Our Firm and Our Services

  
Innovation and professionalism are core values at our firm as we understand that immigrating to another country in the 21st century is the project of a lifetime.  We don’t take that responsibility lightly and this is why we will leave no stone unturned to make sure that we provide you with an efficient and high quality service.  We also understand that your family’s well-being may be the main reason behind your immigration project so, accordingly, our services will take into account the needs of all family members coming to Canada.
 

Our main services: 

 

  1. Assessment of your situation to find a Canadian immigration program that fits your needs and your situation.  We have experience with hundreds of immigration cases related to the Quebec and federal investor programs, the various Canadian PNP/entrepreneur programs, the Canadian experience class, etc.
  2. Review of all documents related to your immigration application;
  3. Preparation of forms and documents required by the immigration authorities;
  4. Communication on your behalf with the appropriate Canadian immigration and consular authorities;
  5. Etc.

 

Who is Dominic Therrien?

Mr. Therrien has been a lawyer for nearly 14 years and he has a long and diversified international experience as he lived in the United States, France and Mainland China where he worked for a few years to assist high net worth Chinese clients to immigrate to Canada.  He represents many Canadian and international companies, including financial institutions, with respect to their business clients’ immigration needs as well as in regard to labor mobility.  During his legal career he assisted hundreds of families to immigrate to Canada.

In addition to obtaining a Quebec law degree and a Certificate of Qualification in common law, he pursued undergraduate studies in political science at the University of Montréal, and graduate studies in international politics at the prestigious Université de la Sorbonne (Paris, France). Mr. Therrien was called to the Law Society of Quebec (2002), to the Law Society of British Columbia (2010), and to the Law Society of Saskatchewan (2012). Mr. Therrien’s law career followed several years of playing professional baseball in the Atlanta Braves organization.

Mr. Therrien practices law in Canada’s both official languages, French and English, and also has a basic understanding of Mandarin.