FREE LIVE WEBINAR
How to Earn 200 CRS Points Through the Business Program.
- The Two Major Canadian Business Immigration Programs
- Types of Businesses to operate
- The Requirements before Application
- How to Find Businesses in Canada
- How to Come with your Family Members
- How to Come with your Co-workers/Directors
- Frequently Asked Questions
Phil Mooney, RCIC
Licensed Canadian Immigration Consultant
Phil is a licensed Canadian immigration consultant with over 20 years experience. He has facilitated the successful immigration of countless businesses and individuals to Canada. He’s a senior consultant at Loft Immigration Inc.
Patrick has become Antigua and Barbuda’s top CIP expert since the program’s inception in 2013 and is the leading Licensed Agent Representative; he offers a thorough understanding of risk assessment, of the Antigua CIP application process, and all laws and regulations surrounding it. Patrick is a Chartered Accountant, has lived and worked on almost all continents, and brings more than 13 years of Investor Immigration experience with him. Together with his team, they have raised more than $12 billion in the capital for immigrant investor programs and assisted more than 9,000 families.
Adewunmi Odegbami, RCIC, PMP
Associate Partner, Loft Immigration Inc.
Adewunmi holds the Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant (RCIC) designation and is specialized in Permanent Residence Visa Programs such as Express Entry, Provincial Nominee Programs, Business/Investor Programs and Temporary Residence Visas such as those for study or visits. She is licensed to represent clients for all the Federal immigration programs in Canada.
She is an active member of the Canadian Association of Professional Immigration Consultants (CAPIC).
Adenike is a Project Management Professional who holds a master’s degree in Engineering. Adewunmi, an immigrant herself, brings a very professional and analytical approach, coupled with a high level of expertise and experience, to help clients meander through the many available channels of immigration.