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Frequently Asked Questions About Immigration Law | Canada Immigration Lawyer

Blog posted on by Evelyn Ackah in Immigration and Immigration Law

Frequently Asked Questions About Immigration Law | Canada Immigration Lawyer

What is the value of getting it done right the first time?

If you are unfamiliar with immigration law, applying for immigration can be very overwhelming and confusing. I am Evelyn Ackah, founder and managing lawyer at Ackah Business Immigration Law. I have been practicing law for nearly 20 years and spent over 7 years in law school. Our entire team at Ackah Law is highly educated and we specialize in immigration law. We want to ensure your success, and save you time. In order to help you, we have compiled some of the most frequently asked questions our immigration specialists and lawyers have received.

We want to give you as much information as possible so when you contact one of our client intake specialists you can provide us with the information we need to evaluate your particular immigration case and needs. We will follow your case from beginning to end, until you're immigration applications is approved. We recommend that you work with an experienced immigration professional who has a law society or regulated immigration agency behind them with access to the most recent immigration rules, forms and information. We hope you choose to work with Ackah Law.

Here are the most frequently asked questions we receive about Ackah Law Immigration Services from prospective clients:

How Much Do You Charge for Immigration Legal Services?

Where is Ackah Law Located?

Do I Need a Lawyer to Prepare My Immigration Application?

Does Ackah Law Help People Find Jobs in Canada or the U.S.?

Can You Help People Who Want to Go to School in Canada?


Evelyn Ackah

Founder/Managing Lawyer

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It is hard enough in the normal course of business to obtain permanent resident status in Canada. Imagine the difficulty in gaining that status with a 36 year old developmentally disabled daughter. That was our experience. My husband had been recruited for the C.E.O. position at the Calgary Public Library. Even the process to obtain temporary work permits for all three of our family members took some time and effort. The Ackah Firm was with us every step of the way. They gave us good advice, managed the paperwork and kept my husband’s employer informed. They were also proactive by insisting that we get on with the process of permanent residency in a timely fashion. Again their experience and knowledge paid off. They utilized other legal expertise to make a case that our daughter would not be a burden to the Country or the Province. They were respectful of our point of view that despite her disabilities she had always been an active and engaged member of the community. We were pleased that permanent residence for parents and child came through fully six months before the temporary status expired.

– Margaret and Bill Ptacek

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