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Does anyone know the difference in service between going through an immigration lawyer and using an OISC endorsed agency w/a case worker? Both are pricey but is one better than the other? As well, what constitutes a 'straightforward application?' Any advantage or disadvantage in going with either? :confused2:
 

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Please dont use any immigration lawyers.They are bloody frauds. i had a bad experience with North American Services Center lawyers in Dubai. My Canadian application was stuck for 6 years and they didnt bother to coordinate on my behalf. I lost U$ 2000.

Please dont use immigration agencies in Middle East. They are simply fraudsters. Its easy and simple to apply on your own. I'm doing the same.

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Please dont use any immigration lawyers.They are bloody frauds. i had a bad experience with North American Services Center lawyers in Dubai. My Canadian application was stuck for 6 years and they didnt bother to coordinate on my behalf. I lost U$ 2000.

Please dont use immigration agencies in Middle East. They are simply fraudsters. Its easy and simple to apply on your own. I'm doing the same.

Best of Luck
I agree with Heavenly
 
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