INITIAL BUSINESS CONSULTATION AGREEMENT
This legal agreement refers to the initial consultation conducted by Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant (RCIC) Kathy Pellerin (the “RCIC”), Membership Number R514712 and the below signing CLIENT (the “CLIENT”).
The purpose of the initial consultation is to answer the CLIENT’s questions related to Canadian Immigration law and Canadian immigration programs, evaluate the CLIENT’s eligibility and admissibility for permanent or temporary immigration to Canada and/or to verify the CLIENT’s qualifications to provide them with their business immigration possibilities or with an immigration plan, as the case may be.
Please be advise that Kathy Pellerin is a Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant according to the Canadian laws and is a member in good standing of the Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council with membership number R514712, and as such, is bound by its Bylaw, Code of Ethics, and Regulations. She is a member in good standing of the Québec Registry of Immigration Consultants, member No. 11662, and is also a member No. 000414 of the Saskatchewan registry of Licensed Immigration consultants, and member No. R16256 of the Canadian Association of Professional Immigration Consultants.
The legal basis of the counselling is the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act and its Regulations, immigration laws, regulations and instructions of the Canadian provinces, and it is done according to the consultant’s best knowledge and based on the information provided by the client.
The consultation fee is $450 Canadian dollars. Canadian provincial and federal sales taxes apply if the CLIENT is physically in Canada at the time of the consultation. Money transfer, banking and other related fees are at the CLIENT’s expense.
The consultation is to last a maximum of 30 minutes. The CLIENT commits to be on time and available for the scheduled appointment 15 minutes prior to the scheduled time or to cancel the appointment at least 48 business hours in advance, if neccessary. Should the CLIENT not show for the scheduled appointment or present themselves past the scheduled time, no refund will be issued. If the 30 minutes are not sufficient and the CLIENT has further questions, they will be required to schedule another appointment. Under exceptional circumstances the client or the consultant has the right to postpone the consultation without incurring in extra payments 1 time.
Should the client have additional questions after the 30 minutes of consultation have passed, scheduling another appointment will be needed, unless a representation contract is signed. For greater clarity, should the client need assistance after the consultation, there is the option of scheduling another meeting or to hire the consultant.
The consultation is to be done online or in person. You need to have your camera on at all times during the consultation and make sure to have a computer available for the appointment to take place. Should the CLIENT prefer the telephone as means of communication, he/she will be the one making the call and covering any long-distance fees.
Taking this consultation with the RCIC does not oblige the CLIENT to hire the consultant for any further immigration procedures.
Taking the consultation does not imply that the RCIC is representing the CLIENT before the immigration authorities.
This agreement shall be governed by the laws in effect in the Province/Territory of Quebec.
As the context may require, the singular shall include the plural and vice versa; words importing the masculine shall include the feminine gender and vice versa.
The client and the consultant agree that for the purpose of this agreement, by pressing the SUBMIT button, the client accepts and signs the present agreement.
The parties acknowledge that they have requested that this agreement be drawn up in English. Las partes solicitaron redactar el presente contrato en inglés. Les parties ont accordé de rédiger le présent accord en anglais.