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 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.

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.

Could Donald Trump or Melanie Trump be inadmissible to Canada?

This is an effort to explore the potential inadmissibility of Donald Trump to Canada in light of his current indictments.

Expert immigration support for The Bentway’s international artists

Parsai Immigration Services aids The Bentway’s art in Toronto with expert Canadian visa & work permit services.

Vavilov decision: A turning point in Canadian judicial review

Vavilov decision by the Supreme Court of Canada has affected the standard of review for the Federal Court and other entities.

Cancel an immigration representative in Canada

Sometimes you need to cancel an immigration representative for a valid reason. Let’s learn how to make this happen.

IELTS for entrepreneur work permits, IMP C11, C10, and C12

IELTS test results could be an integral part of an entrepreneur’s work permit application, or is it? Let’s explore this question.

Hire an immigration subject matter expert for movies, media, and books

Hiring an immigration subject matter expert could elevate the quality of your book, movie, and other creations.

RCIC-IRB v. RCIC – Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant

RCIC-IRB is a special designation that some of the Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultants hold.

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