Canadian Immigration and Recruitment
Canada Immigration Partners is owned and operated by Matthew Sell and Miho Shimzu who are both registered and recognised RCIC agents. Canada Immigration Partners deal with immigration to Canada and they offer a recruitment service to employers and employees. Their offices are in Vancouver and Calgary.
Miho Shimizu is from Japan and she has lived in the UK and the US before settling in Vancouver in 1996. She is seen as one of the senior regulated Japanese immigration consultants in Canada and she specialises in the Provincial Nominee Program. She is fluent in Japanese and English. Her RCIC number is R419143.
Matthew Sell is from the UK and he has lived and worked in Hong Kong, Taiwan and India. He graduated from Oxford University with a degree in Philosophy, Economics and Politics. Matthew assists employers with their applications for LMIA and ICT work permits. His RCIC number is R418679.
Rodney Megill is the third RCIC agent at this Canadian Immigration company (R415487) and he had an 18 year long career with the CIC where he worked in domestic and international postings.
Visit their website here: www.cipcanada.com
Canada Immigration Partners deals with immigration and recruitment and there is helpful information on each section. There is also a section for students that are wanting to study in Canada.
Terry Leighton deals with the recruitment side of the business and he has over 20 years of experience. Something that we felt was a nice feature is the Resume Writing Service which is under the Job Board. This helpful service lets Canada Immigration Partners assist you with writing your resume, cover letter and optimising your LinkedIn profile so that you stand out. Something that did disappoint us is that the Job Board is not up-to-date and the last job posted is from July.
There are social media links from the website for Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Pinterest. The Facebook account was created in 2008 but it only has just over 80 likes. The posts to the page are regular and relevant to Canada and Canadian immigration. Obviously the traffic through the page isn’t great.
The Twitter account and the Pinterest account seem to have been forgotten as not much has happened on them for a while.
The LinkedIn account is very basic and we are a little disappointed to be honest. If Canada Immigration Partners offers their clients the service of “sprucing” up their personal LinkedIn accounts, surely theirs should be a good example?
The social media presence for Canada Immigration Partners is disappointing as not much effort has gone into it.
Canada Immigration Partners has one of the nicest websites that we have seen in a while and besides a few faults with their social media and important online documentation, they seem to be a trustworthy company.
They have put a great deal of effort into their business and it shows. The video on the Homepage as well as the testimonials give you a good first impression of this Canadian immigration and recruitment company.
If you have dealt with Canada Immigration Partners please leave a comment below and tell us about your experience.
- There are three RCIC that work for the company
- There is also a recruitment service
- There is no important online documentation
- There is a poor social media presence
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