Prince Edward Island PNP - skilled workers
Immigration 101 - Express Entry
Entry to practice - RCIC exam preparation course
Immigration 101 - Atlantic Immigration Pilot Project and new Rural Immigration Project
Immigration 101 - Self-employed immigration federal and provincial - new perspective
Immigration 101 - Labour Market Impact Assessment
Immigration 101 - Refugee Protection and Effective ways to present your client's case
Immigration 101 - Super Visa, Single Entry, Multiple Entry Visitor Visa and Study Visa
Canadian Citizenship - Holistic Approach
Economic Classes -Federal Skilled Worker Program and Canadian Experience Class
Common Law and Conjugal Partner Sponsorship
Humanitarian and compassionate considerations in immigration
Permanent Residence Travel Document and PR Card Renewal
Immigration programs for Northern Regions
Express Entry - Economic programs
Appeals at the IAD
Family Class - Spousal, Common-Law, Conjugal
Sponsorship of parents and Lonely Canadian
Family sponsorship rejected - how to appeal?
Federal self-employed economic immigration
Immigration to Atlantic provinces
Private sponsorship of refugees
Visitor visa and Super visa
Immigration pathways to Prairie provinces
Atlantic Immigration Program
PRRA – Pre-removal risk assessment
Immigration Applications Processing Chinook Tool: Myths and Facts
Canadian Start-up program: Work permits and Permanent Residence
Sponsorship of orphaned brother, nephew, or niece
Canadian Visitor visa: Refusals and how to RE-APPLY
Economic Mobility Pathways - Pilot
Specific Agri-food industries and occupations eligible for immigration to Canada
Humanitarian and compassionate considerations for immigration to Canada
NOC 2021 – Updates and tips on how to analyze client’s profile
Canadian Experience class: Federal Immigration Program
Elsy Jacob, MSW, RCIC & Commissioner of Affidavits and Oaths
Prof. Elsy Jacob, is a Canadian Citizen, and is licensed by the Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council. She is a Legal Professional and has worked in Legal field and immigration field for over 20 years. She has helped many Families come and settle in Canada.
Professor Elsy Jacob is also a Commissioner of affidavits and oaths in Canada, licensed under the Law Society. She has taught Legal Courses in Canadian Colleges, including Law clerk diploma, CSW, Immigration Consultant Diploma(IPP) and Paralegal courses for over a decade and hence is a strong advocate of Ethics and Professional Practice and Training.
She has been a support system for new legal professionals and helped them commence their legal practice.
Professor Elsy Jacob also coaches new consultants and makes them understand the value of ethical practice in immigration law. She has helped many Consultants draft Contracts, prepare for various licensing exams and coached them to pass in both Legal Licensing exams and English Language courses. Besides her masters degree she also has a TESOL from Canada and a Hon. Doctorate in HRM from U.S.A.
Her experience in legal, teaching and immigration services for more than 20 years with many success stories is commendable.