Mr. Jose Godoy Toku is a senior Immigration Consultant for Megrez Consultants, a consulting firm that provides immigration services to corporations, businesses and prospective new immigrants.
Mr. Godoy Toku’s practice is limited to Immigration and Citizenship matters. He has a varied practice involving clients before all three divisions of the Immigration and Refugee Board. He advises the human resources department of a number of companies, non-profit organizations and several large IT corporations on foreign worker related matters. His practice also involves filing a broad range of Business class applications, Provincial Nominee Program applications, Humanitarian and Compassionate applications and Temporary Resident Permit applications. Most recently, he has had a concentration of applications related to IT start-ups/entrepreneurs.
Since 2009 Mr. Godoy Toku has been teaching the Canada Immigration Program at Ashton College where he interacts with prospective consultants and CBSA/Citizenship and Immigration Canada officers.
Mr. Godoy Toku has been working in the Immigration field for over sixteen years and is a member in good standing with the Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council (ICCRC). He is well known within the Spanish community at large. In 1996, he was one of the few Spanish speaking consultants invited by the Immigration and Refugee Board in Toronto to meet with the Minister of Citizenship and Immigration Canada to provide feedback about immigration rules and policies in relation to refugees. Mr. Godoy Toku has worked hard to assist thousands of new immigrants into Canada. He has also obtained national attention while representing the Cedeno brothers along with Rasik Shah in a successful refugee claim process. The case was highlighted in the Globe and Mail as well as many international newspapers around the world.