For many students, it’s tough to know where to start. You want to study abroad, but you’re clueless about how to find the right university. Getting accepted is a whole different story. The process can seem daunting. We get that. It’s why we started Study Abroad Xperts. Our education consultants can help you find the perfect study abroad opportunities and begin your international studies today. Whether you want to study in Canada, or study in USA, we have the right study abroad services for you, with the cost of studying abroad clearly laid out.

If you want to study abroad, we can help you achieve your goal. Our professional education consultants will help you apply to universities, get offer letters, complete study permit applications, and more. We also offer premium university admissions services and study to immigrate options.

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Undergraduate AdmissionsPost Graduate AdmissionsStudy to Immigrate Program

Additional Services:

  • Resume Writing + LinkedIn Profile Guidance

    Getting admission into a great college/university is not enough. In order to make yourself employable, you also need to understand how to present yourself in your resume. Our resume writers will get in touch with you to understand your profile and create a resume for you that accentuates your best attributes.

    With LinkedIn being a key source for recruitment, its important to make sure your skills are expressed in the best manner possible in your LinkedIn Profile as well. Which is why, in addition to resume writing services, we will also provide guidance on building a great LinkedIn profile.

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  • University Admission Essay Guidance

    Get guidance from Canadian education consultants on your university admission essays. This package includes one university’s admission essays only. For packages, check the Premium University Admission packages.

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  • Transfer to a Different College/University Within Canada

    Our education advisors will help you apply for up to 2 universities/colleges. This service is for students within Canada only.As education consultants, we are able to offer you advice on the best options for you to transfer to. Please note that the $200 fees will be refunded upon successful completion of 1 semester in the university/college we enroll you in.

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  • Determine a Pathway to Immigration

    Get a 1hr consultation with a Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant who will guide you on the paths you can take towards becoming a permanent resident of Canada.

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  • Study Permit Application Preparation (No Admissions)

    Already have an offer letter from a Canadian college/university? We can help you apply for a study permit. Get professional help in submitting your Study Permit Application and don’t leave anything to chance.

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  • Application for Post Graduate Work Permit

    Apply for your post graduate work permit through a Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant.

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    Get help with your study permit extension from a Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant.

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Undergraduate Admission Packages

We offer multiple levels of study abroad services for undergraduate admissions to Canadian and American Universities and Colleges. As education consultants, we are able to offer you advice on the best options for you to study abroad. If you are looking for admissions to a premium university or college (i.e., Tier 1 schools), the Premium University Package will be suitable for you. Otherwise, you can go with the Basic Admissions Package.

Note: If you are above 29 years of age or have been refused entry to Canada in the past, you are not eligible for the below pricing. You must book a consultation to assess your profile and we will provide a quote accordingly.

Admissions Service Only

Admission Counselling Service

Applications for up to 3 universities and colleges

Online IELTS Preparation

Visa Guidance

Study Permit Application REVIEW & GUIDANCE (By a Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant) – Canada Only

Guidance on Statement of Purpose for Visa

Pre and Post Landing Guidance

Assistance with Medical and Travel Insurance

Assistance with Ticket Booking

Premium Services

Admission Counselling Service

Applications for up to 5 universities & Colleges

Guidance and Review of Essays/Letter of Intent

Resume Review and Guidance

Online IELTS Preparation

Study Permit Application Submission (By a Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant) – for Canada only

Guidance on Statement of Purpose for Visa

Pre and Post Landing Guidance

Assistance with Medical and Travel Insurance

Assistance with Ticket Booking

Money Back Guarantee*

Premium Universities Package (Admissions + Visa)

Admission Counselling Service

Application Review for up to 3 to 6 PREMIUM universities (Not listed in our University list)

Unlimited Essay Sessions

Unlimited Resume Sessions

Unlimited Interview Coaching sessions

Online IELTS Preparation

Visa Guidance

Study Permit Application Submission (By a Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant) – For Canada Only

Guidance on Statement of Purpose for Visa

Pre and Post Landing Guidance

Assistance with Medical and Travel Insurance

  • By enrolling for our Canadian services you are expressing consent to our Retainer Agreement. Please click here to learn more.

    Chitra & Associates Immigration Consultants Inc. incorporated in British Columbia, having its registered office at #70, 7428
    14th Avenue, Burnaby BC V3N 0C2 Canada herein represented by Chitra Bhatia, a Regulated Canadian Immigration
    Consultant (RCIC) AND WHEREAS the RCIC is a member of Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council (the
    “Council”), the regulator in Canada for immigration consultants;
    Herein referred as “RCIC”
    WHEREAS the RCIC and the CLIENT wish to enter into a written agreement which contains the agreed upon terms and
    conditions upon which the RCIC will provide her services to the Client.
    IN CONSIDERATION of the mutual covenants contained in this Agreement, the parties agree as follows:
    1. Definitions
    The terms “Client”, “Council”, “Disbursement” and “RCIC” shall have the meaning given to such terms in the Retainer
    Agreement Regulation of the Council.
    2. RCIC Responsibilities andCommitments
    The CLIENT asked the RCIS, and the RCIC has agreed to act for the clients in the matter of assisting in submitting
    Study Permit Application. This assistance shall be provided by the RCIC exclusively from Canada.
    The RCIC shall use her best efforts to assist the CLIENT under this Contract, and the CLIENT expressly acknowledges
    that the RCIC cannot assure outcomes or control the decisions or the processing times and actions of the
    Government of Canada or the provinces and territories of Canada. The Success of any application is not assured and
    it is not guaranteed or warranted by RCIC.

