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ENCUBATE BUILT BY IMMIGRANTS, FOR IMMIGRANTS
WHO WE ARE
ENCUBATE IS AN IMMIGRATION FIRM THAT IS PROUD TO CATER TO THE NEEDS OF IMMIGRANTS FROM ALL OVER THE WORLD.
Encubate is authorized to offer immigration services under the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act (IRPA). We are a member in good standing of the Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council (ICCRC) and the Canadian Association of Professional Immigration Consultants (CAPIC). Our principle consultant, Mr. Bassel Zoueiter, is a Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant (RCIC), who has helped many immigrants to start a new life in Canada and the United States.
We are committed to providing our clients with premier immigration services that they can depend on. We enable our clients to achieve their immigration objectives, while empowering them to make their dream a reality by facilitating their immigration needs through our dedicated team of specialists.
Un-licensed representatives (also known as Ghost Consultants), who are not Authorized Representatives, are not permitted to charge you a fee for their services. Encubate understands the importance and value of hiring an Authorized Representative (Law Firm, Lawyer, or Regulated Immigration Consultant) for your immigration application.
By choosing Encubate, you receive a high-level of professional care and attention that gives you the peace of mind knowing that our team is by your side, every step of the way. Contact us today to speak to one of our team members who will be happy to outline all the immigration services we offer. We look forward to working with you and helping you achieve your immigration and investment goals.
REGULATED CANADIAN IMMIGRATION CONSULTANTS
ICCRC is the national regulatory body designated by the government of Canada in July 2011, to regulate Canadian immigration, citizenship and international student advising services. Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultants are authorized representatives within the meaning of the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act (Canada) and the Regulations and may represent clients before Citizenship and Immigration Canada. It is an offense punishable by law to provide Canadian immigration services for a fee or other consideration if not regulated by ICCRC, a Canadian law society, or the Chambre des notaires du Québec.
ICCRC regulates RCICs by:
- Enforcing the Code of Professional Ethics.
- Accrediting and auditing the Immigration Practitioner Programs (IPPs) offered by post-secondary institutions across Canada.
- Administering the entry-to-practice Full Skills Exam (FSE).
- Delivering Practice Management Education (PME) courses in order for RCICs to maintain their competent practice.
- Conducting a Compliance Audit to make certain that RCICs’ practice and documentation comply with ICCRC Regulations.
- Crediting hours of Continuing Professional Development (CPD), which ensure that RCICs’ immigration knowledge is current.
To learn how to check the RCIC member status with ICCRC CLICK HERE.
The Canadian Association of Professional Immigration Consultants (CAPIC) is a professional organization created for regulated Canadian Immigration Consultants and founded on the 4 pillars of education, information, lobbying and recognition. There are many important milestones that had a tremendous influence on various immigration industry changes, and they have influenced the inclusion of a professional occupation by the title of “Immigration Consultant”.
COVID-19 IMMIGRATION CONSULTATION
During this time of uncertainty, we at Encubate want to ensure that you are all being safe and taking precautionary measures to prevent the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19). At this time, there are a lot of questions that are circulating around regarding the status of visitors, students and workers in Canada who are not able to leave the country or are not able to finish their program of study. Questions like:
- Can I remain in Canada beyond the validity of my status?
- Can I work full-time on my study permit if my classes are no longer ongoing?
- What can happens to my employer-specific work permit if I get fired?
To answer these and many other questions based on your individual circumstance and situation, we are offering a discounted consultation for to provide support during this frightful time. We are here to support you during this confusing time.
IMMIGRATION THROUGH LANGUAGE ABILITY IN ENGLISH AND FRENCH
Have you ever thought about immigrating to Canada only through your English and French language proficiency? For many people, Express Entry has become the fastest, cheapest, and most convenient way to immigrate to Canada. This program is based on a "points" system awarded to each candidate depending on their qualifications.
This is your chance to move to Canada with no Canadian job offer, no Canadian work experience and no Canadian academic education. Plus, you get 600 additional points in the Express Entry system!
This program is part of Canada’s commitment to increasing francophone immigration through the Express Entry System. Learn how to immigrate through the Ontario Provincial Nominee For French-Speaking Skilled Workers Program.
Canadian employers have to obtain a document known as a Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA) from Employment and Social Development Canada (ESDC) / Service Canada before they can hire a temporary worker.
Express Entry is an online immigration application system. It allows people to submit a profile and be considered as a skilled immigrant. Candidates with the highest rankings are invited to apply for permanent residency.
Business Immigration seeks to attract individuals with business and/or managerial experience who will contribute to the development of the Canadian economy. There are various streams in each province, mainly under business, entrepreneur, and investor schemes.
Encubate's Global Citizenship Immigration Seminar roadshow goes over facts, challenges, and issues that foreign nationals and investors need to know about immigration through various residency and citizenship by investment programs.
Knowledge is power. The more informed our clients are, the better immigration decisions they make. Visit our videos page to access our immigration educational programs, Q&A shows, and other informative videos.