Immigration « Freed Legal Services

By: Freed Legal  09-12-2011
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Immigration « Freed Legal Services

At Freed Legal our immigration consulting department is led by Russell Bilyk, our Senior Immigration Specialist with 14 years experience. Russell is a Full member in good standing with the , a Fellow of the  and a Commissioner of Oaths. Russell has also been grandfathered into the new regulations under the .

Our immigration consulting department specializes in all types of immigration cases, including applications for temporary and permanent residence. Our services include:

    • Family and Spousal Sponsorships
    • Visitor/Study/Work and Temporary Resident Permits
    • Canadian Experience Class Applications
    • Humanitarian and Compassionate Applications
    • Provincial Nominee Programs
    • Immigration & Detention Hearings
    • Appeals to the Immigration Appeal Division of the IRB
    • Criminal and Medical Inadmissibility Cases
    • Removal Orders and Residency Obligations

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