The Canadian immigration Act defined who may represent someone before Citizenship and Immigration Canada, the Immigration and Refugee Board and the Canada Border Services Agency for a fee. Since April 13, 2004, only members in good standing of Canadian Law Society, the Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council (ICCRC) or the Chambre des notaires du Quibec can represent you before Citizenship and Immigration Canada and Canadian Border services agency.

Due to the current high demand for the services we provide we need agents/affiliates to help us manage this growth and develop new markets in all regions of the world.

Requirements: Potential candidates must possess a minimum of a Post Secondary School education, with an excellent character, office location equipped with telephone, fax, and computer with printer, internet access and is willing to provide character/security certificate and surety bond.

Successful candidates will be responsible for local client administration, marketing and seminar planning. Compensation: An excellent compensation package with full training and support will be provided. If you meet this requirements click here to submit your profile for consideration.