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Dr. Klodian Rado is more than a Canada immigration consultant. He is a Law Professor, Former Judge, International Legal Consultant, Author, Legal Scholar, and Mentor, with about 20 years of transnational professional legal experience, ready to represent you in all matters pertaining to Canadian immigration.

Being himself an immigrant, Dr. Rado is dedicating now his multidimensional career to helping people to come to Canada, for a better future. Dr. Rado also provides immigration assistance pro-bono based on compassionate grounds as the need arises.

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Find out what it takes to be eligible for Canadian immigration and begin your clear path to Canada.

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    Parents / Grandparents / Relatives

    REFUGEES

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    Canada announces 3 new initiatives to welcome and support more refugees

    The world is facing a refugee crisis. Across the globe, millions are displaced and longing for what most of us take for granted: a safe place to call home. As a global leader in protecting those who need it most, Canada welcomed nearly half of all refugees resettled around the world in 2020. The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) recently called Canada “a bright light in a horrible year for refugee resettlement.”