    In consideration of the fees paid and the matter stated above, the RCIC agrees to do the following:
    I. Advise the CLIENT’s asto the forms, supporting documentation, and Government Fee
    requirements;
    II. Review the CLIENT’sdocumentation;
    III. Submit, at the CLIENT’s expense, the cover letter, along with appropriate application forms and

    Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultants R#514121
    Member in good standing Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council (ICCRC)
    Member Canadian Association of Professional Immigration Consultants (CAPIC) – # R15277
    Email: chitra@canadaimmigrationxperts.com, Phone: 604-484-9474

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    supporting documentation to the appropriate GovernmentOffice;
    IV. Track the progress of the APPLICATION through to finaldisposition;
    V. Make any appropriate written and/or oralrepresentationsto the Canadian Immigration
    Authorities, as necessary;
    3. Client Responsibilities and Commitments
    3.1 The Client must provide, upon request from the RCIC:
    • All necessarydocumentation
    • All documentation in English or French, or with an English or French translation
    3.2 The Client understands that he/she must be accurate and honest in the information he/she provides and that
    any inaccuracies may void this Agreement, or seriously affect the outcome of the application or the retention of
    any status he/she may obtain. The RCIC’s obligations under the Retainer Agreement are null and void if the
    Client knowingly provides any inaccurate, misleading or false material information. The Client’s financial
    obligations remain.
    3.3 In the event Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) or Human Resources and Skills Development Canada
    (HRSDC) should contact the Client directly, the Client is instructed to notify theRCIC immediately.
    3.4 The Client is to immediately advise the RCIC of any change in the marital, family, or civil status or change of
    physical address or contact information for any person included in the application.
    3.5 Immediately disclose to the RCIC all information related to any and all current or prior criminal charges and/or
    convictions, as well as any health issues that have affected or affect the CLIENT, any associated applicants, and any
    accompanying family members.
    3.6 Provide the RCIC with all required documentation to allow the RCIC to act as the Authorized
    Representative with the Canadian Immigration Authorities, for the CLIENT, any associated applicants,
    and any accompanying family members
    3.7 Pay any feesrequired by the Canadian Immigration Authoritiesfor the handling and processing of the STUDY PERMIT APPLICATION
    3.8 CHANGE OF INSTITUTE / COLLEGE / UNIVERSITY – Client’s is responsible for informing RCIC in case the CLIENT would like to
    change the college / university/ institute / program and the same needs to be done through the coordination of RCIC ONLY.
    4. Billing method
    The CLIENT will be billed on a flat fee basis for the services outlined in this agreement.
    5. Fees
    The CLIENT agrees to pay to Chitra Bhatia representing Chitra & Associates Immigration Consultants Inc. (RCIC) the amount of

    (NON-REFUNDABLE) towards Consultation and
    assistance for submitting StudyPermit Application, flat fee on account of RCIC FEES payable at the time of signing of
    this Agreement, this fee is Non-refundable and is dispersed to the RCIC immediately on creation of the CLIENT file.
    The CLIENT agrees that the RCIC shall not be required to commence or continue carrying out her Duties herein set forth until the
    RCIC has received the said fees. The CLIENT expressly agrees that the RCIC’s liability is limited to the amount of FEES paid
    by the CLIENT pursuant to this Agreement. The above fees do not include provincial and federal government processing
    fees, courier charges, translations or notarizations of documents; medical examinations; police clearance checks. Students are
    required to pay the Study Permit Processing Fees (changed by Immigration, Refugee and Citizenship Canada) as follows:

    Type of Application Study Permit
    Study Permit (Individual) $CAD 150
    Biometrics fees (If applicable) $CAD 85 (if applicable)
    Government of Canada / Citizenship and Immigration Canada Fees:
    The fee shown is an estimate based on the fees in effect on the day that this Retainer Agreement is sent. The actual
    fees to be paid will be calculated on the date of submission.

