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Ackah Law’s Virtual Office is Business As Usual

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Ackah Law’s Virtual Office is Business As Usual

The health and safety of our team, our families, our clients and our community are our main priorities. Ackah Law is dedicated to serving all those who may need us now more than ever.

Ackah Business Immigration Law is Open for Business

In many locations, legal services are considered essential businesses and allowed to remain open. Ackah Law has implemented working from home and social distancing at the office to make sure that we don’t add to the potential spread of the virus. We are limiting all face-to-fact contacts and our virtual office is open. Most of our work is done online and via online conferencing, phone calls, scanning and emailing documents with our clients.

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In many ways, our virtual office is business as usual:

  • Ackah Law has offices in 3 locations but has always worked virtually to serve clients around the globe.
  • For years, Ackah Law has used technology to meet with clients instead of face-to-face due to distances involved in providing immigration services. Skype, Zoom, email, FaceTime
  • Ackah Law’s innovative approach to business immigration law uses leading-edge technology and follows the highest standards for systems and processes.

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Evelyn L. Ackah, BA, LL.B.

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Ms. Ackah is passionate about immigration law because it focuses on people and relationships, which are at the core of her personal values. Starting her legal career as a corporate/commercial ...

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Forbes Bros. Ltd. chose Ackah law as our immigration specialist for several reasons:

1. Competence: As immigration, permanent residency and the temporary Foreign worker program are necessary to our business we are not in a position to use a less than fully qualified service provider on these files.

2. Responsiveness: When you are dealing with the lives of people, there is nothing more important to that individual at that moment than his or her immigration issues, responsiveness to this, and an appreciation of the employee’s position is key.

3. Attitude: The thing I like best about Ackah law is the attitude and can-do spirit of the staff. Evelyn and her team show us what a small group of dedicated individuals can do. IT is the first time in a long time that I didn’t feel like a billable hour in a lawyers office.

– Doug Elniski, Vice President - Human Resources

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