Mr. Allan Johannson:
He has been involved with certified identification processes; (Fingerprinting — both digital and manual) Criminal background name checks. His background has lead to his ability to complete Record Suspensions and Waivers of Inadmissibility to the USA. He is also Commissioner for Oaths.
He looks forward to assisting his clients with any area of concern and invites them to call for an appointment.
Ms. Emily Yiu:
Emily grew up in Hong Kong where she graduated with a Masters degree in Linguistics in 2005, just before entering Canada as an immigrant in 2008. Upon arriving, she continued her studies at the University of Alberta, where she completed her second Masters in Linguistics in 2012. Furthermore, Emily took a turn into immigration and became an immigration consultant in 2016, which led her to become an active member of ICCRC in early 2017. She is also certified as a Commissioner for Oaths in and for the province of Alberta.
Emily welcomes all who are looking for help in immigration, whether it may be for themselves, family members and/or friends; she welcomes you to contact her at legal-Ease!
Ms. Allison Li:
Allison grew up in China and Came to Canada in 2007. She studied and received her bachelor (honors) degree in Commerce in University of Manitoba. Allison has always been interested in helping her friends and family with their needs for international study and immigration in Canada. After a few years of working as an accountant, she moved on to work in the immigration consulting field. She successfully achieved the license to practice as a Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant (RCIC) in 2017.
Ms. Melanie Goldsworthy:
Melanie was born abroad to a Canadian father and British mother and has deep Canadian roots that trace back many generations. Because she didn’t arrive in Canada until she was almost a teenager, Melanie understands what it is like to be a foreigner in Canada. There are cultural differences that everyone new to Canada must navigate, and Melanie understands that.
Melanie is a Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant (R513701). Melanie worked as a litigation legal assistant for over ten years when she began working as an assistant in Labour and Employment law at a Calgary law firm. As she was exposed more and more to immigration matters, Melanie discovered a passion for Immigration and went back to school to become a Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant (RCIC).
Melanie is a member in good standing of the Canadian Association of Professional Immigration Consultants (CAPIC). When not helping clients navigate the Canadian Immigration process, Melanie can be found gardening or reading.