    Chitra Bhatia

    Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultants R#514121
    Member in good standing Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council (ICCRC)
    Member Canadian Association of Professional Immigration Consultants (CAPIC) – # R15277
    Email: chitra@canadaimmigrationxperts.com, Phone: 604-484-9474

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    6. Additional Fees:
    Additional charges may apply for work not covered under Section 2 of this agreement; a material change in the CLIENTS
    family’s circumstances; material facts not disclosed at the outset of the application (e.g. a minor criminal record or
    medical condition or misrepresentation in previous applications; any additional factor that needs to be addressed or
    previous rejections); a change in government legislation, policy, or procedures; unexpected requests from the
    government that require more than 15min of time per request; and requests by the Client for unnecessary meetings
    and frequent updates on the application.
    If additional fees apply, the RCICs will inform the Client and a signed amendment to this Agreement will be required.
    In case the CLIENT is accompanied by a family member. An additional service fees will be charged on a mutually
    agreeable basis.
    7. Payment Method
    We accept Cash and payment through PayPal, Bank Transfer, Company Cheque, Certified Cheque, Credit Card, Interac transfer within
    Canada. From Outside Canada, we accept payment through Credit Card, PayPal, Western Union and Wire Transfer with all the transfer
    and receiving cost for the wire transfer to be pre-paid by the client (Bank details are included in invoice).
    8. Refund Policy
    The Client(s) acknowledge that the granting of a visa or status and the time required for processing this application is at the
    sole discretion of the government and not the RCIC. If, however, the application is denied because of an error or omission
    on the part of the RCIC or professional staff, the RCIC will refund all professional fees collected. The Client(s) agree that the
    fees paid are for services indicated above, and any refund is strictly limited to the amount of fees paid.
    Services already rendered will be billed at $150 per hour plus $200 for client intake process and unused fees will be
    refunded within 30days of Request for Termination of agreement.
    The success of any application is not assured and it is not guaranteed or warranted by RCIC. The fees
    paid for the services rendered are non-refundable.

    9. Dispute Resolution Related to the Code of Professional Ethics
    In the event of a dispute related to the Code of Professional Ethics, the Client and RCIC are to make every effort to resolve the matter
    between the two parties. In the event a resolution cannot be reached; the Client is to present the complaint in writing to the RCIC and allow
    the RCIC 30 days to respond to the Client. In the event the dispute is still unresolved; the Client may follow the complaint and discipline
    procedure outlined by the Council on their website:
    http://iccrc-crcic.ca/FileaComplaint.cfm
    NOTE: All complaint forms must be signed.
    ICCRC Contact Information:
    Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory
    Council (ICCRC) 5500 North Service Rd.,
    Suite 1002 Burlington, ON, L7L 6W6
    Toll free: 1-877- 836-7543
    10. Confidentiality
    All information and documentation reviewed by the RCIC, required by CIC and all other governing bodies, and used for the
    preparation of the application will not be divulged to any third party, other than agents and employees, without prior
    consent, except as demanded by law. The RCIC, and all agents and employees of the RCIC, are also bound by the
    confidentiality requirements of Article 8.1 and 8.5 of the Code of Professional Ethics. The Client agrees to the use of
    electronic communication and storage of confidential information. The RCIC will use her best efforts to maintain a high

    Chitra Bhatia

    Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultants R#514121
    Member in good standing Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council (ICCRC)
    Member Canadian Association of Professional Immigration Consultants (CAPIC) – # R15277
    Email: chitra@canadaimmigrationxperts.com, Phone: 604-484-9474

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    degree of security for electronic communication and information storage.
    11. Force Majeure
    The RCIC’s failure to perform any term of this Retainer Agreement, as a result of conditions beyond her control such as,
    but not limited to, governmental restrictions or subsequent legislation, war, strikes, or acts of God, shall not be deemed
    a breach of this Agreement.
    12. Change Policy
    The Client acknowledges that if the RCIC is asked to act on the Client’s behalf on matters other than those outlined above in
    this Agreement, or because of a material change in the Client’s circumstances, or because of material facts not disclosed at

    the outset of the application, or because of a change in government legislation regarding the processing of immigration-
    related applications, the Agreement can be modified accordingly.

