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Founder - Principal Immigration Consultant

Shahnaz Perveen is a Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant (RCIC) with a good stand in the Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council (ICCRC). She is an active member of Canadian Association of Professional Immigration Consultants (CAPIC) and has a license for Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP). Apart from these, she is also appointed under the Commissioner of taking Affidavits (Commissioner of Oath).

Shahnaz is working in the field of immigration and settlement sector for more than 7 years and served numerous new immigrants by helping them sift through the plethora of paperwork involved in the application for immigrant and permanent resident status, and personally assisted each applicant to seamlessly integrate into Canadian society.

Shahnaz assisted a good number of clients in applying for the Federal and Provincial programs and many of them are already in Canada as permanent residents. She also helped many permanent residents to address their specific immigration needs, such as: applying for PR card renewal, applying for Canadian citizenship, passport applications for various countries , assisted international students to apply for study permits and temporary residence visas, applying for work permit, restoring and extending their temporary resident visas, and so on.

Shahnaz has helped international clients to come to Canada through Express Entry Program, Investor Program, Student Visa and through family sponsorship. She also helps people residing in Canada to achieve their Permanent Residency through Canadian Experience Class. She has an excellent track record of success cases of Refugees Claims, Immigration Appeal Cases and Humanitarian and Compassionate Grounds (H&C) cases.
Shahnaz is very devoted to seeing that your loved ones are reunited with you in Canada as soon as possible. Most of her clients are refer their family and friends to us with confidence. The majority of her clients have their interviews with Citizenship and Immigration Canada waived.