Posted on - Sep 20, 2017

By Catherine A. Sas Q.C.

I would like to extend a heartfelt Thank You to all my clients, respected colleagues and business associates who voted for me in 22nd Annual Georgia Straight Best of Vancouver 2017 Awards. It is an honour to be voted the Best Immigartion Lawyer in Greater Vancouver for the sixth consecutive year. At Sas & Ing, Victor and I, along with our team will continue to serve our clients from all around the globe with the highest standards.

Thank you once again Vancouver and to everyone who supported us in achieving this monumental award!

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