Galileo Partners is entirely supportive of all the measures and restrictions imposed by public health authorities to limit the spread of COVID-19. We have therefore implemented a contingency plan to preserve the health and safety of our professionals, clients and business partners, while continuing to deliver our excellent immigration services.
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With proven expertise known across Canada, we offer a detailed approach and a dedicated service, clear, informed answers, and concrete results for both our corporate and individual clients.
While our team of immigration experts helps local and international corporations of all sizes achieve their global recruitment goals, we also assist individuals by offering consultations to those who wish to come to Canada on a temporary or permanent basis.
We know that immigration is a personal, sensitive matter, which is why our approach focuses entirely on individuals and their unique needs. This allows us to offer effective, tailored solutions to the legal and administrative issues of immigrating to Canada.
Passionate, caring, and motivated, these are the people who find tangible solutions tailored to your needs — the people who will make every effort to respond to your requests quickly and efficiently.
Our in-depth knowledge of our field of practice combined with our daily monitoring of the evolution of Canadian immigration programs enables us to answer to all questions related to international mobility — including those regarding Canadian and American business immigration.
Proud to share our knowledge and expertise with some of the finest immigration lawyers in Canada, Galileo Partners is an exclusive collaborator with the Ontario-based Corporate Immigration Law Firm led by M Barbara Jo Caruso.
Our main goal is to maintain the quality of our services and our pioneering role in the human approach to immigration issues. We are committed to provide personalized services that meet our clients needs and help them cope with the complex and often intimidating environment of immigration.