Bridge Legal & HR Solutions Introduces Immigration Law Services and Welcomes Sarah Adler

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Bridge Legal & HR Solutions continues to grow to better serve the needs of businesses across Ontario. In addition to our employment law, human resources and workplace investigation services, we are pleased to announce that we are adding immigration services to our growing list of offerings to Ontario employers. Whether your business is considering bringing in talent from abroad, requires support for an existing multinational workforce or needs to ensure compliance with immigration laws right here at home, you can count on our professionalism, experience and expertise every step of the way.

To facilitate our expansion we are proud to introduce a new addition to our team: Sarah Adler. Sarah is an experienced practitioner of corporate immigration law with more than a decade of international human resources mobility experience at some of Toronto’s most prominent immigration firms. Together with Sarah, Bridge Legal & HR Solutions provides immigration solutions to employers looking to hire or relocate international talent to Canada. Sarah is a member of the bar in the Province of Ontario as well as in New York state. Sarah’s particular expertise is in the mining, information technology and engineering sectors, but regardless of your business’ sector or size you can be sure that expert support is available for you here, when you need it.

Our focus is on you the client. We bring together employment law, human resources, workplace investigations and immigration services all under one roof. We offer flexible options to provide services that fit your needs and your budget. Contact Bridge Legal & HR Solutions today by email at or by calling 647-794-5442.

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