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Rebecca Major

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Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant

With over a decade of experience as a Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant (RCIC # R511564), and an active member of The College of Immigration and Citizenship Consultants, Rebecca offers reliable guidance, insights and experience into the complexities of Canadian immigration law for both newcomers to Canada and Canadian companies looking for hire foreign talent.

Beginning with a Law degree from the University of Leicester in the UK and a year studying International Law at the University of Oslo in Norway, Rebecca possesses a solid foundation in both domestic and international legal principles. Further enhancing her credentials, Rebecca achieved a Postgraduate Diploma of Law with distinction from the University of Law in the UK before pursuing her dream of immigrating to Canada in 2010.

Having worked within prominent Canadian immigration law firms for nearly 15 years, Rebecca has a comprehensive understanding of various immigration pathways having assisted thousands of individuals to immigrate to Canada via the following pathways:

  • Federal Skilled Worker Program, Canadian Experience Class and Federal Skilled Trade Program via the Express Entry system, 
  • Provincial Nominee Programs (PNPs), 
  • International Experience Canada (IEC) applications
  • Public policies
  • Study permits, 
  • Work permits, 
  • Family Sponsorship, 
  • And Criminal/ Medical Inadmissibility issues

In addition to representing clients, Rebecca is an experienced Immigration law writer, interpreting and breaking down the intricacies of Canadian immigration law for audiences around the world. 

Rebecca’s Immigration Journey: 

Commencing her journey in Montreal, Canada in 2010 under the Working Holiday work permit as part of the International Experience Class, Rebecca understands the challenges and opportunities faced by newcomers to Canada. Having personally renewed this work permit three times before her permanent residence application was approved in 2013, Rebecca has navigated the immigration landscape firsthand.

In 2019, Rebecca became a Canadian citizen, a testament to her deep commitment to and integration within Canadian society. Now enjoying dual nationality—UK and Canada— Rebecca brings a unique perspective and firsthand experience to our community.

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