Sherritt Greene, Barristers & Solicitors is an enthusiastic, people-orientated boutique immigration law firm. Established in January 1998 by two senior immigration lawyers, Michael Greene and Michael Sherritt, we are the largest law firm in Alberta that practices immigration law exclusively. In 2014, Sherritt Greene was ranked by Canadian Lawyer magazine as one of the top five immigration boutique law firms in Canada.

Integrity is the touchstone of our firm’s philosophy, and we have earned an excellent reputation for honesty, hard work, and phenomenal results. Our lawyers place tremendous importance on accessibility and responsiveness to our clients. We provide our clients with realistic timelines – and then endeavor to meet or exceed them.

The opportunity to live, work, or study in Canada can be a rewarding and
life-changing experience. However, immigration is a complex legal process, leaving many applicants confused and overwhelmed. Our team of immigration lawyers is ready to assist you with every stage of the immigration process. Whether you are seeking temporary status, permanent residence, citizenship, or advice about any type of immigration matter, Sherritt Greene can help.

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We have been contacted by individuals in other countries who have been receiving fraudulent notices of employment opportunities and fraudulent employment offers by e-mail naming Sherritt Greene Immigration Law Firm as the point of contact, and, specifically, Michael Greene. Although we are a legitimate Immigration Law Firm, we are not associated with these job offers. Do not reply to these notices, don’t click on links on these e-mails, don’t open attachments to these e-mails, don’t supply personal information like passport details, banking information, to any supposed agent in the process, and do not, under any circumstances, pay money to anyone for any part of facilitating employment or immigration process.
Furthermore, anyone receiving any notifications about us that refer to e-mail addresses or websites at any other domain than ‘’ should be suspect.