Maria Cylena Thelma Domingo, RCIC
Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant
Member in Good Standing with:
Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council (ICCRC)
Canadian Association of Professional Immigration Consultants (CAPIC)
MigrateCA Immigration Resource is under the direction of Maria Cylena Thelma Domingo, RCIC. Maria graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration and completed her master’s degree in Educational Administration in the Philippines. Maria worked as a school administrator in the Philippines. She works as an administrative professional for the University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC. She completed her immigration practitioners program at the University of British Columbia.
Aside from her professional background in the educational sector, Maria's work and volunteer experiences with immigrant settlement and integration services organizations and the church community expose her to meet and work with people from different cultures; many of them are immigrants as well who are educated and even more skilled globally. These involvements give her opportunities to exchange experiences with new immigrants and be a resource person to help them adapt in their new life in Canada. All these encounters inspire her to help more would be immigrants who are deserving of a better and quality life in Canada.
Maria practices her profession with high ethics and adequate knowledge to help international applicants achieve their dreams.
Providing Immigration and Canadian Citizenship Consulting.
We serve clients in Canada and from different parts of the world.
We meet and work with our clients in-person, online, via electronic communication, after work, or even during the weekends.
We are dedicated to each client we serve.
Permanent Residence Applications
Foreign Skilled Worker Class
Canadian Experience Class
Foreign Skilled Trades Class
Provincial Nominee Program
There are several rights and privileges that a Canadian citizen enjoys than having a temporary or permanent residence status such as the right to vote, the right to run and to hold political office, employment by the Federal Government, and of course holding a Canadian passport. Canada also allows citizens to hold dual citizenship.
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