Tuesday, August 17, 2010

Live Immigration Chat from Toronto, Canada

Toronto-based licensed consultant Mr. Amir Ismail will be available live from Toronto at 12:00 p.m. Toronto time (9:00 p.m. Pakistan time) on August 18, 2010 to respond to questions related to the eligibility to immigrate to Canada under Fast Track Skilled Worker Program.

We will be reviewing assessment forms completed at our web site www.amirismail.com and advising the participant regarding their eligibility.



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Since 1991, we take pride in offering reliable immigration advise through our well-trained and accredited immigration advisers.

Live Immigration Chat will take place on: August 18th at 12:00 PM Toronto time (9:00 p.m. Pakistan time)

To participate, please complete our online assessment form available at www.amirismail.com and have your questions ready for an immediate response.

We look forward to meeting with you online and to being of assistance to you in your plans to immigrate to Canada.

Yours faithfully,

Toronto, Canada

Tuesday, August 10, 2010

Use of the term “guarantee” when describing immigration consulting services or fees

Immigration Consultants who are authorized by the government of Canada are supposed to go about their business according to a strict, enforceable Code of Conduct.

According to the Professional Rules of Conduct that we as Authorized Consultants are bound to adhere to, use of the term “guarantee” when describing services or fees is inappropriate, and must be avoided. Consumer of Immigration Consulting Services should be cautious and understand that the word "guarantee" is used by unauthorized ghost agents posing themselves as licensed consultants. They do so in an attempt to instill confidence in clients they are trying to fool. As such, when you see the word "guarantee" on a web site or any marketing material of a so called immigration consultant, ask for their identity and check if their name appears on the list of Authorized Representatives available on the web site of the Canadian Society of Immigration Consultants - https://www.csic-scci.ca/find/all.html

An Immigration Consultant has a positive duty to promote the Society and Rules, and to prevent unregulated practice, and is encouraged where appropriate to educate the public at large regarding the Society and the regulatory system and safeguards with respect to Immigration Consultants. Amir Ismail & Associates (AIA) will continue to follow this rule and will continue its efforts to inform and educate public to distinguish between Authorized Representatives and impostors plaguing the immigration industry worldwide, particularly in Pakistan.