About Highbrow Law Associates
Highbrow Law associates is an immigration agency consisting of corporate and immigration lawyers. They were established in 2002, although the identity of the owners hasn’t been provided, and they are based in Lahore Pakistan. They lay claim to the title of the “leading immigration and study visa consultants in Pakistan”, and they provide visa immigration services to the UK, Canada, and Australia.
“We seek to be the trustworthy leader, as immigration and study visa Law consultants for delivering excellence to our people and to society as a whole, to turn their dreams into Realities.”
Although Highbrow Law associates have proudly stated that they have a large network and offices in the UK, Canada and Australia who provide legal assistance, as well as a team in Lahore which comprises of Lawyers with MBAs and degrees, there’s curiously a lack of mention of whether they are accredited with RCIC registration numbers.
Website and Services
Highbrow Law Associates provide the following visa application services for immigration to Canada:
- Federal Skilled Workers
- Federal Skilled Trades Program
- Provincial Nomination Program
- Business Immigration
- Sponsoring your Family
- Work in Canada
They are present on social media with a Facebook page that is fairly updated although not as regularly as one would expect with comments and inquiries that are still waiting to be responded to. We commend the effort and they have over 7,000 likes on their page.
Highbrow Law Associates Immigration Consultants look a bit lost and we would advise anyone dealing with them to exercise some level of caution especially considering the lack of ICCRC accreditation. The seemingly lack of professional etiquette on their website is discouraging. They do have a level of presence on social media and that is encouraging although they could still do so much more as there are many social media platforms apart from Facebook.
You can visit their website here: www.highbrowlawassociates.com
- Social media presence
- No privacy or refunds policy
- The website lay out
- Lack or RCICC accreditation
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