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Wanting to make beautiful British Columbia your permanent home?

Are you finding it difficult to understand IRCC’s terms and rules?

Finding an Immigration Consultant you can trust to guide you through this mess of a process can be tough.

I definitely grappled with the process myself.

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My great grandfather lived and worked in Manitoba and my grandmother was born in Winnipeg, so I always had aspirations of living and working in Canada.

I was born in Sapporo, Japan and moved to the UK when I was 10 years old.

During the last year of attending the University of St. Andrews, I visited a school friend working in Whistler on working holiday.

The very next winter, I came back to Whistler with my own working holiday work permit and I got my permanent residency in 2010 just after the Winter Olympics.

I was so happy to become a Canadian Citizen in 2014.

Having gone through the process of getting my permanent residency myself and helped friends apply for their work permits, I know how stressful and lengthy the process can be.

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Dealing with a government department like IRCC is definitely a challenge.

To become more knowledgeable and be able to help others with their immigration applications better, I took the University of British Columbia’s Certificate in Immigration: Laws, Policies and Procedures.

I successfully passed the Regulatory Council’s exam in 2015. Canadian Resort Immigration was registered in January 2016.

My family and I have been living in Squamish since 2019 and I’ve helped hundreds of people maintain their status as workers, gain their permanent residency and citizenship here in BC and across Canada.

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