MS. Annie Derome
Annie Derome joined the firm of WMR in September 2017.
Ms. Derome is a licensed Canadian immigration consultant. She is also accredited by Québec's Ministère de l'Immigration, Francisation et Intégration. She deals exclusively with files relating to immigration.
Annie specializes in economic, temporary, and family immigration. Annie responds rapidly to requests from her clients and yet treats each file in a manner that is individualized, reassuring, and efficient.
Annie was born and raised in Québec, Canada, and she specializes in helping people from a variety of backgrounds and cultures to come to Canada. Through her intervention, she helps them to realize their dreams and their professional objectives.
One of her favorite purposes is to contribute to the reunification of families who are separated, through the process of immigration.
Annie is empathetic, rigorous and diligent and she gives her undivided attention at each meeting. She systematically prepares, in advance, an evaluation of the best possible options to present to her clients. In order to avoid unexpected results, she prepares each stage of her files in advance, which also helps to avoid delays.
Outside her professional duties, Annie enjoys travelling and she takes advantage of each trip to add to her knowledge of other countries. She attempts to apply, to the best of her ability, the following quotation from the Dalai Lama: “Once a year, go somewhere where you have never yet been!” In all that she does, Annie attempts to be efficient.
“Choose a type of work that you like, and you will not work a single day in your life” – Confucius
Her areas of practice
- Immigration to Canada, including Québec.
- The Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council (ICCRC), 2017 (*CRIC / RCIC # R517897)
- Accreditation by Québec's Ministère de l'Immigration, Francisation et Intégration (MIFI), 2017 (MIFI #11674)
- Diploma of Collegial studies, Immigration consultant , Lasalle College, 2016
- Bachelor of Commerce, specialization in management, Concordia University, 2004
French, English, and Spanish