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Old Jan 8th 2004, 6:02 am
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Hi all, I wish to emmigrate to Canada from the UK and am weighing up whether to use an immigration legal firm called Abrams & Krochak in Toronto.
Have any of you had any dealings with this company? If so I would love to know what you think. Thanks all.
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Old Jan 8th 2004, 9:27 pm
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I too am from the UK and looking to emigrate in the next year under the Family Class category, and think some legal assistance would be beneficial. From what i've read on here, some successful immigrants with short timelines have used legal assistance to help speed things up, although i know this is not guaranteed.
Does anyone know about Abrams & Krochak, or Rosenblatt Associates (http://www.immigrate.net).
Also, is it best to use a law firm based in Canada or in the UK?
Thanks for any replies

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Old Jan 8th 2004, 11:58 pm
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I have made use of Matrixvisa and they have offices in India, Qatar and
Canada. I dealt with their Canada office and they were very good. Have a
look at their web site http://www.matrixvisa.com



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    > I too am from the UK and looking to emigrate in the next year under the
    > Family Class, and think some legal assistance would be beneficial. From
    > what i've read on here, some successful immigrants have used legal
    > assistance to help speed things up.
    > Does anyone know about Abrams & Krochak, or Rosenblatt Associates
    > (http://www.immigrate.net).
    > Also, is it best to use a law firm based in Canada or in the UK?
    > Thanks for any replies
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Old Jan 9th 2004, 12:46 am
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"speedwing" <member19738@british_expats.com> wrote in message
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    > I too am from the UK and looking to emigrate in the next year under the
    > Family Class, and think some legal assistance would be beneficial. From
    > what i've read on here, some successful immigrants have used legal
    > assistance to help speed things up.
As mentioned before on the group, using consultants is "NOT"guaranteed to
"SPEED" things up.
Timeframes would appear to remain pretty much the same for both those who do
their own apps and those who use assistance.
 
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Originally posted by helpshiny
Hi all, I wish to emmigrate to Canada from the UK and am weighing up whether to use an immigration legal firm called Abrams & Krochak in Toronto.
Have any of you had any dealings with this company? If so I would love to know what you think. Thanks all.
Hi Both

Myself and my wife are currently and have been for last year using the services of Abrams & Krochak

We have just submitted our completed application under the skilled worker category to Abrams & Krochak on the 05.01.04

I appreciate that we are only in the very early stages of the process but to date Abrams & Krochak have been nothing short of fantastic in dealing with our many, some times to many enquiries

I hope this helps in any way


Regards

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Old Jan 9th 2004, 5:35 am
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On 2004-01-09, speedwing <member19738@british_expats.com> wrote:
    > Also, is it best to use a law firm based in Canada or in the UK?

After April, apparently Canadian immigration will only talk to certified
consultants, and they will only certify Canadian residents or permanent
citizens. So you should definitely use a Canadian law firm.

Peace,
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Old Jan 9th 2004, 12:57 pm
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Hello,

If you wish to retain the services of a law firm, I invite you to consult the following website:

www.immigrationfirm.ca



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Hi all, I wish to emmigrate to Canada from the UK and am weighing up whether to use an immigration legal firm called Abrams & Krochak in Toronto.
Have any of you had any dealings with this company? If so I would love to know what you think. Thanks all.
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