All About Us
We are a proactive law firm, hoping to benefit our clients, and the communities we serve. We have strengths in immigration, family, and business law.
Immigration and Legal Help
At your Service,
by our Experts
We are a law ……………………
What we do
Like any other law firm, we practice the law by offering our clients competent and timely
advice and solutions. What makes us unique is that we also engage with and actively support the communities in which we operate through these fronts:
PARTNER WITH US
We work with all companies and groups who share our hopes for stronger healthier communities. Working with this approach enables us to partner with any party who is committed to assisting persons migrate to and settle in Canada.
Whether you work with an organization, a community group, or are a law firm, we welcome an opportunity to speak with you to see how we can collaborate to service the need of peoples seeking to immigrate and settle in Canada.
Our Current Community Projects
Committed to supporting our communities
Volunteer With Us
If you have some time to spare, or you are deeply concerned about your community, RISE LAW would be a good place for you to use your energies and skills. We have a lot going on that would need your support. You can:
- Assist us with the legal work we do,
- Participate in our campaigns to create awareness about social issues that affect us all,
- Assist us with the operation of our office, including with writing articles, researching topics, connecting with potential partners, and more.
Committed to giving back
A little bit more about Us
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Our Community Efforts
Committed to contributing
We’re aiming to donate $20,000
We aim to donate an amount of profits every year to charities in our community
We’re community conscious
The BC PNP offers: Skills Immigration, Express Entry BC and Entrepreneur Immigration Streams. These streams are divided into categories that target skilled workers, international graduates and other professionals with skills, experience and qualifications demanded in B.C.