Erika is a Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant (RCIC) at Invicta Law Corporation in Vancouver, BC and a member in good standing of the Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council (ICCRC).
She is passionate about helping aspiring individuals intending to come to Canada.
Her parents came to Canada originally from the Philippines as temporary foreign workers when she was 9 years old, so she knows and understands how hard it is to be away from loved ones. Now Canadian citizens, Erika and her brothers went through separate immigration processes in order to come to Canada and reunite with their parents as a family.
Erika studied for her Certificate in Immigration Law, Policies and Procedures at The University of British Columbia, successfully passed the Entry-to-Practice Exam, and became a Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant.
- Certificate in Immigration Law, Policies and Procedures, University of British Columbia (July 2019)
- Bachelor of Arts Major in Political Science and Minor in Canadian Studies, University of British Columbia (November 2017)
- Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council (ICCRC-CRCIC)
News & Resources
In Immigration Law, the finding of misrepresentation is a serious matter with significant consequences. For immigrants, the law is (unexpectedly) quite broad and raises many issues. In my experience, while there are people who intentionally withheld material facts, there are others who genuinely believed that it was unnecessary to provide such information. I am constantly…
Some employers have to prove their business legitimacy when they are looking to sponsor a foreign worker. This is a requirement to proceed with the LMIA application process. There may also be other reasons why an attestation letter is required.