RFL and Toronto Wolfpack endorse Parsai Immigration Services

The Rugby Football League (RFL) and the Toronto Wolfpack have issued two separate endorsement letters to Parsai Immigration Services. The letters thank Parsai staff for their efforts in assisting the team members with their work permits, eTA, TRP, TRV, and Rehabilitation applications.

Rugby is one of the top three sports in the United Kingdom following soccer (European football) and cricket. The RFL is the National Governing Body for Rugby League in England. In 2017, the RFL admitted Toronto Wolfpack to its competitions as the first transatlantic sports team to enter a domestic competition based in Europe. The Wolfpack play their home games at the Lamport Stadium in Toronto and their away games in the United Kingdom and France.

Parsai Immigration Services has been assisting the Toronto Wolfpack and the RFL over the past two years (2018 and 2019) in the often-times complex application processes.

The RFL and Wolfpack have particularly thanked Imane Daoudi, a Parsai Immigration Services application processing expert, for her patience and professionalism.

“It’s pleasing to see that my work and dedication pays off,” Daoudi said. “I’m glad that all of the teams are able to travel and play games.”

The Wolfpack produced the endorsement letter in an effort to thank the Parsai Immigration Services team for their interpersonal skills, talent, knowledge and enthusiasm. Both the RFL and the Toronto Wolfpack recognized Al Parsai as a professional immigration consultant. Additionally, the RFL and Wolfpack will refer to Parsai Immigration Services for any future immigration needs.

See both letters below.




Doha Hanno Publicist, Parsai Immigration Services

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