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There are many ways to immigrate to Canada, including investor, skilled worker, and reunion. Based on your situation, our ICCRC Regulated Immigration Consultant will analyze and make an immigration plan that is appropriate for you.



Canada is one of the countries in the world that provide the most advanced and popularized higher education. Our professional consultants customize a study or a study+immigration plan for you.

Permit & Visa

Canadian permits and visas require a wide range of documents and have high refusal rates. Providing sufficient and accurate documents is crucial for a permit/visa to be approved. Our ICCRC regulated Immigration Consultant strives to provide you with accurate and efficient services.

Affidavit & Recruitment

Recruiters of foreign workers in Nova Scotia must hold a recruiter licence from Labour Standards to provide recruitment services. 

Besides, we provide service for oaths, affidavits and declarations.

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information about settlement and life in Canada, welfare and tax of Canada...... 


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Welcome to Lead Immigration!

Lead Immigration is a firm established in Halifax, the largest city in the four Atlantic provinces of Canada. It provides professional services with consultation and applications for Canadian immigration, study, permit and visa, as well as affidavit and recruitment as its main business.

Adhering to the mission of Conscientiousness and Sincereness,

we make great efforts to provide customized professional services for all our clients.

Our immigration consultant Yi Liu (RCIC) is:

  • ICCRC regulated Immigration Consultant

  • Nova Scotia granted Foreign Worker Recruiter

  • Nova Scotia appointed  Commissioner of Oaths

What is the ICCRC Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant (RCIC)?


ICCRC stands for the Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council. Section 91(2)(c) of the Canadian Immigration and Refugee Protection Act stipulates that only legal advisers such as Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant (RCIC) and lawyers are eligible to provide paid immigration consultation services to applicants and to communicate with the Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) and the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) on behalf of the applicants.


Why choose an ICCRC Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant (RCIC)?


  • Before becoming a regulated immigration consultant, you need to systematically study up to 10 professional courses on Canadian immigration law and various cases. After passing the course assessment, language proficiency test (CLB 8) and national RCIC Entry-to-Practice-Exam, you can apply to be a member of ICCRC and become an RCIC;

  • In order to ensure consumer and public protection, RCICs must take practice management education (PME) courses that provide RCICs with the appropriate education, tools, and resources required for competent practice mandated by the ICCRC;

  • In order to ensure that the knowledge system is up to date, the RCICs must complete Continuing Professional Development (CPD) annually by participating in a number of ICCRC approved activities that are of actual Canadian immigration content;

  • In order to maximize your interests, RCICs must purchase Errors & Omissions insurance annually;

  • Every RCIC is strictly regulated by the ICCRC. If there is an irreconcilable contradiction or dispute during the process, you can file a complaint with the ICCRC.


If you choose an unregulated immigration consultant, the quality of service you receive and your rights will not be guaranteed.

How do I check if your immigration consultant is an ICCRC Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant (RCIC)?


Each ICCRC regulated immigration consultant has an RCIC number and an immigration consultant certificate bearing the ICCRC logo. To further confirm whether your immigration consultant is a Canadian Immigration approved person, you can click on the official website of the Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) and the official ICCRC website for inquiries:






Email: info@leadimmi.com

Office Phone: +1 902-268-0638

WeChat: lideyimin





Office Address

19 Alma Crescent, Suite 206

Halifax, Nova Scotia, CA B3N 2C4

Free parking lots outside

Bus: #2, #3, #4

Office Hours:

Monday to Friday: 10:00 -- 17:00 (ADT)

Saturday: appointment only



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