Marjorie Curet MS, RCIC
A Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant in good standing with the Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council, her certification in
Immigration is from the University of British Columbia. She additionally holds a bachelor's degree and a Masters from the University of Illinois and the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She
possess many years of experience in research and is proficient in both writing and explaining technical information in an easy to understand way. She is additionally a Commissioner for Taking Affidavits in Ontario and enjoys advocating for her clients.
Yaz Haddad MBA
Business Development Manager- Middle East
With over ten years of human resource experience, accounting, Canadian tax knowledge and with an intricate knowledge of Middle Eastern culture, Yaz
is exceptionally positioned to assist those looking to transition to Canada successfully in both Arabic and English. He holds a bachelor's degree in Business Administration, additional Accounting
Diploma and a Masters of Business Administration from the New York Institute of Technology. He is also a member of The Association of Tax and Accounting Professionals and the Canadian Federation
of Independent Business; founder of Silver Peak Accounting.
Ruba Maksoud B.Eng, CCEA
Case Manager & Educational Advisor
In addition to her technical background, Ruba is also a local London graduate in Business Administration who works closely on immigration files to ensure all targets and standards related to Silver Peak Immigration protocols are met. She additionally coordinates all administrative operations regarding immigration matters for specific clients, assists in the preparation of filing of various kinds of applications, and provides education support to students who are interested in studying in Canada. She is fluent in both Arabic and English.
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