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J&J Immigration Consultants

AGREEMENT FOR LEGAL SERVICES

BETWEEN

IMAN AL JAMIL, from J&J IMMIGRATION CONSULTANTS INC. having business at: 22, Boulevard Deguire Montreal, Quebec H4N 1N4 HEREAFTER CALLED THE CONSULTANT

AND:

HEREAFTER CALLED THE CLIENT

CONSIDERING THAT THE CONSULTANT IS PRACTICING IN THE FIELD OF IMMIGRATION LAW; CONSIDERING THAT THE CLIENT IS SEEKING PROFESSIONAL SERVICES FROM THE CONSULTANT;

THE PARTIES HERETO AGREE TO THE FOLLOWING:


1. THE CONSULTANT will process the clients application for Canadian Permanent Residence, such application will include the whole family of the client, if so needed; THE CONSULTANT will take the necessary steps to that the client can obtain a positive result; THE CLIENT WILL PAY THE FOLLOWING FEES TO THE CONSULTANT: a) 950$ Upon signature of this contract; Upon receipt of the file number; Upon approval of the application after interview or interview waiver

2. 3.

b) 925$ c) 925$

d) TOTAL FEES OF ARTICLE (3) WILL BE OF 2800$ CAD;

4. In the event that the merits of the Client's application for permanent residence is assessed under the applicable selection factors and a decision is rendered by the Visa Office refusing the application, within the meaning of the Immigration Act, and the Consultant is unable to overturn such decision, and save and except for a medical or security inadmissibility, an unfavourable modification to current selection criteria or unfavourable immigration policy which occurs subsequent to the date of this agreement, or the failure by the Client to adhere to all of the terms and conditions of this agreement, the Attorney undertakes to provide a refund to the Client of the fees paid by the Client excluding $895 to be retained by the Consultant for services rendered, and excluding processing fees levied by the processing Visa Office.

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5. Consultant fees are not refundable if the application is refused due to one of the following reasons: (1) the Client has misrepresented his background by submitting false information, diplomas or documents; (2) undisclosed prior criminal conviction of any member of his family; (3) undisclosed known prior existing medical condition(s) of any member of his family; (4) if he had indicated false English or/and French language abilities on the Application (5) if the immigration law changes to the disadvantage of the application; (6) if the Client unreasonably delays the production of supporting documents required by the Consultant; (7) if this agreement is terminated by the client at any stage of the process. As well, the Client is responsible to pay for fees owing at that time. The Consultant may exercise all rights of retention until outstanding fees are paid. 6. The Client acknowledges that delays incurred in the processing of the application may vary in accordance with various factors outside the control of the Consultant including and without limitation, the increase or decrease in the volume of applications submitted at the processing Visa Office subsequent to the filing of the application or changes in policy by the government of Canada. There shall be no refund payable to the Client for any reason related to any delay incurred in the processing of the application or otherwise disposed of by the Visa Office. 7. It is understood that it is the client who will pay the Government processing fees that have been determined by The Federal/Provincial Immigration Office for the processing of his applications;

8. The client agrees to give to the consultant all the required information and documents that are necessary for the processing of the clients application; 9. If the client has any complaints regarding the legal services or advice given by the Consultant, he may contact the following regulatory organization: The Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council 1100 Burloak Drive, Suite 300 Burlington, Ontario, L7L 6B2 Canada Telephone: 1-877-836-7543 Fax: 1-877-315-9868 Email: info@iccrc-crcic.ca

10. The present contract shall be governed and interpreted by the laws of the Province of Quebec, CANADA;

11. The parties have agreed that this agreement be written in the English language. Les deux parties se sont entendues pour que le contrat soit rdig en anglais.

AND THE PARTIES HAVE SIGNED:


Signed in , this , 2011.

____________________________________________________________ CLIENT

Signed in

, this

, 2011.

____________________________________________________________ Iman Al Jamil, Consultant Member of the Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council Member #R406599 22 Boulevard Deguire, Montreal, Quebec H4N 1N4, Canada Tel : (514) 223-7656 Fax : (514) 745-5865 Email : Iman@canada4immigration.ca