About Us

Canadian Immigration Services

Chaest Immigration Ltd. is a federally incorporated corporation of Canada based in the Northwest side of the City of Calgary, Province of Alberta. It has a branch office in Cebu, Philippines with partners located in various parts of the Globe.

Czareem Joseph Estella

JD, REB, RCIC (R533825)

a member in good standing of the Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council (ICCRC) and of the Philippine Bar. He is also a candidate of the Federation of Law Societies of Canada. 

The company is founded by Czareem Joseph Estella, a member in good standing of the Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council (ICCRC) and of the Philippine Bar. He is also a candidate of the Federation of Law Societies of Canada. 

Chaest Immigration is primarily an immigration, visa and legal services provider. It assists prospective immigrants, students and workers legally enter Canada, either as permanent residents, international students, temporary foreign workers, Refugee Claimants and/or thru Family Reunification, including representations before for failed sponsorship appeals before the Immigration Appeals Division (IAD), Refugee Appeals Division and other Immigration Administrative Bodies. 

Chaest Immigration also caters to Philippine Immigration law practice including representations before any and all administrative and quasi-judicial bodies, on a limited capacity.

WHY CHAEST?

The Immigration Refugee and Citizenship Canada (IRCC), the Canadian government agency charged with the processing of Immigration related processes and where you will be filing your application soon, will not entertain representations by person/s or entities representing a client for a fee, unless he is a member in good standing of the ICCRC, a Canadian Law Society or the Chambre des Notaires du Quebec.

As a matter of fact, it is ILLEGAL for a non-member to render immigration services including the mere giving of immigration advises to clients unless he is a member of the ICCRC, a Canadian Law Society or the Chambre des Notaires du Quebec. RCIC agents are strictly not allowed to give immigration advises, seminars and/or process immigration documents for and in behalf of the client.

Aside from the very exorbitant monetary fine and the consequent imprisonment imposed for its violation, there are other serious consequences and repercussion affecting you and your applications (present or future) for engaging an unauthorized immigration professional, as follows:

  1. No insurance cover to compensate you in the event that your file is refused due to their negligence.
  2. Automatic refusal of your file for misrepresentation due to failure to submit a Use of Representative Form with a 5 year ban on any immigration application you will file in Canada.
  3. It is a waste of money! Unauthorized representatives do not provide you with an honest assessment of your chances of securing a Canadian visa. They give “too good to be true” advises just to get your hard earned money. RCICs by law, are obligated to render a straightforward assessment of your eligibility and if found to be ineligible for immigration, your case will not be accepted after thorough explanation of the reasons thereof.
  4. They are not allowed to appear and make legal representations before any Immigration bodies and tribunals in Canada. Thus, in case your application is denied, you will just be left in the air. They cannot also file an appeal, challenging the Officers decision of denial.

Disclaimer:

The contents of this website may contain erroneous data thru inadvertence. If in doubt or needs clarification, you are requested to go to IRCC or refer to their website. Chaest Immigration, its officers and agents are not liable to any damages and/or prejudices sustained by 3rd persons including prospective clients as a result of the aforesaid error.  Also, for lodged applications, approval thereof depends upon the judgment of the handling officers who will evaluate your case, as such, the success of your applicant does not lie on the hands of the undersigned RCIC but chiefly on the judgment of the handling officer.