    13. Termination- This retainer agreement expires on its own in 90 days after the agreement is signed, the onus is
    on the client to provide all documents and complete other requirements with in set dates.
    13.1. This Agreement is considered terminated upon completion of tasksidentified under section 2 of this
    agreement.
    13.2. This Agreement is considered terminated if material changes occur to the Client’s application or eligibility,
    which make it impossible to proceed with services detailed in section 2 of thisAgreement.
    13.3. This Agreement may be terminated, upon writing, by the Client, at which time any outstanding fees or
    Disbursements will be refunded by the RCIC to the Client/any outstanding fees or Disbursements will be
    remitted by the Client to the RCIC.
    13.4. Pursuant to Article 14 of the Code of Professional Ethics, this Agreement may be terminated, upon writing,
    by the RCIC, provided withdrawal does not cause prejudice to theClient.
    13.5. Upon the RCICs notifying the Client in writing that representation cannot continue because the Client has
    instructed the RCICs to do something illegal or in contravention of its professional obligations; the Client has
    deceived the RCICs; the Client has refused to give adequate instructions to the RCICs; the CLIENT has failed to
    provide adequate documentsfor the submission of the application in spite of repeated reminders; a conflict of
    interest has or will occur; and any othersituation where the RCICs determinesthat the professional
    relationship cannot continue.
    14. Governing Law
    This Agreement shall be governed by the laws in effect in the Province/Territory of British Columbia, and the federal laws
    of Canada applicable therein and except for disputes pursuant to Section 8 hereof, any dispute with respect to the terms
    of this Agreement shall be decided by a court of competent jurisdiction within the Province/Territory of British Columbia.
    15. Miscellaneous
    • This Agreement constitutes the entire agreement between the parties with respect to the subject matter hereof
    and supersedes all prior agreements, understandings, warranties, representations, negotiations and discussions,
    whether oral or written, of the parties except as specifically set forthherein.
    • This Agreement shall be binding upon the parties hereto and their respective heirs, administrators, successors
    and permitted assigns.
    • This Agreement may only be altered or amended when such changes are made in writing and executed by the
    parties hereto.
    • The provisions of this Agreement shall be deemed severable. If any provision of this Agreement shall be held
    unenforceable by any court of competent jurisdiction, such provision shall be severed from
    this Agreement, and the remaining provisions shall remain in full force andeffect.
    • The headings utilized in this Agreement are for convenience only and are not to be construed in any way as
    additions to or limitations of the covenants and agreements contained in thisAgreement.
    Chitra Bhatia

    Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultants R#514121
    Member in good standing Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council (ICCRC)
    Member Canadian Association of Professional Immigration Consultants (CAPIC) – # R15277
    Email: chitra@canadaimmigrationxperts.com, Phone: 604-484-9474

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    • Each of the parties hereto shall do and execute or cause to be done or executed all such further and other
    things, acts, deeds, documents and assurances as may be necessary or reasonably required to carry out the
    intent and purpose of this Agreement fully andeffectively.
    • The Client acknowledges that he/she has had sufficient time to review this Agreement and has been given an
    opportunity to obtain independent legal advice and translation prior to the execution and delivery of this
    Agreement. In the event the Client did not seek independent legal advice prior to signing this Agreement,
    he/she did so voluntarily without any undue pressure and agrees that the failure to obtain independent legal
    advice shall not be used as a defense to the enforcement of obligations created by this Agreement.
    Furthermore, the Client acknowledges that he/she has received a copy of this Agreement and agrees to be
    bound by itsterms.
    • The Client acknowledges that he/she hasrequested that the Agreement be written in the English language.
    16. Contact Information
    Please enter details of the person (Designate) interacting on your behalf with the RCIC (if applicable) or Clients contact information:
    Full Name (As on the passport):
    Mailing Address:
    Permanent Address:
    Phone Number (s):
    Email Address:
    Skype:
    RCIC

    Notice Regarding Personal Information
    As provided by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC)
    The information you provide in this application is collected by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) under the authority
    of the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act. It will be used to render a decision regarding your application and may be used for future
    applications. The information is retained to maintain a record of your application for the purpose of the administration of the Act. The
    information will be retained in the Personal Information Banks CIC PPU 051, CIC PPU 054, or CIC PPU 055, depending on the type of
    application made, as well as in CIC APB 012, and CIC PPU 042. The information may be disclosed to other organizations such as the
    Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA), the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP), the Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS), the
    Employment and Social Development Canada (ESDC), provincial/territorial and foreign governments in accordance with subsection 8(2)
    of the Privacy Act. In accordance with the Privacy Act and the Access to Information Act individuals have the right to protection of and
    access to their personal information.
    Details on these matters are available at the Info source website (http://www.infosource.gc.ca) and through the Citizenship and
    Immigration Canada website (http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/department/atip/index.asp). Info source is also available at Public
    Libraries across Canada.
    Full Name Chitra Bhatia
    Company Name (If applicable) Chitra & Associates Immigration Consultants Inc.
    Mailing Address 70-7428 14th Avenue, Burnaby V3N 0C2 BC Canada
    Phone Number(s) Landline: +1-604-484-9474 Mobile: +1-778-680-8064 (also available on what’sapp)
    Email Address chitra@canadaimmigrationxperts.com
    Skype Chitra.bhatia.ca

    Chitra Bhatia

    Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultants R#514121
    Member in good standing Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council (ICCRC)
    Member Canadian Association of Professional Immigration Consultants (CAPIC) – # R15277
    Email: chitra@canadaimmigrationxperts.com, Phone: 604-484-9474

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    Declaration
    I have read and understood the entire Retainer Agreement and I agree to abide by the same. I have read and understand the above Notice Regarding
    Personal Information.
    I declare that, to the best of my knowledge, the information that I will provide for my application will be truthful, complete and correct.
    I declare that I will review the entire application, including any supporting documents and I am fully responsible for all the information
    and documents that will be submitted with my application.
    I understand that misrepresentation is an offence under the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act and may result in:
    – be forbidden to enter Canada for at leastfive years,
    – have a permanent record of fraud with CIC,
    – have yourstatus as a permanent resident or Canadian citizen taken away,
    – be charged with a crimeor
    – be removed fromCanada.
    I agree that by signing this agreement, I have duly authorized my RCIC, to submit this application on my behalf.
    I solemnly declare that the information I will provide will be true and that the documents I will be submitting in support of my
    applications are genuine and have not been altered in any way.
    IN WITNESS THEREOF this Agreement has been duly executed by the parties hereto on the date first above written.

