Frequently Asked Questions
Yes, we offer free case assessment to better understand the requirements of the clients and get in-depth knowledge from the beginning
There is no scientific or statistical approach for determining which countries are the easiest or hardest to immigrate/emigrate to, however, Canada is the most immigration-friendly country in the whole world.
Europe, China, and Australia are among the countries with considerable Pakistani foreign student populations. According to official data, China has surpassed the United States as the most popular educational destination for Pakistani students.
The Transfer of Property Act, 1882, the Land Revenue Act, 1967, the Stamp Act, 1899, and the Registration Act, 1908 are all laws that deal with real estate in Pakistan.
Foreigners can purchase property in Pakistan, but only after all legal requirements have been met.
Yes, an overseas Pakistani can purchase property in Pakistan without visiting the country.
A power of attorney is a legal document in which the maker authorizes another person to act on his behalf.
Pakistan has a lot of potential for local and overseas investors. Numerous individuals are unaware that there are many other investment options in Pakistan outside the well-known Stock Exchange, Property, and Mutual Funds.
Due to national interests and sovereignty, states are not always willing to reach an agreement in terms of conflict resolution. When governments must select between these options, they must assess their mutual relationships as well as the nature of their conflict.