Book a consultation session with Al Parsai

Al Parsai a Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant

Al Parsai is a Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant with 12 years of experience. Al can answer your questions in these areas:

  • Immigration options for Canada 
  • Provincial immigration (except Quebec)
  • Resolving complicated problems such as inadmissibility and removal orders
  • Work permits, study permits, and visitor visas for Canada

Al holds a class L3 RCIC-IRB – Unrestricted Practice. In other words, he may represent you to CBSA, IRCC, IRB, and ESDC. As a college and university professor, he is experienced enough to convey complex information in an easy-to-understand way. Therefore, you will find his sessions informative, personable, and helpful.

NOTE: Al won’t assist you in filling out your forms or reviewing your application packages during the consultation sessions. Please do not book an appointment if you intend to receive advice on these matters.

Price List:

The current price list for sessions is as follows. Use the following drop-down list to choose your option and pay via PayPal or a major credit card.

  • Up to 30 minutes – $220
  • Up to 60 minutes – $330 (saves $110 compared to a 30-minute session)
  • Up to 120 minutes – $600 (saves $280 compared to a 30-minute session)

The funds are in Canadian dollars.

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Al Parsai

Al Parsai is a Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant (class L3 RCIC-IRB – Unrestricted Practice) in Toronto, Canada. He is an adjunct professor at Queen's University Law School and Ashton College. Al, who holds a Master of Laws (LLM) degree from York University, is a member of CICC and CAPIC organizations. Al, the CEO of Parsai Immigration Services, has represented thousands of applicants from more than 50 countries to the immigration authorities since January 2011.