Christine Poulin is an immigration consultant, member of the Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council (No. 508192) since 2013. She is also registered in the Registre des consultants reconnus en immigration du Québec. She was as well the political advisor of some ministers in Quebec and she was elected on the Montreal city council from 2001 to 2005. She also worked within the administration of the provincial government.
Christine Poulin served on some boards of directors in Montreal. She takes part in the Montreal Chamber of Commerce and is a member of the Canadian Association of Professional Immigration Consultants (CAPIC). She is interested in human rights and participated in a seminar on Human Rights in Strasbourg. In addition, she studied Chinese law at the University of Beijing.
Christine Poulin completed a Certificate in Law, a Certificate in International Business, a BA in Political Science and a master's degree in international management at ENAP. She also took part in election observation missions in Ukraine as a delegate of the Canadian government.
She supports the development of immigration to Canada and within the different provinces. Christine Poulin is dedicated to her clients. She is very competent, devoted, disciplined and determined. After analyzing the characteristics of her clients she meticulously determines the best possible opportunities for everyone. She knows the criteria of different provincial and national programs and ensures that applicants obtain Canadian citizenship on a permanent or temporary basis.