Elsy Jacob, RCIC
Elsy Jacob, RCIC
Elsy Jacob upcoming seminars
Elsy Jacob past seminars

16.11.2019
Immigration 101 - Express Entry

25.01.2020
Entry to practice - RCIC exam preparation course

29.02.2020
Immigration 101 - Atlantic Immigration Pilot Project and new Rural Immigration Project

28.03.2020
Immigration 101 - Self-employed immigration federal and provincial - new perspective

25.04.2020
Immigration 101 - Labour Market Impact Assessment

30.05.2020
Immigration 101 - Refugee Protection and Effective ways to present your client's case

27.06.2020
Immigration 101 - Super Visa, Single Entry, Multiple Entry Visitor Visa and Study Visa

25.07.2020
Canadian Citizenship - Holistic Approach

29.08.2020
Economic Classes -Federal Skilled Worker Program and Canadian Experience Class

26.09.2020
Common Law and Conjugal Partner Sponsorship

31.10.2020
Humanitarian and compassionate considerations in immigration

28.11.2020
Permanent Residence Travel Document and PR Card Renewal

19.12.2020
Immigration programs for Northern Regions

27.02.2021
Express Entry - Economic programs

27.03.2021
Appeals at the IAD

24.04.2021
Family Class - Spousal, Common-Law, Conjugal

29.05.2021
Sponsorship of parents and Lonely Canadian

26.06.2021
Family sponsorship rejected - how to appeal?

24.07.2021
Federal self-employed economic immigration

28.08.2021
Immigration to Atlantic provinces

25.09.2021
Private sponsorship of refugees

30.10.2021
Visitor visa and Super visa

27.11.2021
Immigration pathways to Prairie provinces

30.04.2022
Atlantic Immigration Program

28.05.2022
PRRA – Pre-removal risk assessment

25.06.2022
Immigration Applications Processing Chinook Tool: Myths and Facts

27.08.2022
Canadian Start-up program: Work permits and Permanent Residence

29.10.2022
Sponsorship of orphaned brother, nephew, or niece

26.11.2022
Canadian Visitor visa: Refusals and how to RE-APPLY

10.12.2022
Economic Mobility Pathways - Pilot

28.01.2023
Specific Agri-food industries and occupations eligible for immigration to Canada

25.02.2023
Humanitarian and compassionate considerations for immigration to Canada

29.04.2023
NOC 2021 – Updates and tips on how to analyze client’s profile

27.05.2023
Canadian Experience class: Federal Immigration Program

24.06.2023
Prince Edward Island PNP - skilled workers

29.07.2023
Yukon PNP: Immigration streams

26.08.2023
Immigration programs in Northwest Territories

30.09.2023
Nova Scotia PNP immigration programs

28.10.2023
Federal Skilled Trades: Immigration Pathway

09.12.2023
Ontario PNP

30.03.2024
Immigration Pathways for clients with cultural or athletics experience

Elsy Jacob, MSW, RCIC & Commissioner of Affidavits and Oaths, Ontario Canada

Elsy Jacob, is a Canadian Citizen, and is licensed by the College of Immigration and Citizenship Consultants Canada. She is a Legal and Community Service Professional and has worked in immigration and social services for over 25 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, Social Services, Immigration Consultant Diploma(IPP) and other courses for over two decades and hence is a strong advocate of Ethics, Human Rights with Professional Practice Training and expertise in performance management.

She has been a support system,mentor for new legal, health and social services professionals and helped them commence their practice. Her passion is immigration law and she constantly researches, new updates in immigration law, appeals and presents webinars at various forums. She published her first law book worldwide called “Canadian Immigration Pathways “, in the Year 2021 and is currently working on new and updated series of books, both in immigration law and community services.

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 in social work, she also has a TESOL from Canada, ADR Certification, a Higher Certificate of Law from U.K and an Hon. Doctorate in HRM from U.S.A. She is also certified in research with Lexisnexus and West law.