  • By enrolling for our American services you are expressing consent to our Retainer Agreement. Please click here to learn more.

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Post Graduate Admission Packages

We offer multiple levels of study abroad services for postgraduate admissions to Canadian and American Universities and Colleges. As education consultants, we are able to offer you advice on the best options for you to study abroad. The basic admissions package is for those people looking to enroll in postgraduate diploma or certificate programs. If you are looking for an end-to-end service, the Study to Immigrate is the best option for you. You will be able to speak with a Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant who will determine your eligibility for several provincial and federal immigration programs and suggest a study program accordingly.

Note: If you are above 26 years of age or have been refused entry to Canada in the past, you are not eligible for the below pricing. You must book a consultation to assess your profile and we will provide a quote accordingly.

Basic Admissions + Visa Package

 Canada and USA

Admission Counselling Service

Applications for up to 3 universities and colleges for postgraduate certificate and diploma programs

Online IELTS Preparation

Guidance on Statement of Purpose for Visa

Guidance and Review of Essays/Letter of Intent

Resume Review and Guidance

1 x 45 min Interview Preparation Session

Pre and Post Landing Guidance (Accommodation Search, Part-Time Job search

Assistance with Medical and Travel Insurance

Study Permit Application Submission (By a Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant) – Canada Only

1 x 1.5hr session to prepare a pathway to Canadian Permanent Residency

Immigration Applications for spouse and children (decided upon consultation – fees extra) – Canada Only

Masters Admissions + Visa Package

 Canada and USA

Admission Counselling Service

Applications for up to 3 universities and colleges for Masters Programs

Online IELTS Preparation

Guidance on Statement of Purpose for Visa

Guidance and Review of Essays/Letter of Intent

Resume Review and Guidance

1 x 45 min Interview Preparation Session

Pre and Post Landing Guidance (Accommodation Search, Part-Time Job search)

Assistance with Medical and Travel Insurance

Study Permit Application Submission (By a Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant) – Canada Only

Application for Post Graduate Work Permit – Canada Only

1 x 1.5hr session to prepare a pathway to Canadian Permanent Residency

Immigration Applications for spouse and children (decided upon consultation) – Canada Only

Study to Immigrate Program

Canada Only

Complete Service for Studying Abroad

Profile Assessment and guidance on Pathways to Immigrating to Canada

Application for Post Graduate Work Permit

Extension of Study Permit

Assistance with immigration/visa inquiries (By a Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant)

Immigration Applications for spouse and children (decided upon consultation)

Application for Permanent Residence

An initial consultation is required to determine your eligibility for the Canadian Study to Immigrate Program and the best study options based on your family’s requirements. The amount paid for the consultation will be credited towards any service you choose to purchase with us.

 

 

 

  • By enrolling for our Canadian services you are expressing consent to our Retainer Agreement. Please click here to learn more.

    Chitra & Associates Immigration Consultants Inc. incorporated in British Columbia, having its registered office at #70, 7428
    14th Avenue, Burnaby BC V3N 0C2 Canada herein represented by Chitra Bhatia, a Regulated Canadian Immigration
    Consultant (RCIC) AND WHEREAS the RCIC is a member of Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council (the
    “Council”), the regulator in Canada for immigration consultants;
    Herein referred as “RCIC”
    WHEREAS the RCIC and the CLIENT wish to enter into a written agreement which contains the agreed upon terms and
    conditions upon which the RCIC will provide her services to the Client.
    IN CONSIDERATION of the mutual covenants contained in this Agreement, the parties agree as follows:
    1. Definitions
    The terms “Client”, “Council”, “Disbursement” and “RCIC” shall have the meaning given to such terms in the Retainer
    Agreement Regulation of the Council.
    2. RCIC Responsibilities andCommitments
    The CLIENT asked the RCIS, and the RCIC has agreed to act for the clients in the matter of assisting in submitting
    Study Permit Application. This assistance shall be provided by the RCIC exclusively from Canada.
    The RCIC shall use her best efforts to assist the CLIENT under this Contract, and the CLIENT expressly acknowledges
    that the RCIC cannot assure outcomes or control the decisions or the processing times and actions of the
    Government of Canada or the provinces and territories of Canada. The Success of any application is not assured and
    it is not guaranteed or warranted by RCIC.

