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Old Feb 19th 2013, 7:18 am
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Hi there

I am new to this site, my partner and I are in the early stages of immigrating to canada, we attended a canada live forum on saturday and had a chat with dennis brazalot! We paid £20 there and then for a meeting which we have still to attend. I have heard horror stories about this company after a bit of research when we got home! Is there anyone who has dealt with them recently who could share their experiences?
Does anyone know of any reputable immigration lawyers or independent people who would be a bit more reliable? we are possibly going to go down the DIY route but would like to pay for someone to check over the documents.

ps - we are based in glasgow, scotland

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When you say DIY there are over 60 different ways to emigrate and become a PR. Which ways are you looking at and more specifically which area of Canada? More details required to give you more detailed info.
This site gives some specifics not that Im suggesting you get a lawyer etc.
http://www.canadavisa.com/
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Old Feb 19th 2013, 7:31 am
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hi, my partner qualifies under the skilled working visa, we plan to move permanantly and are looking at toronto!!
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hi, my partner qualifies under the skilled working visa, we plan to move permanantly and are looking at toronto!!
Read this link re Ontario PNP programme.
http://www.ontarioimmigration.ca/en/pnp/index.htm

BTW house prices in Toronto not the GTA as a whole are not cheap either.
http://www.thestar.com/life/homes/20...13_report.html
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Originally Posted by bright15
Does anyone know of any reputable immigration lawyers or independent people who would be a bit more reliable? we are possibly going to go down the DIY route but would like to pay for someone to check over the documents.

ps - we are based in glasgow, scotland

Thanks
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There is a parallel thread about Brazelot and alternatives in the main Canada area at present....
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