Caribbean trip 2022

See you again this year

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uring late winter or early spring, Upper Canada Immigration Consultants typically travels to  the Caribbean to meet with people who would like to come to Canada to live, work, study, visit or do business. In 2020, before the COVID-19 situation worsened, we decided to postpone that annual trip. Many of you are contacting us directly in Canada as it is, and Upper Canada Immigration Consultants have moved our business on-line and through video meetings, much like many other service businesses. Remember that you do not have to meet us personally in order to retain our services to assist you. Use the phone, or WhatsApp, please.

If you’d like to work with us on an application, or find out if a visit or a move to Canada is feasible, then contacting us is simple. During this period when travel is perceived as risky, we can safely and securely connect  with you by WhatsApp. You and also  use  e-mail to contact us.

Client contact after COVID-19

For the past two years. Canadians (and people everywhere) tried to stay safe from COVID-19. We worked from home wherever possible, and avoided travel. We did the same, followed guidelines about minimizing the chance of contacting the virus, or putting our clients at risk through direct meetings. Routine things, such as mail and packages may take longer to receive, and some services we are used to receiving quickly take longer, occasionally much longer than they did in 2019 and earlier. But we are getting through it, and we look forward to visiting the Caribbean again in 2022.

Contact us if you’d like to arrange to see us in Guyana. We are considering a trip to Jamaica and perhaps to Trinidad as well. If one of those places are home to you, and you’d like an appointment to talk with us in person, let us know. If we get enough interest, it makes a business decision to fly to your country that much easier.