Posted on - Apr 29, 2015

Sas and Ing’s Immigration Law Centre provides advice and assistance to individuals, families and businesses on all categories of Canadian Immigration. Our clients range from corporations seeking to do business in international markets or transferring personnel, to individuals who wish to live, work and study in Canada or re-unite with family members. Sas & Ing’s Canadian Immigration services include Work and Study permits, Permanent Residence applications including Express Entry, PNP and Family Class, Temporary Residence Visas, Family Sponsorship, Citizenship and Citizenship Appeals and Federal Court Judicial Review applications.

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