Suggest a Montreal-based Lawyer?

Old Sep 30th 2003, 3:25 pm
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Rob
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Greets everyone,

Does anyone have direct experience with immigration lawyers or consultants
in Montréal? This forum seems to be for do-it-yourself types, which is
great and all, but not my type : )

My fiancée is Canadian and lives in Montréal - I live in California. I have
plenty saved up, lots of job experience, and speak a little bit of French.
I'm optimistic about my chances, but would prefer to have someone with
experience (esp. with Québec immigration specifics) do the legwork for me.

Suggestions are much appreciated. Thanks in advance!

Rob
 
Old Oct 1st 2003, 8:36 am
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Bl
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I applied for PR in Montreal through a local immigration consultant. I
filed my application in June 2002. I then got my CSQ, filed to the
federal, did my medical etc... According to my immigration consultant,
I should be able to complete the whole application process (i.e get
the landing visa) by the end of this year.

IMO, if you have the time to do a thorough research, I believe you can
follow the whole application process on your own without any problems.
I personally feel more secure by paying for a professional service, as
long as you verify the credibility of the immigration
consultant/lawyer before you make the decision. My immigration
consultant has been doing a good job on my case, I would highly
recommend mine to you. Since I don't want to post his contact on a
newsgroup, send me an email you want any further information. Good
Luck!

Bon


"Rob" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:<0Preb.648552$uu5.105688@sccrnsc04>...
    > Greets everyone,
    >
    > Does anyone have direct experience with immigration lawyers or consultants
    > in Montréal? This forum seems to be for do-it-yourself types, which is
    > great and all, but not my type : )
    >
    > My fiancée is Canadian and lives in Montréal - I live in California. I have
    > plenty saved up, lots of job experience, and speak a little bit of French.
    > I'm optimistic about my chances, but would prefer to have someone with
    > experience (esp. with Québec immigration specifics) do the legwork for me.
    >
    > Suggestions are much appreciated. Thanks in advance!
    >
    > Rob
 
Old Oct 3rd 2003, 3:22 am
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Jonathan Makepeace
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"Rob" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:<0Preb.648552$uu5.105688@sccrnsc04>...
    > Does anyone have direct experience with immigration lawyers or consultants
    > in Montréal? This forum seems to be for do-it-yourself types, which is
    > great and all, but not my type : )
    >
    > My fiancée is Canadian and lives in Montréal - I live in California. I have
    > plenty saved up, lots of job experience, and speak a little bit of French.
    > I'm optimistic about my chances, but would prefer to have someone with
    > experience (esp. with Québec immigration specifics) do the legwork for me.
    >
    > Suggestions are much appreciated. Thanks in advance!

I hired Campbell Cohen http://canadavisa.com/ four years ago and was
very happy with them, always prompt and professional.

I've been living in Montreal for two and a half years now.
 

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