We know how valuable your time is, that’s why we try our best to have an efficient, open and discretion conversation with you at all times. We cooperate with selected partners to offer you customized complete solutions from a single source. In this way we want to make your move to Canada as smooth as possible.
Highly Skilled & Certified
All of our consultants have a valid license to provide immigration and citizenship advice as not anyone can offer tips or advice as an immigration consultant. Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant first need an initial university degree and may then acquire the specialist knowledge they need to graduate and take the certification exam in a graduate course that takes about 1 year to complete. In each successive year, Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultants must demonstrate by means of multiple training courses and examinations that they have mastered the complex material. All these requirements are monitored by a central regulatory body called the Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council.
Our mission illustrates our total commitment to our clients’ needs and is exemplified by the following core principles: Your successful settlement in Canada.
A PROUD CANADIAN RESIDENT
Born in Germany & Immigrated to Canada
My name is Alexandra Weipert. I was a long-term employee with ProCanada Consulting Inc. under the previous owner Hubertus Liebrecht. Now I am the president of ProCanada Consulting Inc. I am a licensed and professional Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant and member in good standing with the Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council (ICCRC) duly authorized to practice in the Immigration Field. I attended post secondary education at the desirable University of Ludwig-Maximilians in Munich, graduating with a B. A., majoring in Politics & Sociology.
In 2020, I graduated from Ashton College obtaining my Canadian Immigration Practitioner Certificate.
Together we reach your goal – here’s to a successful cooperation!
Are you thinking about immigrating to Canada, but don’t know how best to go about it? Or do you already have a first visa that’s about to expire and now need a new one? Or are you interested in Canadian citizenship or even dual citizenship with Canada and your home country?