Immigration Services

Noble Law is the solid ground for individuals and businesses planning to immigrate to Canada or the United States. Through our affiliates and branches in Los Angeles, Vancouver, and Tehran, we are well suited to assist you, your family, and business with immigration related matters.
Our immigration team in Canada provides services including assistance with:



  • Work Permits
  • Student Permits
  • Visitors Visa Application (Temporary Resident Visa)
  • Canadian Experience Class
  • Federal Skilled Workers
  • Business Class
  • Family Class Sponsorships
  • Provincial Nominee Programs (PNP)

Our immigration team in the United States provides comprehensive support for all of your immigration needs.

In recent years, Canada has become the most preferred country for immigration. Besides first nations, everyone or their ancestors have immigrated to Canada sometime during Canada’s history. “About 250,000 new permanent residents arrive to Canada yearly” [Knowles, Valerie]. Among all the G-8 countries, Canada has the highest immigration rate. Canada is a country constructed by immigrants, playing an elemental role in Canadian society. Immigration has a significant impact on Canadians, creating a welcoming diverse cultural society. Canadians express great support for immigration with the many vital benefits Canada gain from it. Although immigration brings many benefits to this country, few Canadians may not support immigration. Immigration has contributed to the creation and development of Canadian identity. Influencing Canadians perspective on the outside world, which allows them to either support or not support immigration. 
Immigration plays a central role in Canadian society and identity. Canada is a country built by immigrants, therefore it relies on immigration to prosper and continue to develop as a country. Immigration is a key to Canada’s prosperity; it helps increase the creation of jobs and strengthens the economy. “The employment rate for Canadian immigrants in 2012 was the third highest in the OCFD” [Nixon, Gordon]. This statistic represents that immigrants are integrating their skills in the Canadian work force. Not do immigrants contribute to the Canadian work force, but also to in the educational field. “There are more than 50% of Canadian immigrants that are highly educated” [Nixon, Gordon]. Without immigration, sustaining the growth of the Canadian economy would be very difficult.