We Are A Canadian Immigration Law Office Based In The U.K.
Sterling Immigration has a proven track record of delivering exceptional results.
Sterling Immigration is regulated by the ICCRC, the regulatory body overseeing the Canadian immigration profession. Our License Number is R507916. The firm specializes in skilled worker, investor and family sponsorship programs.
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Sterling Immigration offers in person consultations to provide you with in-depth information about the Canadian Immigration process and to address the specifics of your situation. We offer personal consultation services at our office in Vancouver, Canada and Birmingham and London in the United Kingdom.
If you are unable to attend one of our offices for a personal consultation, a detailed telephone consultation can be the most cost-effective method to get immediate answers to your Canadian immigration questions. We will understand your immigration issue, identify possible solutions and give you all needed details to go forward.
Book your Canadian Immigration Consultation for a Personal or Telephone Consultation today.
Many people receive incorrect advice at the hands of immigration agents who falsely claim to be experts in Canadian immigration law.
These agents provide fake ICCRC license numbers in order to appear qualified. They often make ridiculous promises in order to secure your business or charge extortionate fees for non-existent jobs.
To avoid being a victim of fraud always ask your representative to provide their ICCRC license number and verify their membership on the ICCRC website.
Our ICCRC License Number is R507916.
We offer consulting services for a range of Canadian Visas for citizens from across the globe.
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