Nassim Yahyaei, RCIC

Nassim Yahyaei, RCIC
Nassim Yahyaei, RCIC
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Nassim Yahyaei is a Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant, currently working as an immigration advisor at the University of Toronto. With superior knowledge of Canadian immigration law, she functions as the university expert on immigration policies and regulations and contributes to program development targeted at international students.

Nassim provides accurate, timely and culturally appropriate advice to international students (in degree and non-degree, exchange, ESL and non-traditional special research/internship programs) and their family members from over 80 countries on regular and complicated non-routine immigration issues, including study and work permits, TRV, permanent residency and citizenship. She also acts as an advocate for international students as required.

Nassim regularly plans and coordinates workshops to assist new and continuing international students, university staff and departments with all relevant government regulations and policies. 

Being committed to internationalization of education in Canada, Nassim liaise and collaborates with both the University of Toronto and external partners, including government agencies to facilitate the exchange of information and contribute to consultations for aligning immigration policies with Canada International Education Strategy. 

She makes every endeavor to strengthen collaboration between federal/provincial governments and the education sector to attract a larger number of international students and researchers to Canada and to create more opportunities for international-minded Canadian students to study and work abroad.

In addition to her expertise in immigration advising, Nassim has extensive experience teaching in at Ontario colleges for schools of Business Management and International Business where she has adopted strategies to raise cultural awareness, improve inter-cultural communication and adapt her teaching approaches to support all adult-learners including international students.