About the Book
By reading this book, one should be able to say, “I understand the importance of selecting correct pathways for courses and importance of National Occupation Classification (NOC) codes in Canada for work options and long-term residency goals, including permanent residency (PR) under Federal Canadian Experience Class (CEC).”
About the Author
Elsy Jacob, MSW, RCIC and Commissioner of Affidavits and Oaths, Ontario, Canada
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 the legal field and immigration field for over twenty years. She has helped many families come and settle in Canada.
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 other courses for over a decade and hence is a strong advocate of ethics and human rights with professional practice and training.
She has been a support system for new legal professionals and has helped them commence their legal practice. Her passion is immigration law and she constantly researches new updates in immigration law and appeals and presents webinars at various forums, including IMEDA, which is Immigration Education Alliance, Canada.
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 both legal and licensing exams and English language courses. Besides her Master’s degree, she also has a TESOL from Canada, ADR Certification, and a Higher Certificate of Law from the United Kingdom.
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