|Firm Name||QLSeeker Canada Inc. (Corporation No. 608276-9)|
|Incorporated||April 2, 2003|
|Services||– Permanent resident visa
– Temporary resident status
– Language training
– Business consulting
– Settlement service
|Main bank||TD Canada Trust|
|Hours||Monday – Thursday: 9:00AM – 5:00PM, Friday 9:00AM – 4:00PM(Eastern Time)|
|Address||150 Eglinton Avenue East, Suite 603, Toronto, Ontario, M4P 1E8, Canada|
Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant (RCIC),
REGISTRE QUEBECOIS DES CONSULTANTS EN IMMIGRATION RECONNUS
Hiro(yuki) Kameya earned his LLB from Meiji University in 1985. He learned French in Montreal and served as an interpreter at GATT Conference held in 1988. He served as a product manager at Kenwood Canada in Toronto for five years. His High-tech career started in Ottawa serving as Country Manager for Japan at Corel Corporation as well as Localization Manager for Asian Languages at Cognos Inc. He also worked at Metrowerks as Regional Sales Director responsible for Japan, Korea, China, Taiwan, India and Singapore. In 2003 he established QLSeeker(Quality Life Seeker) Canada Inc. in Toronto helping people from all over the world immigrate to Canada. Currently, he is one of the few licensed immigration consultants outside of Quebec, who can practice both Federal Immigration law and Quebec Immigration law.
Member of ICCRC (#R507834)、REGISTRE QUEBECOIS DES CONSULTANTS EN IMMIGRATION RECONNUS(#11489)
Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant
Toshiyasu(Toshi) Uehara has been working as a licensed immigration consultant since the previous regulator was established in 2004. He is also qualified to work as a Gyosei-shoshi Lawyer in Japan. Uehara holds a bachelor of commerce degree from Keio University and MBA from Aoyamagakuin University Graduate School in Japan. Prior to becoming an immigration consultant, Uehara served as Sales & Marketing Manager as well as Business Development Manager for both Japanese and American chemical companies over ten years. Uehara is a High Honours Graduate of the Post-Diploma Immigration Practitioner Certificate Program of Seneca College in Toronto, a member of ICCRC (the Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council)(#R420631) , a member of Canadian Association of Professional Immigration Consultants (CAPIC), licensed immigration consultant(#000031) in the province of Saskatchewan, and Commissioner for Oaths in the province of Ontario
Immigration Case Manager
Minami Kakita obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree in Japanese literature with a major in Communication Information from Kumamoto University in 2010. Throughout her university years, she devoted herself to working as a volunteer to help the city of Kumamoto successfully become a city designated by ordinance. After graduation, she worked for Seiko Epson Corporation for five years as a technical writer, a proofer, a translator and a coordinator wearing different hats heavily involved in numerous localization projects translating product manuals into various languages. During her employment with Seiko Epson Corporation, her desire to seek her career potentially abroad was gradually growing. She used a working holiday program heading for Toronto, Canada to gain professional experience overseas. After volunteering in the Japanese community in Toronto, she joined QLSeeker Canada Inc. and has been working as an immigration case manager with her LMIA based work permit . In addition, she is also well-known as one of QLS Education‘s bloggers evangelizing the quality of life in Toronto to people in Japan.
Immigration Case Manager
Shunya Kawai graduated from the Faculty of Economics, Kyoto University in 2015. He has become strongly interested in immigration issues through field research into the Japanese Brazilian community during his studies. During his fourth year of university, he took the opportunity to spend time studying abroad at the University of Washington in the United States as an exchange student, which inspired him to study even further on global immigration trends as well as ethnic and racial issues. With a huge shift in his mindset and focus, he was heading for Toronto, Canada for the purpose of studying further on immigrants and immigration from a completely different angle, and he obtained a Master’s degree in Immigration and Settlement Studies at Ryerson University. Currently, working as an immigration case manager at QLSeeker Canada Inc. helping Japanese people apply for a work permit or a permanent residency, he is actively involved in the student and community activities in Toronto as a volunteer organizing student conferences in Japan and Canada on a regular basis.
