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Welcome to Morley Law Office

Morley Law Office is a law firm located in Kingston, Ontario. Since 1988 we have helped people from more than 100 countries immigrate to or remain in Canada. We have reunited families, guided students and workers through the process of obtaining papers, and represented everyday people who face admissibility challenges and barriers to citizenship.

Morley Law Office was established by me, Leslie H. Morley, a Canadian immigration lawyer. I can guide you through the important legal criteria you have to meet to satisfy Canadian government requirements. As an experienced immigration professional, I can offer you the most expeditious route to getting to Canada and building a life here.

Immigration rules are complicated and change often. I can help you to take the right steps to get you where you want to be while avoiding the danger of misrepresentation. Working with my staff at Morley Law Office, I can be your trusted advisor throughout the immigration process.

Full Spectrum of Immigration Law Services

At Morley Law Office, we help people who want to come to Canada, on a temporary basis or on a path towards permanent residency or citizenship and people who have problems entering or remaining in the country. Whether you are looking to work in Canada, study in Canada, or reunite with your family here, we can help. We are proud of the work we do with people to help them create the life they want, for themselves and their loved ones.

Ontario Solicitor Assisting You to Immigrate to or Visit in Canada

To learn more about the process to work or study in Canada, contact my office. You can reach me online or call me at 613-777-0144 in Kingston or 800-743-7126 toll free.

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