    In consideration of the fees paid and the matter stated above, the RCIC agrees to do the following:
    I. Advise the CLIENT’s asto the forms, supporting documentation, and Government Fee
    requirements;
    II. Review the CLIENT’sdocumentation;
    III. Submit, at the CLIENT’s expense, the cover letter, along with appropriate application forms and

    Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultants R#514121
    Member in good standing Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council (ICCRC)
    Member Canadian Association of Professional Immigration Consultants (CAPIC) – # R15277
    Email: chitra@canadaimmigrationxperts.com, Phone: 604-484-9474

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    supporting documentation to the appropriate GovernmentOffice;
    IV. Track the progress of the APPLICATION through to finaldisposition;
    V. Make any appropriate written and/or oralrepresentationsto the Canadian Immigration
    Authorities, as necessary;
    3. Client Responsibilities and Commitments
    3.1 The Client must provide, upon request from the RCIC:
    • All necessarydocumentation
    • All documentation in English or French, or with an English or French translation
    3.2 The Client understands that he/she must be accurate and honest in the information he/she provides and that
    any inaccuracies may void this Agreement, or seriously affect the outcome of the application or the retention of
    any status he/she may obtain. The RCIC’s obligations under the Retainer Agreement are null and void if the
    Client knowingly provides any inaccurate, misleading or false material information. The Client’s financial
    obligations remain.
    3.3 In the event Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) or Human Resources and Skills Development Canada
    (HRSDC) should contact the Client directly, the Client is instructed to notify theRCIC immediately.
    3.4 The Client is to immediately advise the RCIC of any change in the marital, family, or civil status or change of
    physical address or contact information for any person included in the application.
    3.5 Immediately disclose to the RCIC all information related to any and all current or prior criminal charges and/or
    convictions, as well as any health issues that have affected or affect the CLIENT, any associated applicants, and any
    accompanying family members.
    3.6 Provide the RCIC with all required documentation to allow the RCIC to act as the Authorized
    Representative with the Canadian Immigration Authorities, for the CLIENT, any associated applicants,
    and any accompanying family members
    3.7 Pay any feesrequired by the Canadian Immigration Authoritiesfor the handling and processing of the STUDY PERMIT APPLICATION
    3.8 CHANGE OF INSTITUTE / COLLEGE / UNIVERSITY – Client’s is responsible for informing RCIC in case the CLIENT would like to
    change the college / university/ institute / program and the same needs to be done through the coordination of RCIC ONLY.
    4. Billing method
    The CLIENT will be billed on a flat fee basis for the services outlined in this agreement.
    5. Fees
    The CLIENT agrees to pay to Chitra Bhatia representing Chitra & Associates Immigration Consultants Inc. (RCIC) the amount of

    (NON-REFUNDABLE) towards Consultation and
    assistance for submitting StudyPermit Application, flat fee on account of RCIC FEES payable at the time of signing of
    this Agreement, this fee is Non-refundable and is dispersed to the RCIC immediately on creation of the CLIENT file.
    The CLIENT agrees that the RCIC shall not be required to commence or continue carrying out her Duties herein set forth until the
    RCIC has received the said fees. The CLIENT expressly agrees that the RCIC’s liability is limited to the amount of FEES paid
    by the CLIENT pursuant to this Agreement. The above fees do not include provincial and federal government processing
    fees, courier charges, translations or notarizations of documents; medical examinations; police clearance checks. Students are
    required to pay the Study Permit Processing Fees (changed by Immigration, Refugee and Citizenship Canada) as follows:

    Type of Application Study Permit
    Study Permit (Individual) $CAD 150
    Biometrics fees (If applicable) $CAD 85 (if applicable)
    Government of Canada / Citizenship and Immigration Canada Fees:
    The fee shown is an estimate based on the fees in effect on the day that this Retainer Agreement is sent. The actual
    fees to be paid will be calculated on the date of submission.

    Chitra Bhatia

    Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultants R#514121
    Member in good standing Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council (ICCRC)
    Member Canadian Association of Professional Immigration Consultants (CAPIC) – # R15277
    Email: chitra@canadaimmigrationxperts.com, Phone: 604-484-9474

