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Louise Willis, BA, RCIC is a member in good standing with the following organizations:


Louise Willis is a Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant (ICCRC # R421407) who has over 16 years of experience helping people immigrate to Canada. Louise is also licensed to represent applicants in the province of Quebec (#11569). Louise completed her secondary education in Cheltenham, England before gaining her Bachelor’s degree from McGill University in Montreal, Canada. As well as completing a management diploma at Concordia University in Montreal, Louise has completed the immigration practitioner certificate at Seneca College in Toronto, for which she received high honours. Besides Canada and England, she has lived in West Africa, Jamaica, and India, and has travelled extensively around the world. She is bilingual and can help clients in English and French.

She specializes in Federal Skilled Worker, Federal Skilled Trades Class and Canadian Experience Class applications (via Express Entry), Temporary Work Permits (skilled and semi-skilled), Family Class, Study Permits, Provincial Nominee applications, and Quebec applications. Louise has worked with many tradespeople and has a strong knowledge of the trades and licensing requirements for Canada. Louise also has plenty of experience working with employers who wish to hire foreign workers and preparing Labour Market Impact Assessment applications. She has travelled across Canada to meet and help employers and clients – visiting them in almost every province (so far!) and has represented immigration firms at exhibitions in Canada, the UK, Ireland, the Netherlands,  and South Africa. Louise is a former director for the Quebec chapter of the Canadian Association of Professional Immigration Consultants (CAPIC) and has sat on the Board of Directors for Action Refugiés Montreal, a non-profit organization that provides support to newly arrived refugees in Montreal, since 2010.

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