Canada'' have established this web page as a result of your comments,
criticism, failure stories and negative feedback of the Canadian immigration
system. You may have received disappointing service from a previous
fake, fraud!! counsellors, immigration representatives or immigration lawyers. If you need a LEGAL REPRESANTATIVE :ICCRC-CRCIC
clarity, sincerity, are what you would expect from a representative and
''We and Canada'' understand the disappointment and frustration you feel
when it is not received.
Canada as an immigrant is an exciting opportunity and if you want to
immigrate to Canada, there are various ways to make your application.
You will need to decide which immigration method would be most suitable
for you and your family.
Canada'' will provide our clients with honesty and sincerity to assist,
help to you through the immigration process.
certain conditions have provided some opportunities with certain
occupational and educational levels to become business owners.
Each year about 200,000 people immigrate to Canada. Being an investor,
entrepreneur or families of such individuals is the safest, most robust
way to achieve your immigration goals.
Canada'' can assist
further to help with real estate, schools, child care, child education,
SIN - Social Insurance Number-Social Security card, the regional health
card and Permanent Resident applications.
Canada,'' understand all these complex, difficult procedures and
policies and seemingly impossible Canadian visa applications and
acceptance stages. We develop mutual trust with you and provide
you with step by step, goal-oriented help to assist you with your
assist with all Canadian visa cultivars (Canadian tourist visa, Canadian
temporary resident visa, Canadian temporary work visas, Canadian student
visa, Canada immigration application) help you with your needs,
questions, challenges and keep you updated with your progress.
Canada,'' are not consultants or a consulting company. ''We and
Canada,'' is an honest charitable organization.
consultants, lawyers, and other representatives are people who offer
immigration advice or assistance to visa applicants. Some applicants may
choose to use a consultant to act on their behalf with Citizenship and
Immigration Canada (CIC), the Immigration and Refugee Board or the
Canada Border Services Agency.
There are two types of immigration consultants: paid and unpaid.
Paid immigration consultants
Only the following people may charge a fee to represent or advise you on
immigration and refugee matters with the Government of Canada:
•lawyers who are members in good standing of a Canadian provincial or
territorial law society
•Immigration consultants who are members in good standing of the
Canadian Society of Immigration Consultants, and
•notaries who are members in good standing of the Chambre des notaires
The Government of Canada will not deal with non-authorized consultants
who charge a fee for their service.
Unpaid immigration consultants
A person or organization who does not charge a fee for their service may
also represent you.
•a family member or friend
•a member of a non-governmental or religious organization
To protect your privacy, CIC will not share any of your personal
information with your consultant, lawyer, and other representative
unless you provide your written consent using the Use of a
Representative (IMM 5476) form.
Other people who offer immigration advice or assistance
People who provide immigration-related advice or assistance for a fee
before the application is filed are not obliged to be authorized
consultants. However, be aware that non-authorized consultants, lawyers,
and other representatives or advisors are not regulated. This means that
they may not have adequate knowledge or training. It also means that you
cannot seek help from the professional bodies (that is, the law
societies, CSIC, etc.) if that person provides you with the wrong advice
or behaves in an unprofessional way.''
'' NEW REGULATOR : On
March 18, 2011, it was announced that the Immigration Consultants of
Canada Regulatory Council (ICCRC) is being proposed as a new regulatory
body to oversee immigration consultants. Proposed recognition of the
ICCRC as regulator must follow a regulatory process before coming into
force. Details will be available on this website, but the ICCRC will not
become the new regulator until the regulatory change comes into force.
Until that time, the Canadian Society of Immigration Consultants remains
the regulator. ''
Canada'' can’t promise positive results but we can promise help to our
meet you ''We and Canada'' families.