About Canada Immigration Partners
Canada Immigration Partners is owned and operated by Matthew Sell and Miho Shimzu who are both registered and recognized RCIC agents. Canada Immigration Partners deal with immigration to Canada and they offer a recruitment service to employers and employees. Their offices are in Vancouver and Calgary. Miho Shimizu is from Japan and she has lived in the UK and the US before settling in Vancouver in 1996. She is seen as one of the senior regulated Japanese immigration consultants in Canada and she specializes in the Provincial Nominee Program. She is fluent in Japanese and English. Her RCIC number is R419143. Matthew Sell is from the UK and he has lived and worked in Hong Kong, Taiwan and India. He graduated from Oxford University with a degree in Philosophy, Economics, and Politics. Matthew assists employers with their applications for LMIA and ICT work permits. His RCIC number is R418679. Rodney Megill is the third RCIC agent at this Canadian Immigration company (R415487) and he had an 18 year-long career with the CIC where he worked in domestic and international postings.
The website for Canada Immigration Partners is very professional looking and easy to navigate. The information provided is thorough and informative and what we really liked is that there isn’t an overload of information to read through. The one thing that we can fault the website on is the lack of important online documentation like terms and conditions. Canada Immigration Partners deals with immigration and recruitment and there is helpful information on each section.
Links to the social media platforms of Canada Immigration can be found in the footer of their homepage. The Facebook account has a following of a little over 1,000 people. They post quite frequently and their posts seem to contain relevant content with regards to Canadian immigration. However, they are not active on any other social media platforms.
Canada Immigration Partners has one of the nicest websites that we have seen in a while and besides a few faults with their social media and important online documentation, they seem to be a trustworthy company. If you have dealt with Canada Immigration Partners please leave a comment below and tell us about your experience.