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The ​​Following is the Current List Of Can-College Recommended Authorized Representatives/Organization(s)



Suppose your case has been refused, or has some severe complication requiring an independent opinion or services from a Canadian Lawyer. In that case, you may contact a designated Canadian Lawyer(s) directly from the following list: 


​Macintosh Law
Immigration, Refugee and Citizenship Law
Tel: (778) 714-8787

E-mail: william@macintoshlaw.ca


Mr. Robert Gertler Law Office 

robert@gertler.ca

T- +1-416-231-9188

Please note that these lawyers are not affiliated with the college and will be offering services independently and directly to the applicant) 


If you have any difficulty connecting with the counsel, please get in touch with the college-appointed officer/case manager (Mr. A. Zubair (LL, M.)  via
email


Can-College maintains a network of authorized international agents who play an important role in aiding prospective students through their application process while representing the College programs-procedures in a professional and trustworthy manner at all times. Some agents charge a fee for visa counselling. We encourage students who plan to use the services of an agent representative to ask, in advance, what those fees are. If you have any questions or concerns related to hiring an agent please contact student service administrator via email

Using College An Authorized Representative (Designated International Student Consultant-Advocate (DISA))

Call-+1-905-499-3631 

Designated Learning Institution DLI # O262228554872

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​​NATURE AND SCOPE:
The Can-College DISA provides specialized student support to international students. Incumbents in this job classification are responsible for providing academic and immigration advising services, career counselling, and new student orientation to meet the needs of the international student population. The DISA solves a variety of complex immigration issues requiring considerable knowledge of immigration rules and regulations. Incumbents work independently with decisions impacting students’ educational goals.


PRINCIPAL ACCOUNTABILITIES (Includes some or all of the following):

  1. Provides accurate immigration information to international students, monitors and tracks student immigration status, and maintains appropriate files.
  2. Advises students with immigration petitions and applications.
  3. Coordinates and plans programs that support the unique needs of study visas for international students including the development and implementation of retention strategies and new student orientation programs.​
  4. Coordinates and provides academic advising services to international students to include evaluating student academic history, developing academic and career goals, and outlining appropriate classes and resources needed to achieve these goals.
  5. Conducts information degree audits, evaluates placement test scores, and serves as a student advocate in matters related to grievances, grading issues, tuition appeals, and special financial arrangements.​
  6. Assists international students with processing applications for work permits, reinstatements, extensions of stay, and other immigration-related matters.



WORK ENVIRONMENT:

DISA's mostly provide services and related work is performed in their own office. 



Qualifications
The Can-College DISA's are Canadian citizens or permanent residents and licensed by a Canadian designated regulatory body. They have been trained to protect the interest of the student/applicant.  


Become-DISA (Application)



Reporting:

If you feel to have an issue or concern regarding a DISA, or wish to report an activity concerning any DISA, please send a confidential message direct to the college dean via email.