Immigration can be challenging; We are here to lighten the load off your shoulders. Whether planning for your new life in Canada, willing to continue your studies, joining the Canadian labor market, want to explore the great north, or missing your beloved ones overseas and want them to join you with your journey in Canada, we are here to help.
Your dream.. Your future..
Making your journey a wonderful story.
Your success, our success
Your dream partners
Are you ready to explore the great north? Let the journey begin!
Missing your loved ones overseas? It is time to bring them home.
Refugees & Asylum
Not to forget those suffering from the distressing situation in their countries and are looking for a safe haven to live in.
The journey came to an end and a new chapter of a new life is to start. Get ready to attend the ceremony.
Who we are
Riham Al Bakouni is a Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant (RCIC), registered and licensed member of the Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council (ICCRC) in good standing, licensed by the Ministry of Immigration, Francisation and Integration of Québec as well as under the Foreign Worker Recruiter and Immigration Services Act to provide immigration consulting services to foreign nationals coming to Saskatchewan. She is a proud member of the Canadian Association of Professional Immigration Consultants (CAPIC) and a Commissioner for Oaths for Québec appointed by the Minister of Justice. Riham holds a Certificate in Immigration Consultancy from College LaSalle, in Montréal, Québec, as well as two bachelor degrees, one in Law and another in Applied Geophysics from Damascus University, Syria.
Being fluent in English and Arabic, with good knowledge of Spanish and French will enable Riham to establish a better rapport and comprehension of your immigration needs read more..
Why hire an Immigration Professional
For some, especially those with high skills and language proficiency, filling out an application or applying for a specific type of permit may seem a straight forward process, yet it’s their first time and they are not aware of how critical this is to their immigration future. read more..