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Choice and Focus!


That is all you need for your successful immigration story.

There are 80 - 100 immigration programs Canada-wide. It means you need to select and concentrate on the best-fit program(s) for you.

We understand finding the most suitable program by yourself can be daunting tasks. What we offer to you is to help you find a right program and of course achieve your immigration dreams in the end.

Taking your first step towards immigration to Canada can be challenging. However, we make your dream come true effortlessly with a Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant.  Please allow our professional consultant to take care of the whole procedure, so you can fully enjoy your new start in Canada.

We, Visa Desk, are here to help you start the very first important step. Please contact us today.





While you make a decision on the best immigration programs, we stay focused on your success. Our cluttered desk is for your clear immigration solutions. We promise we will return integrity, trust, and detailed work to you.


We donate 1% of our profits to the environment protection organizations, such as Greenpeace, WWF, or FOE.




Jay (Jae In Lee) is a member of Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council (ICCRC) which is a regulatory authority overseeing regulated immigration and citizenship consultants (RCIC).


Jay is a sole practitioner working from Toronto, Canada. His practice focuses on Canadian Immigration in which he handles visitor visas, study permits, work permits, permanent residence applications, provincial nominee programs, business immigration programs, criminal rehabilitation, and citizenship applications. He also has appeared before the Immigration and Refugee Board (IRB), and has represented clients in interviews and inquiries at both IRCC and CBSA.


Before the Canadian immigration practice, he dealt with various legal matters such as Small Claims Court issues, Landlord and Tenant's matters, provincial offences, and criminal cases. He has been a member of the Law Society of Ontario (LSO) as a licensed paralegal.


Jay is a graduate of York University (Business program) and Humber College (Immigration Program) in Toronto. On a personal level, Jay has been an immigrant in Canada for over 20 years. The real-life experiences of applying for immigration has made him aware of the long but rewarding journey and gives him a unique perspective.


He was a founding member of a legal clinic at the Peoples Church in Toronto. He contributed his time to help newcomers for the legal clinic. He has been active in writing Canadian immigration related articles at the Korean Times Daily since 2017. You can find his articles at his website or at the newspaper below.

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