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Al Parsai runs successful Canadian immigration info session

Al Parsai ran an immensely articulate and informative Canadian immigration seminar in Farsi for 75 attendees. The seminar was held at the Cyrus Foundation on Saturday, January 25. Some of the topics were flagpoling, the extension of permits, claiming refugee status and more. There was also a lengthy question period at the end of the seminar. Attendees had the opportunity to have all of their immigration questions and concerns addressed.
Al Parsai holding an information session regarding sections of his number on best-seller for books about Canadian Immigration, "88 Tips on Immigration to Canada."

Al Parsai discussing sections of his number one best-seller for books about Canadian Immigration, “88 Tips on Immigration to Canada” at the Cyrus Foundation on January 25 with approximately 75 attendees.

Al Parsai, CEO of Parsai Immigration Services, is a member and speaker for the Heart and Stroke Foundation (York Region) and Passages Canada. He has done a speech for the United Way Chatham-Kent as well as a speech for Rotary Club Chatham-Kent. He’s a professor at Ashton College-Vancouver as well as the Global School of Corporate Excellence. He has delivered speeches and courses in Canada, Iran, the UAE and the UK. He has written a book titled “88 Tips on Immigration to Canada” and it’s currently the number one best-seller in Canada for books about immigration. Al also appears as a subject matter expert in a TEDx Talks program and an article for the National Post.

Al Parsai: Persian Seminar

Al Parsai displaying his number one best-selling book, “88 Tips on Immigration to Canada.”

Do you want to know more about extending your stay in Canada or claiming refugee status? Al Parsai can answer all your questions at our next seminar. There will also be the option to ask questions anonymously. We hope to see you there. Sign up to our newsletter and we will inform you about our upcoming events.

Doha Hanno Publicist, Parsai Immigration Services

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