Guide to Canada Immigration Services
The company was founded by both Erli Bregu & Kimberley Brock with the purpose of helping the community to deal with Immigration Matters.
With offices in 6 major cities in Ontario, including Toronto, Barrie, Bracebridge, Niagara Falls and Owen Sound, our Paralegals, Immigration Consultants and Agents can cater to any of your Immigration needs. Guide to Canada Immigration Services has recently also opened an office in Tirana, Albania, to better service their clients. It has come a long way, since its original conception in Barrie.
In addition, Guide to Canada Immigration Services also offers other legal services through these offices, such as Traffic Offences, Criminal Matters, Landlord/Tenant Matters and more. Please contact the individual offices for more information.
We are different from other firms. We pay special attention to detail, as well as provide prompt communications for our clients. After all, we are looking after the future of their families. Our number one goal is to get our clients the best results possible.
Meet your consultants
Regulated Immigration Consultant
Erli was born in Albania and immigrated to Canada in 2000. He is fluent in both Albanian and Italian. Erli has a bachelor’s degree in Architectural Science from Ryerson University, as well as a graduating degree from CTS Canadian Career College, both with Honors.
Erli was always interested in Law and that is why he furthered his education to become a Paralegal. Knowing firsthand the challenges new immigrants face when moving to Canada, he chose to continue his education to help the community with Immigration Matters. Erli completed Immigration Consultant Course from CDI College with Honors, and became a Regulated Immigration Consultant. Erli is regulated by both the Law Society of Ontario & the Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council. He brings many additional qualities to the office, such as previous court experience, business management and deep ties to the local community. As one of the founding members of the company, Erli together with Kim are dedicated to bringing justice to those in need.
Kimberley Anne Brock
Kim graduated, with honours, from the same class as Erli at CTS Canadian Career College. They both successfully passed the Paralegal Licensing Exam that same year and knew that operating as a team was a vision that would soon turn into reality. Kim is regulated by the Law Society of Ontario as a Licensed Paralegal.
Kim was born in Ottawa and is fluent in French. She continued her education further as well and successfully completed the Law Clerk program at CTS Canadian Career College, with Honors. Kim’s previous office and customer service experience, along with her passion for Law since childhood, has proven to be a successful combination in ensuring that justice is prevailed for her clients.
Kim has the passion and drive to ensure that your matter is handled efficiently and she is dedicated to her clients’ right to justice.
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