Parsa Immigration Services is now B Corp Certified

Parsai Immigration Services is now a Certified B Corp!

We are pleased to announce that our business is now a Certified B Corp. As a B Corp, we’re part of a global community of businesses that meet high standards of social and environmental impact. B Corps build trust with consumers, communities, and suppliers. Moreover, they attract and retain employees and draw mission-aligned investors.

What is a Certified B Corporation™?

A Certified B Corporation, or B Corp, is a company verified by B Lab to meet high social and environmental performance standards, transparency, and accountability. To achieve certification, a company must: 

  • Demonstrate high social and environmental performance by achieving a B Impact Assessment score of 80 or above and passing a risk review.
  • Make a legal commitment by changing their corporate governance structure to be accountable to all stakeholders. 
  • Exhibit transparency by allowing information about their performance measured against B Lab’s standards to be publicly available on their B Corp profile on B Lab’s website.  

B Lab assesses an organization’s impact on all the stakeholders of a business other than shareholders. The more value an entity provides to stakeholders, the higher their score on the assessment. Furthermore, the final assessment includes transparency in a company’s policies.

Parsai Immigration Services’ score is a whopping 99.2. Compare this score with some other Canadian corporations.

  • Business Development Bank of Canada (BDC) – 93.2
  • Nespresso Global (Canada and elsewhere) – 84.3
  • Kent Employment Law – 82.6
  • Checklist Legal – 93.7
  • Barriston LLP – 85.2
Parsai Immigration Services on B Lab.

Our mission is interwoven with the B Corp message

At Parsai Immigration, our mission is to promote better opportunities for immigrants by fulfilling three goals:

  • To provide superior quality services fairly and by the law.
  • To empower people and organizations from every country to achieve their immigration goals.
  • To help promote global immigration policies in a way that supports Canada’s and immigrants’ objectives.

B Corp Certification is an extension of our commitment to support a collective vision of an inclusive, equitable, and regenerative economy. Therefore, this certification isn’t an award; it’s the beginning of a journey toward continuous improvement and collective action.

What we care about

As a regulated immigration consulting firm, we identified several social issues in the industry, including:

  • Underrepresentation of international artists and athletes on the overall Canadian horizon
  • Limited access to affordable regulated immigration consulting services for refugee claimants and vulnerable groups
  • Separation of refugees and immigrants from their families
  • Lack of job opportunities for newcomers

So, what are our positive contributions?

We provide professional immigration solutions that eventually bring our customers economic prosperity, better opportunities, and high living standards. Our company regularly monitors customer outcomes and well-being and new policies for ethical marketing, advertisement, and customer engagement.

Regarding workforce development and economic impact, Parsai Immigration Services has hired people who have consistently faced barriers in Canada. This situation applies to foreign workers, international students, new immigrants, refugee claimants, and protected people. We are also proud to say that most of our managers and team are women from ethnic or racial minorities.

In addition, we have helped thousands of clients from over 55 countries. Some of those clients have established companies in Canada that pledged investments of millions of dollars and the potential addition of thousands of new jobs in Canada involving workers from at least 40 professions.

In terms of social impact, our company has partnered with cultural organizations, sports and arts advocates, non-profit organizations, and professional regulators to pursue several cultural activities:

Looking toward the future

While the recent accomplishment of B Corp Certification is a significant cause for celebration, we also recognize that this is the beginning of a journey toward continuous improvement and collective action to address society’s challenges. Al Parsai, CEO and RCIC of Parsai Immigration Services, explains that with this certification, “we feel more responsible toward the newcomer community, temporary residents in Canada, and the Canadian economic, social, and cultural fabric.”

In addition, with this certification, we hope to bring more awareness to how businesses can positively benefit all people, communities, and the planet. We also encourage our community to keep supporting B Corps. B Corps are accelerating a global culture shift to redefine success in business and build a more inclusive and sustainable economy.

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    Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant
    Adjunct Professor – Queen’s University – Faculty of Law
    Ashton College Instructor – Immigration Consulting
    Author – 88 Tips on Immigration to Canada

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