Immigration Case Manager
Mizuki Konishi obtained a bachelor’s degree in policy management from the Faculty of International Studies at Yokohama City University (YCU) in 2012. During her studies at YCU, she learned broadly about economics and marketing with a special focus on hostile takeovers and defensive measures in corporate laws. After graduation, she worked for four years as a systems engineer and a specialist for software and operating systems mainly using the Common Business Oriented Language (COBOL) in the life-insurance sector in Japan. Feeling a strong sense of accomplishment, she was becoming very interested in pursuing her career overseas. In 2016, she was headed to Toronto, Canada to improve her Business English language skills taking a business and marketing strategy course at college. After completing her internship at a local school agency in Toronto, she joined QLSeeker Canada Inc. Currently, she is working as an immigration case manager supporting Labor Market Impact Assessment (LMIA) applications for Japanese and Canadian companies as well as helping create an online client profile management system to make the quickest submission possible for all immigration-related applications.
Business Development Manager
Born in Kobe City, Hyogo Prefecture, having Japanese father and Korean mother, Karin Nishino spent her early childhood in Korea. Growing up in Japan as a half Japanese and half Korean girl, her mindset was not exactly a conventional one. Unlike traditional Japanese girls, she always had an entrepreneurial mindset to create and run something herself. In her final year of high school, she went to the UK as an exchange student. Naturally, right after graduating from high school, she moved to San Francisco to study film production. Later returning to Japan, and she majored in English literature at Kyoto Women’s University. After graduation, she worked for two years at the Kobe University Graduate School of Science supporting professors and researchers. During her employment with Kobe University, she started thinking about searching her career in Canada. Using the working holiday program, she was heading to Toronto, Canada in 2014. She worked as a supervisor, an assistant manager as well as on-the-job training instructor in the food industry for one year. She then went back to school and obtained a diploma in international marketing and communication from Seneca College in 2017. Currently, she is serving as a business development manager at QLSeeker Canada Inc. creating and managing QLS Career Website helping people coming from Japan find job opportunities in Canada.
QLS STRATEGIC PARTNERS
Ville K. Masalin
LL.B. (Ont.), LL.B. (Univ. of Helsinki), BARRISTER & SOLICITOR
- Bachelor of Laws Degree from the University of Helsinki, Finland, 1989
- Bachelor of Laws Degree from Osgoode Hall Law School at York University, Toronto, 1993
- Have operated and run my own law office in Toronto since 1995
Practice areas include
-Acting on sales and purchases of businesses
-Drafting and reviewing various business contracts
-Acting on purchase and sale of real estate
-Legal work in connection with mortgage refinancing
Wills, Powers of Attorney and Estates and Trusts
-Preparation of Wills and Powers of Attorney
-Legal work in connection with estates
-Succession planning for business owners
Mortgage Development Manager, Scotiabank
Yoko Naito earned B.S. Chem. in Ochanomizu University in Tokyo, Japan. She came to Toronto, Canada as a student first, got married and became a mother of two children. As her children started going to school, she took an opportunity to work as a mortgage broker at Scotiabank.
She has been providing clients with the best possible mortgage solution that meets the needs of each and every one of her clients. Being one of few Japanese speaking mortgage brokers in Toronto, she can guide new Japanese immigrants through the entire home buying process in the easiest way possible.
Currently, she supports the Japanese community in Canada as New Japanese Immigrants Association director as well as a Japanese woman business council officer.
License Real Estate Professional in the Province of Ontario
License Real Estate Professional in the Province of Ontario.
Jeff has been a successful entrepreneur with over 30 years Business experience. Jeff has Owner and / or managed companies with annual Sales up to $85 Million.
Jeff has been helping People and Businesses Buy, Sell or Lease properties in the GTA. Jeff has access to Properties before they are launch to the Public. Pre-construction opportunities give investors/owners the opportunity to get in at the best possible prices.
Jeff’s 30 years of Business experience has allowed him to hone his skills in negotiating to ensure that he creates a win/win situation that gives you a deal that you will be happy with.
The Toronto Housing Market presents many opportunities from Short Term Furnished Rentals, to Leasing or Purchasing your new home; Jeff has the expertise to assist you to make your Needs a Reality. From Downtown Waterfront Condo to Large suburban Homes Toronto has so much to offer you.
If it’s downtown Office space or Rural Industrial/Commercial Properties that you need, Jeff is here to show you what is on the Market.
Jeff’s Business philosophy is to build relationships as you build a future in Canada.