Canada very soon!

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The Canadim Team!

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