Licence & Accreditation
Mr. Mohamed Negmeldin is a Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant-IRB (RCIC # R532813), an active member and in good standing with The College of Immigration and Citizenship Consultants (CICC) which is the only regulatory body for all Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultants (RCICs).
Scope of Practice
Mr.Mohamed Negmeldin is holding the L3 RCIC-IRB licence and is authorized for unrestricted practice to represent clients before all four divisions of Immigration Refugees & Citizenship Canada (IRCC) including Immigration Division (ID), Immigration Appeal Division (IAD), Immigration & Refugee Board of Canada (IRB), and Refugee Appeal Division (RAD).
Mohamed Negmeldin’s licence can be verified directly from CICC’s online Public Register of Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultants (RCICs) by clicking here
Some provinces mandate a provincial licence for Immigration Consultants authorizing them to represent clients before the provincial government. Mr.Mohamed Negmeldin holds his licence with The Government of Saskatchewan since April 2020. His licence number 000763 can be verified by clicking here
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Better Business Bureau
MultiDimensional Immigration Consultancy Corp. is an accredited business by Better Business Bureau Canada, and proudly holds a rating of A+; the highest rating that BBB grants acknowledging that our business is scoring 97 and above out of a total 100 point scale. The BBB accreditation is not based on clients’ reviews but rather ensures that we meet and will continue to abide by the eight standards of trust to keep this accreditation as a trustworthy business.
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