Established in 2010 iam (immigration and migration) has become recognised as one of the leading immigration firms in the United Kingdom.
Having established clear and efficient systems of practice and with more than 20 years legal experience amongst its staff members, iam was born out of it’s sister company. iam was initially created to offer back-office and casework to other law and immigration firms and now provides the same service directly To companies and individuals. The company continues to advise and assist clients from highly regarded and established law firms to boutique and niche immigration practices through its sister company.
Situated in Canary Wharf, the “business mecca” of London, iam is in a prime location to cater for both corporate and private clients and prides itself on providing services that go beyond the expectations of its clients.
IAM (immigration and migration) is a specialist immigration, migration and global mobility focused law firm based in Canary Wharf, London, with a dedicated global presence.
We make sure that when you are migrating to other countries, or extending your visas you get it right first time and every time. Whether you are coming to Canada or going to another country requiring a visa for business, family reasons or pleasure on a permanent or temporary basis, we ensure you get your visa on time and on budget.
People from all over the world travel to Canada for many different reasons, be it to visit, study, work or start a business. They may even want to marry or enter into a civil partnership and start a new life in the country. However, whatever their reasons for travelling to Canadamay be, they will first need authorization from Canadian Government.
More About Canada
Canada is known as a country with a broad immigration policy which is reflected in Canada’s ethnic diversity. According to the 2001 census by Statistics canada, Canada has 34 ethnic groups with at least one hundred thousand members each, of which 10 have over 1,000,000 people and numerous others represented in smaller amounts. 16.2% of the population belonged to visible minorities: most numerous among these are South Asian (4.0% of the population),Chinese (3.9%),Black Descent(2.5%), and Filipino(1.3%).
Other than Canadians of British, Irish, or French descent there are more members of Ethnic groups not classified as visible minorities than this 16.2%; the largest are: German (10.18%), and Italian(4.63%), with 3.87% being Ukrainian, 3.87% being Dutch, and 3.15% being Polish. Other minority ethnic origins include Russian (1.60%), Norwegian (1.38%), Portuguese (1.32%), and Swedish(1.07%). (“North American Indians”, a group which may include migrants of indigenous origin from the United States and Mexico but which for the most part are not considered immigrants, comprise 4.01% of the national population.)
One of the major issues immigrant groups faces upon arrival to Canada are Ethnic penalties. Be aware that, on IAM (Immigration And Migration) we do process UK to Canada as from Canada to UK.