February 21, 2013 16:30 ET
Primus Announces Canadian Immigration Seminars in Venezuela
Primus Immigration Expert Team Will Hold Seminars in Caracas, Maracaibo and Valencia, Venezuela February 25th & 28th and March 4th
QUEBEC and MONTREAL and MARACAIBO, VENEZUELA–(Marketwire – Feb 21, 2013) – With an increase in interest by Venezuelans to move to Canada, Primus Immigration is hosting three seminars in the South American country to explain to potential Venezuelan Immigrants what legal paths can be taken to obtain the right to work and live in Canada and avoid fraudulent claims by “consultants” and become victims of Fraud.
The seminars are intended for:
University graduates under 40 years of age that have 5 years of work experience or more
Isabel J. De Oliveira, Head of Primus Immigration, says, “We are very interested in helping people in Venezuela and other Latin American countries migrate to Canada the right way. These seminars allow us to educate potential immigrants and show them what opportunities Canada offers to them.” According to the expectations of Emploi-Québec, almost 730,000 job openings will occur from now until 2015. According to the Government of Quebec, one quarter of these jobs will be provided to respond to growth (net creation of 240,000 jobs) and three quarters in order to replace those leaving for retirement (500,000 jobs).
In this seminar Potential Immigrants receive information about Canada, the different laws and requirements, different immigration programs, job opportunities, the cost of an immigration application and fees. As well, we will give you information regarding what is needed to obtain the Permanent Residence Visa to Canada and how to avoid Fraud. Primus Immigration services and legal advice are 100% guaranteed and are backed by more than 21 years of experience in the field by Lawyer Isabel de Oliveira, who throughout the years has represented with ethic, professionalism and honesty the immigration laws and thousands of clients internationally. Isabel De Oliveira is a member of the Quebec Bar (Barreau du Quebec) and the Quebec Immigration Lawyers Association (AQAADI). Remember, you will be represented by a lawyer, not an immigration consultant.
For those that cannot attend the seminar, these events are not required, visit Primusimmigration.com and fill out our Immigration Questionnaire and we will get in touch with you as soon as possible.
Coming soon: seminars about immigration to Canada with Primus Immigration in Mexico, Brazil, Portugal, Spain, Ireland, Chile, Ecuador, Peru and Costa Rica.
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