At Immensum, we thrive on offering our clients boundless opportunities in terms of relocation through Citizenship and Residency by Investment programs. We strongly believe that the country of origin or nationality should never refrain privileged individuals from reaching their goals and fulfilling their dreams.
For many years Canada has been a destination of choice for business people and their families. Indeed, the country offers excellent opportunities in terms of business and employment, and its quality of life is among the highest. In addition to a safe and multicultural environment, Canada is proud to offer advanced education and health care system to all its residents.
Immensum relies on a team of lawyers and expert advisors who do their absolute best to make your immigration to Canada easy. Our services include the preparation and presentation of requests to obtain work and study permits, as well as permanent residency. We can also assist you in finding investment opportunities locally through our partnerships with real estate agents and business brokers.
International Mobility: Immensum also serves Canadian and foreign companies who wish to hire or transfer foreign workers to Canada. Our experts take care of all aspects of the process of obtaining the relevant visas and permits for the foreign workers and members of the accompanying family.
Relocation: Immensum inc. also offers a wide range of services related to help you before or upon your arrival in Canada, such as finding temporary or long term housing, assisting with administrative procedures (obtaining driving license, health insurance, social security number), opening a bank account; legal assistance related to new incorporations; investment advice and business acquisitions.
To learn how Immensum can assist you with your projects to Canada, please contact us.
Founder and Director
Stephanie Riccio is a Canadian lawyer with a sound expertise in investment immigration programmes. Stephanie started her career acting as a Legal Counsel in an international organization in France, where she worked on a wide range of issues and projects relating to mobility of nationals. She then spent more than four years in China, working for a leading Canadian financial group, helping Chinese business entrepreneurs and their families immigrate to Canada. Since her return to her hometown of Montreal, Stephanie provides immigration and legal services to a wealthy clientele from Asia, Europe and the Middle East. She is often asked to share her expertise on immigration law at conferences and other social events. Ms. Riccio holds a Business Degree from École des Hautes Études Commerciales in Montreal and a Master’s Degree in International Law and Commerce from the University of Ottawa.
Member of the Réseau des Hautes Études Commerciales since 1998
Member of the Quebec Bar since 2003
Member of the Canadian Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong
Member of the Hong Kong Canada Business Association
Member of the French Chamber of Commerce in Canada
Volunteer teacher of the Human Rights Class for High Schools students organized by the Canadian Bar Association- Quebec Division
PUBLICATIONS AND CONFERENCES
“Au-delà de la simple representation: How to help your clients prepare for an Entrepreneur and Investor interview; Client representation and submission using caselaw”, seminar offered by IMEDA, the Immigration Alliance of Canada in May 2014.
Invited speaker on mobility and immigration matters at the “Convention d’affaires 2014” organized by the French Chamber of Commerce in Canada in March 2014.
“The ABC of an appeal at the Immigration Appeal Division of the Immigration and Refugee Board”, seminar offered by IMEDA, the Immigration Education Alliance of Canada in December 2013.
« A Small Leap Forward », The National, Canadian Bar Association Magazine- Legal Insights and Practice Trends, September 2012. View article
« China’s Entry to the WTO: Ten Years After », Canada China Business Council, January 2012. View article
“Chinese Companies Fuelling Debates on Foreign Exchanges”, Canada China Business Council, November 2011. View article
«À l’assaut des bourses» (in French), The National, Canadian Bar Association Magazine – Legal Insights and Practice Trends, September 2011. View article