Immigration Law

The Law Office of Jeff Li practices all areas of Canadian immigration law and selected areas of U.S. immigration law. Jeff has 13 years of experience in immigration law, and has helped hundreds of people to visit or immigrate to Canada and the United States. Jeff has both the expertise and resources to help you succeed in your immigration objectives. Further, Jeff can often speed up the immigration process, in part by quickly preparing the necessary paperwork, and in part by his efficient working relationship with the immigration and border service officers in both Canada and the United States.

Jeff has been writing extensively on Canadian immigration issues and government policies. He has contributed many articles to major Chinese newspaper and magazines in Toronto, and has been interviewed by a number of journalists. More recently, a veteran immigration practitioner, Mary L. Zhang, joined the immigration team at the Law Office of Jeff Li.  Together they offer 30 years of experience in immigration law, in provide services in English, Mandarin, Cantonese and French. Based in Toronto, Jeff has served local and offshore clients from countries in Europe, Asia, and the Americas.

The prospect of moving to Canada or the United States is an exciting time filled with a great deal of anticipation and expectation. However, moving to Canada or the United States can be a complicated process that demands a through grasp of the rules and regulations governing immigration to both countries. At the Law Office of Jeff Li, we will help you through the process of immigration with the personalized service you deserve.

If you have a question or problem with the Canada or U.S. immigration system, contact us at 416-800-7196 today. We will help no matter you are within Canada, at the border or outside Canada.

Canada Immigration and Visa Matters

United States Immigration and Visa Matters

Antigua and Barbuda (Citizenship by Investment)

Jeff Li’s Immigration Blog



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