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Nadia Nascimben, RCIC
Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant

Nadia Nascimben is a Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant (RCIC) and a Member in good standing with the College of Immigration and Citizenship Consultants l (CCIC). She has over 15 years experience within the immigration field and has held executive roles within private corporations and the Federal Government of Canada. She is always using current and up to date resources to work on diverse and complex immigration cases. She is multilingual speaking English, Italian, Spanish & French.
In her most recent role as the right hand to the Deputy Mayor, working as the Executive Assistant, Intergovernmental Advisor, and formally as the Constituency Director for a Parliamentary Secretary, Federal Member of Parliament, Nadia assisted with hundreds of case files. All files were handled with diligence and accuracy. She is very familiar with the processes for obtaining Labor Market Impact Assessments (LMIA), Work Permits, Visitor Records, Super Visas, International Experience Class & many more applications. She is known for providing exceptional work on immigration matters coupled with providing extreme dedication and knowledge pertaining to all immigration processes.

In addition to the above roles, she is also a Professor of the fullskillexamprep. program which helps aspiring RCIC's learn immigration avenues and practises. She represents the company by instructing the course at the University of Toronto quarterly.

Nadia is a member of the CCIC, is recognized by the Government of Canada as an authorized representative able to help with Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC), Canada Border Services Agency(CBSA) and Service Canada applications. She represents many corporate and individual cases and is legally able to advise, guide and consult with clients regarding their Canadian Immigration application(s) and/ or Service Canada applications.
As the Executive Director of Careopoly Immigration Services, Nadia continues to focus on educating clients and ensuring that all immigration matters are dealt with in an honest, organized and timely manner. Once every three months for 3 days,  Nadia teaches the Entry-to-Practice Exam at the University of Toronto

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