About Us



Kubeir Kamal, aka Kamal Lalwani, is the founder of Ask Kubeir Immigration

A Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant (RCIC) licensed under the Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council (ICCRC) with license number R706180, he is also a member of The Canadian Association of Professional Immigration Consultants (CAPIC) member ID R21006.

He is the driving force and the face of Ask Kubeir. An ardent believer who is Forever Hopeful, his commitment, passion and transparency towards his work is what his clients and audience seek.

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What sets Ask Kubeir apart?

We, at Ask Kubeir Immigration Inc., are fully committed towards providing immense value while assisting you in your journey towards making your Canadian Immigration dream a reality.

Ask Kubeir Immigration Inc., with a focus on communication and clarity, stands tall and proud on the pillars of:

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We have a credible track record and a unique approach towards each of our clients. We build, in our clients, the trust and confidence that we are here for you every step of the way.


Your immigration, for us, is not just business, but the true purpose of our service towards you and your Canadian dream.


Every client has a different case and story, and effectively strategizing to arrive at the best possible solution with our experience and knowledge of Immigration law, is at the core of our service.


Immigration Laws and trends keep changing on a day to day basis, and it is our professional responsibility to stay abreast with the latest happenings for each application and representation.


Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultants (RCIC) are licensed professionals regulated by the Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council. They are authorised to act on behalf of a client to make an application with Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada. They are also responsible to uphold the standards of conduct outlined in the Code of Ethics to protect the public from unethical or incompetent practice.

Yes. Licensed immigration consultants are required to complete an approved education program and a language test before they can appear for the RCIC Entry-to-Practice Exam. The exam tests the candidates on three cognitive levels: knowledge and comprehension, application of rules and principles, and critical thinking.

An immigration consultant can act as your representative for all immigration applications or appeals, except representation at Federal Court. You must hire a lawyer in the case you want to file an Application for Leave or for Judicial Review.

Hiring representation is a very important decision and it should always feel good instinctively. Finding a representative, be it a lawyer or an immigration consultant, who you can be honest with and trust in the advice and approach they offer, is often the correct approach. Do not sign a retainer agreement if you are not confident about making the right decision. Some applications may take long periods to finalise, and hiring the wrong representation can make the process more stressful than it needs to be. Click here, to read more about what to consider when hiring a representation.