A Canadian Immigration Law Office Based in the U.K. (ICCRC Regulated – R507916)

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Rated in the top 3 Canadian immigration law offices, Sterling Immigration has a proven track record of delivering exceptional results.

Sterling Immigration is the only Canadian immigration law office in the UK which is accredited by the ICCRC, CAPIC, the Ministry of Justice and the Employment Standards Office of Canada. The firm specializes in skilled worker, investor and family sponsorship programs.

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Canadian Immigration Update: Dependent Children Age Limit to be Raised to 22 in late 2017

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Immigration Canada to Remove Conditional Permanent Residence in Spring 2017

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