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Phoenix Canada Immigration Consulting was founded in 2018 by Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant (RCIC) Katrina Kukurs, with the goal of providing a safe and reliable first step on the journey of immigrating to Canada. Katrina holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Wilfrid Laurier University and a certificate from Humber College in the Immigration Consulting program, completed with Honours. She is a member in good standing with the College of Immigration and Citizenship Consultants (CICC - formerly ICCRC), license number R529658.

Outside of her immigration business Katrina is a lover of arts and body movements as a tool to connect with others, most enjoys her time when in nature, and can often be found exploring the city of Toronto on her bike, weather permitting!

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Our core belief is that everyone deserves a safe and welcoming environment to call home. Phoenix Canada blossomed out of a love of global migration and the desire to see those who choose Canada as their home experience a smooth transition in their move. We strive to make sure your immigration to Canada begins on the right step. 

Based in Toronto, Ontario on traditional territory of many nations including the Mississaugas of the Credit, the Anishnabeg, the Chippewa, the Haudenosaunee and the Wendat peoples, we work remotely with clients residing all over the world. 



We believe in full transparency, and it goes both ways. We want you, our client, to understand what immigration to Canada will look like for you. While we will take the grunt work off your plate and ease your load through the process, we still consider your application a joint effort and want you to fully understand the process. And likewise, we request full transparency and honesty from our clients. The only way to immigrate is through an honest and strong application, and that takes both of us!


Our main drive at Phoenix Canada is that everyone deserves a place to call home, where you feel safe and welcome. An important part of this is also recognizing the land before immigration. Being based in Toronto, Ontario we recognize the traditional territory of many nations including the Mississaugas of the Credit, the Anishnabeg, the Chippewa, the Haudenosaunee and the Wendat peoples. While we recognize Canadian history and welcome new Canadians, we strive to ensure all newcomers, First Nations and current residents have the best opportunity to thrive in Canada. We want this country to be safe, welcoming and fair for all who inhabit it.


We love growth and change at Phoenix Canada, and we recognize these qualities are what motivates many of our clients to immigrate. Moving countries takes a lot of effort and attention and we want to ensure your growth and change gets the attention it needs from you! When we handle your immigration application we make sure the process is as smooth and trouble free as possible. We believe when we support our clients in their application, it allows for space and attention to be given to the more intimate aspects of moving countries. In representing you we feel the honour and responsibility of supporting more than just your application, but also your transition to a new home!


Integrity is the core of our professional business. We want to ensure your first step to Canada is a positive experience for you, and we recognize the impact our level of service has to our clients. Every detail of our clients application is examined and assessed to uphold the integrity of your application. We will do everything in our power through our interactions with clients and professional presence to provide the highest quality submission, and ease your immigration application experience. 

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In order to receive payment for immigration services, your representative must be authorized - either a licensed immigration consultant in good standing with CICC, or a lawyer/paralegal in good standing with the law society. 

IRCC will not deal with representatives who charge a fee but are not authorized. If you use an unauthorized representative, in Canada or abroad, your application may returned or refused.

If you pay a representative or compensate them in any way in exchange for their services, it is considered paid and they must be authorized.


Katrina Rose Kukurs

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