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Our mission, vision and core values

Mission of Mesidor Canadian Immigration Services


At Mesidor Canadian Immigration Services, we assist you by:


  • listening to your questions, concerns and preoccupations and providing you with sound advice and guidance;


  • assessing your particular situation and informing you of your different options, where applicable;


  • representing you by preparing, submitting, and following up on your Canadian immigration file on your behalf;


  • preparing you for and accompanying you to an interview or hearing.


At Mesidor Canadian Immigration Services, we apply our deep knowledge of the Canadian immigration system to help non Canadian residents to come to Canada and Canadian residents to maintain or improve their status and bring family members to Canada.

Vision of Mesidor Canadian Immigration Services
Core value of Mesidor Canadian Immigration Services
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Core values

At Mesidor Canadian Immigration Services, we value:


  • Good faith. We discharge, in good faith, all responsibilities to clients, government agencies, the IRB, colleagues, and any others affected in the course of our practice.


  • Competence. We continue, at all times, to be competent to perform any services we undertake for our clients in our practice, and we do not undertake any task or service that we are not fully competent by knowledge and experience to handle.


  • Quality of service. We do our best efforts to meet all applicable deadlines; conduct our client affairs in an efficient, cost-effective manner; communicate with our clients at all necessary stages of a matter in a timely and effective way; engage an interpreter or other help when necessary for competent service; and pursue the appropriate professional development training to maintain and enhance our knowledge and skills.


  • Confidentiality. We hold in strict confidence, at all times, all information concerning the personal and business affairs of our clients, and do not disclose such information unless we are authorized by the client, obligated to do so under provincial or federal law, or we believe that the disclosure is necessary to defend allegations made against us in a court or administrative tribunal (including CICC).

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