Your best asset?
A well-built application which highlights your strong points and minimizes your weaknesses.
It is virtually impossible to build a perfect portfolio by heeding the advice of bloggers or other supposedly experienced immigrants. You simply cannot rely on the internet to keep track of frequent changes in immigration laws. Getting help from a qualified immigration specialist often proves vital to successful immigration.
As a certified immigration consultant, I have mastered immigration law in depth. I am fully equipped to address the most complicated immigration obstacles. On top of this, I am actively involved in conferences and closed forums dedicated to members of the Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council.
I am well acquainted with the mindset of visa officers and I know which documents will make or break your portfolio.
Choosing my consulting services means:
- Having access to a detailed analysis of your situation in regards to applicable laws.
- Getting help in determining your opportunities and status.
- Benefiting from individual attention as you choose the most suitable immigration program for you.
Choosing the services of a consultant means investing in your future, taking the first step towards life and successful work in Canada, and towards permanent residence and, later, citizenship.
Commissioner of Oaths
Commissioner of Oaths
Permanent residents who did not break Canadian laws and requirements related to the time they have lived in Canada may apply for citizenship. Time requirements state that in the five years after obtaining permanent residence, you must have lived on Canadian soil for at least three years. Only then will your application for citizenship be considered.
Before buying a one-way ticket, you should be aware of some of the challenges you may face in your new land: mastering new languages, obtaining a professional license if required, grasping all the facets of the local education system, gaining Canadian work experience. It is in fact quite perilous to dive into the unknown without understanding all the specific aspects of the Canadian job market or the typical expectations of a local employer.
Getting ready to immigrate does not only mean getting your application approved and packing your belongings. Immigrating smart means making an action plan before you leave. Taking chances, relying on easily accessible financial support from the government, or planning to make money on the “black market” are strategies that lead absolutely nowhere.
I help my clients plan their future career before immigrating so that they become familiar with the Canadian job market and avoid major pitfalls even before they leave. As a certified career strategy consultant, I will assess your professional experience, help you choose your future path and make you discover local professional fields where you could become valued for your knowledge and expertise. Together we will build the right career strategy for you to rely on in your post-immigration life.
Following your career strategy will help you feel that every day is bringing you closer to a full, rewarding professional life in Canada.
Commissioner of Oaths
In some situations, if required by law, you must be sworn in before signing a document in the context of a procedure related to any ministry or organization. That is why you must find a professional authorized to administer oaths for your documents and make them comply with the law.
As a Commissioner of Oaths mandated by the Ministry of Justice of Québec, I can certify your documents to make them valid in all institutions throughout the province of Quebec, across Canada, and even in another country as permitted by the law.
I can help you with the following options:
- Letter of invitation (including tourist visa)
- Travel permit for minors
- Attestation of Studies
- Health Insurance Card
- Employment contract
- Special Power of Attorney for the purchase and sale of goods abroad
- Certified Copy
- Attestation of Identity
- Insurance claim
- Bank loan
- Any other document as required by law or regulation
Do communicate with the institution where you are submitting your documents in order to make sure that the service of the Commissioner of Oaths is requested.