Starting your own immigration business

Congratulations! You completed your training program, passed the language test, passed the ICCRC full skills exam and you are ready to start your immigration business. Now what?

  • Where do I start?
  • Do I start alone or should I look for a partner?
  • Should I quit my present job and solely rely on my immigration business?
  • Can I do immigration as a part time job in addition to my full time job?
  • Do I need an office or I can work from home?
  • Should I rent and office on my own or I should share it with one or more people?
  • Do I have to register my business?
  • How do I choose name for  my business?
  • How do I register my business name?
  • Can I register my business name myself or I have to pay someone to do it for me?
  • Should I incorporate my business?
  • Should I work as as a sole proprietor? Partnership?
  • What are the tax and practical consequences of that decision?
  • Where and how do I open company (business account)?
  • Where and how do I open clients' account?
  • How do I find clients?
  • How will clients pay me?
  • What office supplies and equipment do I need?
  • What software do I have to have?
  • Do I need a web site?
  • What kind of web site do I need (static html site or dynamic data base driven web site)?
  • How do I choose a web host for my web site?
  • How do I register domain name for my business?
  • Do I need both paper and electronic business card?
  • Can I make a web site myself or I have to pay a (semi)professional to do it for me?
  • How do I establish web presence?
  • How do I advertise my services?
  • How do I advertise for free or low-cost?
  • How much do I charge for my services to be competitive?
  • Should I advertise locally and/or globally?
  • What is the best place to advertise on the Internet?
  • How to use social media to benefit my business? 
  • Should I specialize in one area of Canadian immigration?
  • How do I stand out among over 2000 ICCRC registered immigration consultants?
  • Should I focus on IRB related work as the principal source of business?
  • How do I choose which CPD workshops and seminars to attend?
  • How do I make sure I meet all ICCRC requirements?
  • How do I meet Canada Revenue Agency requirements regarding business records?
  • What kind of client filing system should I use?
  • How do I keep record of all my business income, expenses and assets?
  • What are eligible business expenses (which can be deducted from your business income)?
  • What are the basic templates and forms I have to have for my business?
  • How do I choose e-mail address for myself and my business?

We can answer all these and any other questions that you may have of your own.

We charge only $2000CAD (tax included) for 5 hours (in one hour blocks - one hour at a time) of Skype or telephone mentoring. We accept Bitcoin payments.

Why is it only $2000?

Yes, you may say after all those expenses you had just to get ICCRC licence do you really have to pay another two thousand to start your business?

Think about it as an investment: if you do things right from the day one chances are you will save much, much more. Fist year in business is very tough, many new consultants give up on their dream of self-employment during those first 12-24 months. By having right information your chances of succeeding through that difficult period are much better than if you learn through trial and error.

Chances are you have spent around $10000 for training program and other expenses including expenses for ICCRC membership. If you fail you will lose not only your dream but also those ten thousand dollars.

Remember: if you get only one or two extra client because of the advice you get from us those two thousand dollars will be paid back!

When, for example, we tell you how you can put together a web site on your own, which is reliable and presentable, you won't have to pay those two thousand dollars to a (semi)professional to make a web site for your business. 

If we give you right advice regarding office rental you may save those two thousand dollars within a couple of months.

Self-employment comes with many expenses and income is not guaranteed, of course, especially in the beginning. What is important in the beginning is to reduce all unnecessary costs and maximize chances of earning income from business. We think we can help you with both.

We will be giving you practical advice and information (unlike many instructors in the immigration training program you took); that means you will get exact information, web site addresses, step-by-step instructions how to do something.

Immigration consultant behind this web site went through this initial stage of establishing immigration business himself and after 3 years came to a point where he has more business than he can handle in a "normal" working day.

If interested please send us an e-mail.






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