Global Mind Immigration

About Us

Miwako Aratake, Director, Global Mind Immigration Services Our Team

Our team is led by our Director Miwako Aratake a Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant in good standing with the Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council (ICCRC #R406999)

Having lived and worked in various countries around the world (Hong Kong, England, Germany, Switzerland, Japan, U.S.A, and Canada) immigration has always been part of her life.

She arrived in Canada on a working holiday visa, and became a permanent resident under the British Columbia Provincial Nomineee Program with the support from her employer at that time.

It was an easy and exciting decision for her to make Canada her home.

Immigration is her passion, and she feels fortunate being able to help many clients achieve their immigration goals.

Our Experience

Our experience includes 10 years of consulting experience assisting international students, foreign workers and new immigrants in education, immigration and integration to Canada.

Working in CanadaFacilitator – Simon Fraser University

Facilitate effective and informative job search workshops to international students and their spouses on work permits. Provide labor market information,  tips on how to articulate skills to better market themselves, how to tap in to the hidden job market to help them in finding meaningful employment in Canada.

Working in CanadaImmigration Consultant – New Wave Immigration

Consult clients on requirements and eligibility for various immigration streams to obtain permanent residency in Canada. Specialize in obtaining Work permits, and Permanent Residency under the Family Class and Provincial Nominee Programs.

Working in CanadaWorking GroupCity of Burnaby “Social Sustainability Strategy”

Participate in social sustainability strategy meetings, address issues and develop strategies involving immigrant settlement and multiculturalism in the city of Burnaby to build on existing goals on being the most inclusive and engaging city.

Working in CanadaCareer Consultant - BC Skills Connect Program (Ministry of Advanced Education and Labour Market Development)

Support BC provincial governments skill shortages initiative to connect skilled immigrants with labour shortages and to help skill immigrants obtain meaningful employment according to their pre-landing education and experience. Facilitate workshops and conduct one-on-one meetings with skilled immigrants providing guidance in job search.

Working in CanadaCareer Consultant / Education Consultant – Canadian Tourism College

Advise students on education programs, individual career planning, assess scholarship applications, and evaluate foreign credentials. Process National and Provincial student loan applications and issue acceptance letters to international students for immigration purpose.

Our extensive knowledge in pre and post immigration processes allows us to smoothly transition our clients from a temporary resident to a permanent resident in Canada.