Al Parsai’s Blog

Al Parsai's BlogWelcome to Al Parsai’s Immigration Blog, your go-to source for understanding the intricacies of immigration to Canada. This blog is designed specifically for licensed practitioners to provide insightful, accurate, and up-to-date information on various aspects of Canadian immigration. Al Parsai, LLM, RCIC-IRB, CEO of Parsai Immigration Services, is a Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant with an impressive track record of helping clients from over 55 countries. A distinguished educator and international speaker, Al’s expertise is widely recognized, and his Amazon.ca bestseller “88 Tips on Immigration to Canada” is a testament to his dedication to sharing valuable knowledge. With Al Parsai and his dedicated team at the helm, this blog will serve as a reliable resource for practitioners seeking practical guidance, in-depth analysis, and the latest updates in the ever-evolving field of Canadian immigration. Join us and enrich your practice with the unparalleled insights Al Parsai and his team offers.

Comparing the Standard of Proof in Canada and the United States

Explore the differences in the Standard of Proof between Canada and the US, highlighting unique legal standards.

Due Diligence: Insights from Singh v. Canada 2024 FC 576

Explore key insights from Singh v. Canada 2024 FC 576 on the critical role of due diligence in immigration consulting.

Navigating Canadian Immigration: A Glimpse into Al Parsai’s Insightful Presentation

The Parya Trillium Foundation in Thornhill, Ontario, was bustling with activity and anticipation on the evening of April 9, 2024, […]

In-Group and Out-Group Dynamics in Canadian Immigration

Exploring the concept of in-group out-group and how it could affect immigration policies. An effort to encourage an unbiased viewpoint.

RCIC Competency with Co-counselling and Peer Review

RCIC competency blends knowledge, skills, and personal capacity, essential for effective client representation and service.

Criminal inadmissibility in light of Tran v. Canada

Tran v. Canada is a Supreme Court ruling that could impact inadmissibility to Canada due to serious criminality or conditional sentencing.

Post-Vavilov Standards of Review in Canadian Courts

The Vavilov decision has profoundly influenced the standard of review in Canadian courts. But what exactly is the “standard of review”?

Understanding cultural transition: A quick review of the terminology

Let’s explore the main concepts related to cultural transition in Canada. The article includes some examples as well.

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