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Law Office of Max Berger Professional Law Corporation
Toronto, Canada

Law Office of Max Berger Professional Law Corporation Toronto, Canada

Naheed Sultana – Paralegal  Hodan Said – Office Manager

Naheed Sultana – Immigration Consultant
Hodan Said – Office Manager


Max Berger Professional Law Corporation's head office is located in Canada's largest city, Toronto. We are situated in the heart of downtown Toronto, easily accessible by public or private transportation. Our address is:

Max Berger Professional Law Corporation
Barristers & Solicitors
1033 Bay Street, Suite 207
Toronto, Ontario
M5S 3A5
Canada

Tel: (416) 969-9263
Fax: (416) 969-9098
Email: max@maxberger.ca

For those travelling by public transportation, our office is a five minute walk from either the Bay or Wellesley subway station. For those driving, we offer underground parking facilities.

Max Berger Professional Law Corporation is also located in Canada's second largest city, Montreal. We are situated in Old Montreal, just minutes away from the Immigration and Refugee Board, and the Place d'Armes subway station. Our address is:

Max Berger Professional Law Corporation Montreal

507 Place D' Armes
Aldred Building Suite 1200

Montreal, Quebec
H2Y 2W8

Tel: (866) 251-5290
Fax: (514) 845-1472
Email: max@maxberger.ca

For clients living in the United States, our American office is located in downtown Miami, Florida. Our address is:

Max Berger Professional Law Corporation Miami

1111 Lincoln Road, 4th floor
Miami Beach, Florida
33139

Tel: (866) 251-5290
Fax: (416) 969-9098

Email: max@maxberger.ca

Clients can contact us at anytime from anywhere via e-mail.

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