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Durriya Bharmal

Immigration Consultant

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About Durriya Bharmal

Durriya Bharmal is a licensed Immigration Practitioner providing current, reliable and practical advice to her clients for more than 20 years. She provides this advice together with concrete solutions to resolve and address her clients’ immigration issues.

Focusing on family class sponsorship, skilled workers/Canadian Experience Class, and temporary resident visa/Super Visa applications, Durriya also provides services regarding work permits, study permits, temporary resident permits, humanitarian applications, provincial nominee programs and business applications. After more than two decades working within the field of immigration law, she is regularly contacted by local immigration lawyers and licensed immigration consultants seeking her valuable insight into these types of cases.

Durriya regularly presents seminars at Ryerson University and Sheridan College for international students, and was previously an instructor for various immigration courses on a part-time basis at York College of Information Technology.

Durriya has received her RCIC (Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant) designation and is fluent in Gujarati, Hindi, Urdu and Swahili.



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