11.1 This agreement is deemed to have ended at the end of the tasks covered by Section 2 of this agreement. AND CONSIDERING that CIC is a member of the Council of Immigration Regulators of Canada (the Council), the regulatory authority for immigration consultants in Canada; The client acknowledges that if the CNA is invited to act on behalf of the client in matters other than those mentioned above, or because of a significant change in the client`s circumstances or essential facts that were not disclosed at the beginning of the notification or a change in state law with respect to the handling of immigration applications , the agreement may be amended accordingly by mutual agreement. This agreement exists between Mr. – The applicant hereafter states that he appoints the counsellor who will handle his application and all necessary forms and submissions relating to his immigration to Canada. For his part, the Councillor said he was prepared to make every effort to prepare all the documents and help the applicant submit his application to the governments of Canada and the province of Quebec. The applicant agrees to pay the advisor the following costs in dollars. These fees above do not include any of the fees charged by the Canadian government (for immigration), the designated physician and translators. Payments can be made by cheque, bank project or transfer to the advisor`s bank account. At the end of the immigration process, the applicant obtains a permanent visa. If the applicant does not receive a permanent visa, the advisor agrees to fully reimburse the fee paid by the applicant. However, the counsellor is not required to reimburse the applicant if the denial of permanent resident status is due to one of the following reasons: which leads to a refusal, medical inadmissibility; , without notice to the counsellor, resulting in a refusal.
If the applicant`s marital status has changed during the proceedings, an additional fee is charged as follows: $1,000 us dollars ($1,000) required to add a spouse to the file, in addition, two hundred dollars ($250) is required to add a newborn to the file. This agreement is governed by the laws of Canada and the Province of Quebec.