Annie Beaudoin has close to 20 years of high-level expertise in Canadian Immigration. Ms. Beaudoin is a Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant with License #R533869. She is the owner of her own consulting firm based in Los Angeles, California (Beaudoin Immigration Consulting).
Prior to this, she was a Canadian Immigration Officer and worked for the Canadian Government at the Canadian Consulate General in Los Angeles for 15 years. Her years of experience as an IRCC decision-maker in a Canadian Visa Office have allowed her to accumulate rare high-level expertise in Canadian Immigration.
She also teaches Immigration Law at the University of Montreal and Queen’s University.
Ms. Beaudoin has been invited as a speaker on several Panels of Expert as a public speaker for all major Canadian immigration Organizations (IMEDA, Canadian Association of Professional Immigration Consultants-CAPIC, Ashton College, ImmSeminars, etc.).
She has written several articles about Canadian immigration issues.
Over the years, she has worked on the entire spectrum of visa categories, high profile cases and was asked to develop technical knowledge on inadmissibility(s) to Canada, including criminal inadmissibility originating from the United States and other foreign countries. She has accumulated years of experience in complex permanent residence and temporary residence applications, immigration interviews, investigative techniques & the invaluable concrete perspective of the actual governmental decision-maker.
Her decisions as an IRCC Officer have helped set judicial precedents and can be found in all levels of the Canadian appeal and court system.
Ms. Beaudoin is passionate about Canadian immigration and working with an international clientele. She is always dedicated to providing professional services in a transparent and ethical manner with a specific focus on her clients’ needs and goals. She is committed to contributing to the industry at large.
Ms. Beaudoin was born and raised in beautiful Quebec City, Canada and she is bilingual in the two official languages of Canada (English and French).