Ron McKay

Mr. McKay has taken various positions at the provincial and national levels of the Immigration Consultant professional associations. He previously served as a Member at Large, Western Chair, and Vice President for the Organization of Professional Immigration Consultants (OPIC). He was the first elected National president of the Canadian Association of Professional Immigration Consultants (CAPIC) and later served in his capacity as a Past National President. Today, he continues to participate as a member of CAPIC’s Past Presidents’ Committee. Mr. McKay is a Fellow of the Canadian Migration Institute and he participates occasionally on regional and national advisory committees dealing with Citizenship and Immigration, Canada Border Services Agency, Service Canada, and Immigration Refugee Board issues.

Ron McKay is an independent Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant, working with Clark Wilson LLP in the area of Canadian Immigration. He also assists Mr. Larry Yen, the firm’s U.S. Immigration attorney in the preparation of US Immigration matters. From 1987 to 1996, Mr. McKay was a locally engaged Immigration Officer, employed by the Government of Canada in Tokyo, Japan. During this employment he dealt regularly with applicants seeking either permanent or temporary entry to Canada.

Speaker/Panelist of the following seminar:

2016-04-05-BC: Temporary Visas