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    6. Additional Fees:
    Additional charges may apply for work not covered under Section 2 of this agreement; a material change in the CLIENTS
    family’s circumstances; material facts not disclosed at the outset of the application (e.g. a minor criminal record or
    medical condition or misrepresentation in previous applications; any additional factor that needs to be addressed or
    previous rejections); a change in government legislation, policy, or procedures; unexpected requests from the
    government that require more than 15min of time per request; and requests by the Client for unnecessary meetings
    and frequent updates on the application.
    If additional fees apply, the RCICs will inform the Client and a signed amendment to this Agreement will be required.
    In case the CLIENT is accompanied by a family member. An additional service fees will be charged on a mutually
    agreeable basis.
    7. Payment Method
    We accept Cash and payment through PayPal, Bank Transfer, Company Cheque, Certified Cheque, Credit Card, Interac transfer within
    Canada. From Outside Canada, we accept payment through Credit Card, PayPal, Western Union and Wire Transfer with all the transfer
    and receiving cost for the wire transfer to be pre-paid by the client (Bank details are included in invoice).
    8. Refund Policy
    The Client(s) acknowledge that the granting of a visa or status and the time required for processing this application is at the
    sole discretion of the government and not the RCIC. If, however, the application is denied because of an error or omission
    on the part of the RCIC or professional staff, the RCIC will refund all professional fees collected. The Client(s) agree that the
    fees paid are for services indicated above, and any refund is strictly limited to the amount of fees paid.
    Services already rendered will be billed at $150 per hour plus $200 for client intake process and unused fees will be
    refunded within 30days of Request for Termination of agreement.
    The success of any application is not assured and it is not guaranteed or warranted by RCIC. The fees
    paid for the services rendered are non-refundable.

    9. Dispute Resolution Related to the Code of Professional Ethics
    In the event of a dispute related to the Code of Professional Ethics, the Client and RCIC are to make every effort to resolve the matter
    between the two parties. In the event a resolution cannot be reached; the Client is to present the complaint in writing to the RCIC and allow
    the RCIC 30 days to respond to the Client. In the event the dispute is still unresolved; the Client may follow the complaint and discipline
    procedure outlined by the Council on their website:
    http://iccrc-crcic.ca/FileaComplaint.cfm
    NOTE: All complaint forms must be signed.
    ICCRC Contact Information:
    Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory
    Council (ICCRC) 5500 North Service Rd.,
    Suite 1002 Burlington, ON, L7L 6W6
    Toll free: 1-877- 836-7543
    10. Confidentiality
    All information and documentation reviewed by the RCIC, required by CIC and all other governing bodies, and used for the
    preparation of the application will not be divulged to any third party, other than agents and employees, without prior
    consent, except as demanded by law. The RCIC, and all agents and employees of the RCIC, are also bound by the
    confidentiality requirements of Article 8.1 and 8.5 of the Code of Professional Ethics. The Client agrees to the use of
    electronic communication and storage of confidential information. The RCIC will use her best efforts to maintain a high

    Chitra Bhatia

    Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultants R#514121
    Member in good standing Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council (ICCRC)
    Member Canadian Association of Professional Immigration Consultants (CAPIC) – # R15277
    Email: chitra@canadaimmigrationxperts.com, Phone: 604-484-9474

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    degree of security for electronic communication and information storage.
    11. Force Majeure
    The RCIC’s failure to perform any term of this Retainer Agreement, as a result of conditions beyond her control such as,
    but not limited to, governmental restrictions or subsequent legislation, war, strikes, or acts of God, shall not be deemed
    a breach of this Agreement.
    12. Change Policy
    The Client acknowledges that if the RCIC is asked to act on the Client’s behalf on matters other than those outlined above in
    this Agreement, or because of a material change in the Client’s circumstances, or because of material facts not disclosed at

    the outset of the application, or because of a change in government legislation regarding the processing of immigration-
    related applications, the Agreement can be modified accordingly.

    13. Termination- This retainer agreement expires on its own in 90 days after the agreement is signed, the onus is
    on the client to provide all documents and complete other requirements with in set dates.
    13.1. This Agreement is considered terminated upon completion of tasksidentified under section 2 of this
    agreement.
    13.2. This Agreement is considered terminated if material changes occur to the Client’s application or eligibility,
    which make it impossible to proceed with services detailed in section 2 of thisAgreement.
    13.3. This Agreement may be terminated, upon writing, by the Client, at which time any outstanding fees or
    Disbursements will be refunded by the RCIC to the Client/any outstanding fees or Disbursements will be
    remitted by the Client to the RCIC.
    13.4. Pursuant to Article 14 of the Code of Professional Ethics, this Agreement may be terminated, upon writing,
    by the RCIC, provided withdrawal does not cause prejudice to theClient.
    13.5. Upon the RCICs notifying the Client in writing that representation cannot continue because the Client has
    instructed the RCICs to do something illegal or in contravention of its professional obligations; the Client has
    deceived the RCICs; the Client has refused to give adequate instructions to the RCICs; the CLIENT has failed to
    provide adequate documentsfor the submission of the application in spite of repeated reminders; a conflict of
    interest has or will occur; and any othersituation where the RCICs determinesthat the professional
    relationship cannot continue.
    14. Governing Law
    This Agreement shall be governed by the laws in effect in the Province/Territory of British Columbia, and the federal laws
    of Canada applicable therein and except for disputes pursuant to Section 8 hereof, any dispute with respect to the terms
    of this Agreement shall be decided by a court of competent jurisdiction within the Province/Territory of British Columbia.
    15. Miscellaneous
    • This Agreement constitutes the entire agreement between the parties with respect to the subject matter hereof
    and supersedes all prior agreements, understandings, warranties, representations, negotiations and discussions,
    whether oral or written, of the parties except as specifically set forthherein.
    • This Agreement shall be binding upon the parties hereto and their respective heirs, administrators, successors
    and permitted assigns.
    • This Agreement may only be altered or amended when such changes are made in writing and executed by the
    parties hereto.
    • The provisions of this Agreement shall be deemed severable. If any provision of this Agreement shall be held
    unenforceable by any court of competent jurisdiction, such provision shall be severed from
    this Agreement, and the remaining provisions shall remain in full force andeffect.
    • The headings utilized in this Agreement are for convenience only and are not to be construed in any way as
    additions to or limitations of the covenants and agreements contained in thisAgreement.
    Chitra Bhatia

    Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultants R#514121
    Member in good standing Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council (ICCRC)
    Member Canadian Association of Professional Immigration Consultants (CAPIC) – # R15277
    Email: chitra@canadaimmigrationxperts.com, Phone: 604-484-9474

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    • Each of the parties hereto shall do and execute or cause to be done or executed all such further and other
    things, acts, deeds, documents and assurances as may be necessary or reasonably required to carry out the
    intent and purpose of this Agreement fully andeffectively.
    • The Client acknowledges that he/she has had sufficient time to review this Agreement and has been given an
    opportunity to obtain independent legal advice and translation prior to the execution and delivery of this
    Agreement. In the event the Client did not seek independent legal advice prior to signing this Agreement,
    he/she did so voluntarily without any undue pressure and agrees that the failure to obtain independent legal
    advice shall not be used as a defense to the enforcement of obligations created by this Agreement.
    Furthermore, the Client acknowledges that he/she has received a copy of this Agreement and agrees to be
    bound by itsterms.
    • The Client acknowledges that he/she hasrequested that the Agreement be written in the English language.
    16. Contact Information
    Please enter details of the person (Designate) interacting on your behalf with the RCIC (if applicable) or Clients contact information:
    Full Name (As on the passport):
    Mailing Address:
    Permanent Address:
    Phone Number (s):
    Email Address:
    Skype:
    RCIC

    Notice Regarding Personal Information
    As provided by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC)
    The information you provide in this application is collected by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) under the authority
    of the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act. It will be used to render a decision regarding your application and may be used for future
    applications. The information is retained to maintain a record of your application for the purpose of the administration of the Act. The
    information will be retained in the Personal Information Banks CIC PPU 051, CIC PPU 054, or CIC PPU 055, depending on the type of
    application made, as well as in CIC APB 012, and CIC PPU 042. The information may be disclosed to other organizations such as the
    Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA), the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP), the Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS), the
    Employment and Social Development Canada (ESDC), provincial/territorial and foreign governments in accordance with subsection 8(2)
    of the Privacy Act. In accordance with the Privacy Act and the Access to Information Act individuals have the right to protection of and
    access to their personal information.
    Details on these matters are available at the Info source website (http://www.infosource.gc.ca) and through the Citizenship and
    Immigration Canada website (http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/department/atip/index.asp). Info source is also available at Public
    Libraries across Canada.
    Full Name Chitra Bhatia
    Company Name (If applicable) Chitra & Associates Immigration Consultants Inc.
    Mailing Address 70-7428 14th Avenue, Burnaby V3N 0C2 BC Canada
    Phone Number(s) Landline: +1-604-484-9474 Mobile: +1-778-680-8064 (also available on what’sapp)
    Email Address chitra@canadaimmigrationxperts.com
    Skype Chitra.bhatia.ca

    Chitra Bhatia

    Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultants R#514121
    Member in good standing Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council (ICCRC)
    Member Canadian Association of Professional Immigration Consultants (CAPIC) – # R15277
    Email: chitra@canadaimmigrationxperts.com, Phone: 604-484-9474

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    Declaration
    I have read and understood the entire Retainer Agreement and I agree to abide by the same. I have read and understand the above Notice Regarding
    Personal Information.
    I declare that, to the best of my knowledge, the information that I will provide for my application will be truthful, complete and correct.
    I declare that I will review the entire application, including any supporting documents and I am fully responsible for all the information
    and documents that will be submitted with my application.
    I understand that misrepresentation is an offence under the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act and may result in:
    – be forbidden to enter Canada for at leastfive years,
    – have a permanent record of fraud with CIC,
    – have yourstatus as a permanent resident or Canadian citizen taken away,
    – be charged with a crimeor
    – be removed fromCanada.
    I agree that by signing this agreement, I have duly authorized my RCIC, to submit this application on my behalf.
    I solemnly declare that the information I will provide will be true and that the documents I will be submitting in support of my
    applications are genuine and have not been altered in any way.
    IN WITNESS THEREOF this Agreement has been duly executed by the parties hereto on the date first above written.

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