Beware of Work Permit Scam
Many people who want to work in Canada, need a work permit. Of course, you need to go through a special process to get approved. Eventually, you may collect your permit at a port of entry. The government of Canada never sends you a work permit via email. Beware of fraudsters and don’t believe a work permit that is sent to you by email.
Al Parsai is a bestseller author, a Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant and an Instructor at Ashton College. In this video, Al explains childbirth in Canada.
Licensing bodies in Canada for immigration practitioners
- Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultants – CICC
- Quebec consultants
- Quebec notary publics
- Provincial bar associations (law societies)
- The Law Society of Ontario
- The Law Society of British Columbia
- The Law Society of Quebec
- The Law Society of Alberta
- The Law Society of Saskatchewan
- The Law Society of Manitoba
- The Law Society of Newfoundland and Labrador
- The Law Society of Prince Edward Island
- Nova Scotia Barristers Society
- The Law Society of New Brunswick
Other useful links
- How to receive a Canadian work permit document
- Work Permit to Canada
- Your options in 2021
- A Spanish news story about work permit scams
- Purchase “88 Tips on Immigration to Canada”
- Free Immigration and Visa Assessment Form
If you wish to visit or move to Canada, please fill out our free assessment form. We will review it for free, but we will contact you only if we find an opportunity for you. Alternatively, you may book a consultation session. Consultation sessions are not free, but you will receive formal advice from a licenced practitioner.
Al Parsai, MA, DTM, RCIC
Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant
Ashton College Instructor – Immigration Consulting
Author – 88 Tips on Immigration to Canada
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