Michel Beaubien & Associates
Jean-Daniel Beaubien & Michel Beaubien
Michel Beaubien and Associates (M.B.A.) was incorporated under Canadian law in 1990. M.B.A. is a Montreal-based company headed by Mr. Michel Beaubien. He has close to forty years of experience in immigration. Since 1990, the company has successfully processed the files of more than 7000 families who now have permanent resident status.
Mr. Beaubien has a Master's degree in International Relations from the University of Montreal. He was Chief of Staff to the Quebec Minister of Immigration from 1981 to 1985. His role primarily consisted in advising the Minister on immigration issues and policies. From 1985 to 1990, he worked as an economic advisor for the Immigration Department for Investors at the Ministry of Immigration of Quebec.
Michel Beaubien is registered with the Quebec Register of Immigration Consultant under the inscription number 11093 (see register) and is a member of the Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council with the identification number R407703 (see register).
Jean-Daniel Beaubien is the Vice-President of the firm. He is registered with the Quebec Register of Immigration Consultant under the inscription number 11794 (see register) and is a member of the Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council with the identification number R531259 (see register).
The firm is supported by a staff of dedicated employees with decades of experience in the immigration field.
Michel Beaubien & Associates is exclusively involved in immigration, and does not work in any other field. Only the accredited immigration consultants registered with the Quebec Register of Immigration Consultant and the members of the Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council and lawyers are authorized by the Governments of Quebec and Canada to submit immigration files for a third party. Regardless of the immigration consultant you choose it is important that he is a member of these two organizations.
We conduct a preliminary evaluation to determine your chances of obtaining permanent resident status before signing a contract with you. We do not accept files from candidates unless they have a good chance of obtaining a permanent resident visa. When we accept a file, it is because we believe it has good chances of receiving the permanent resident visa at the end of the procedure.
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