B.M.G.’s team of case officers will help your immigration process go smoothly. Fully versed in preparing a range of different types of applications, they will guide you through the process of completing your forms and collating all of your documents as required for your application. With the direction of our two licensed consultants, they oversee your application and they ensure that applications are submitted in a professional and timely manner. They are kept up to date on all immigration regulations for each of the countries and work closely with the relocation team of B.M.G.
Helen has been working in the migration industry since 1999, assisting people with migration application’s to Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, and of course, Canada.
Upon relocating to Canada in 2006, Helen now specializes in Canadian immigration. In 2008, Helen completed an Immigration Practitioner course with Seneca College in Toronto, obtaining High Honours.
Upon completion of this course, Helen successfully completed the licensing examination and has been a member in good standing since August 2008. Helen is also a member in good standing with the Canadian Association of Professional Immigration Consultants (CAPIC).
Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant – R408199
Canadian Assoication of Professional Immigration Consultants (C.A.P.I.C.) – R10114
Joanne lived in Seattle, U.S.A, for a couple of years with her husband and two children before immigrating to Canada in 2007. She spent eight weeks traveling around Canada before finally making Montréal her home. Joanne has been working for Brazolot Migration Group since 2009.
Born in Kingston, Ont. but raised in Guelph, Ont., Robert has had the benefit of enjoying the luxuries and amenities that Canada has to offer. Having travelled extensively to Atlantic Canada and parts out West, Robert has seen first-hand what Canada has to offer and would like to offer his assistance to persons looking to make Canada their new home.
After completing his schooling at Niagara College and Conestoga College for Chef Training and Business, respectively, he joined Brazolot Migration Group a short time ago as a Case Officer and has enjoyed his time at the company ever since. Robert looks forward to working closely with clients and helping to make their dreams of moving to Canada a reality.
Melissa was born and raised in the province of Quebec, living in various cities close to Montreal. She has also spent time living on the west coast of Canada in Port Moody, British Columbia, as well as living abroad in Darwin, Australia.
Melissa loves to travel both around Canada and internationally. In Canada, she has visited all the western provinces as well as Ontario. Internationally, she has visited the United States, Italy, England, France, the Netherlands, Cuba, St. Maarten, and Australia.
She joined the Brazolot Migration Group case processing team and looks forward to helping clients through the migration process in order to make their Canadian dreams come true.
Stéphanie was born and raised in Québec, living just off the island of Montréal. She loves visiting various areas of the province, camping in the beautiful provincial parks with her family.
In Canada, she has visited Ontario, New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island, with plans of visiting all of Canada’s wonderful provinces and territories. She has also made a few trips to the United States, visiting Connecticut, Maine, Florida and New York.
Stéphanie is working as an assistant case officer for Brazolot Migration Group and is looking forward to working with clients to help them through their immigration process.
Noé was born in Paris, France, and made the journey to come to Canada in his youth. His studies have allowed him to live in the cities of Vancouver, Toronto, Montreal and Saskatoon. Seeing most of the country, he has come to appreciate the sheer diversity of Canada and its major cities.
Now back in Montréal, Noé is working a case officer for Brazolot Migration Group. He aims to take his knowledge of the country and skills to assist clients in realizing their plans and making their migration into Canada as smooth as possible.