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Deer Lake Law Group - Burnaby Lawyers
We help you navigate your immigration journey to make your immigration dreams come true.
At the Deer Lake Law Group, we have a team of dedicated Immigration Lawyers and Immigration Paralegals (with ICCRC training and experience) who take a client-centered approach to find you the most appropriate pathway to Canadian Permanent Residence or Temporary Residence.
We stay up to date on the ever-changing immigration landscape and policies set out by IRCC – Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada. With this knowledge, we will guide you to the best path for your future in Canada:
As Immigration Lawyers, we use our in-depth legal expertise to provide solutions to difficult immigration issues. We handle Inadmissibility and Denied Entry files such as:
Previously Refused Applications
Procedural Fairness Letters
Federal Court Hearings
Alternative Dispute Resolution
Humanitarian and Compassionate Considerations
We offer services in Chinese (Mandarin and Cantonese), Hindi, Korean, Portuguese, Punjabi, Russian, Ukrainian, and Urdu. Please call at (604) 430 2345 or email us at email@example.com
Deer Lake Law Group – Burnaby Law Firm With a team of Burnaby Immigration Lawyers. We Want to make your Immigration Process less stressful for you! We are committed to helping you understand the legal Immigration processes in Canada. A Deer Lake Law Group Burnaby Immigration Law Lawyer can answer general questions about Canadian Immigration Law & the Canadian Legal Process. As a full-service Law Office Located near Deer Lake and Metrotown, A Deer Lake Law Group Canadian Immigration Lawyer can assist clients & help with questions about canadian permanent residency, canadian spousal sponsorship, canadian immigration laws, canadian immigration and citizenship, common law sponsorship, a canadian permanent residency application, apply for canadian permanent residency, canadian immigration citizenship, canadian spousal visa, canadian family sponsorship, canadian immigration sponsorship, study permit, Canadian Work Permit, Studying in Canada