The High Commission of Canada in Nigeria says the electronic services offered by the Corporate Affairs Commission would go a long way in fast tracking its process of treating Visa applications from Nigerians.
The Counsellor (Migration) Delphina Ocquaye stated this in Abuja during a courtesy visit to the Registrar General/CEO of the Corporate Affairs Commission, Alhaji Garba Abubakar.
In a statement issued by Rasheed Mahe , head media of CAC mentioned that Delphina Ocquaye of the Deputy High Commission of Canada in Lagos who stated that the visit was to amongst others seek for partnership and discuss legal process for confirming civil documents, noted with delight that the CAC had digitized it processes which would make verifications easier as oppose to some organizations that still remain paper based.
She revealed that the North American country was attracting huge interest from Nigerians pursuing either business interests, permanent residency or studies amongst others.
She also added and added that due to their education and skills, Nigeria is currently ranked number 2 on the list of countries enjoying permanent residency in Canada under the Express Entry program.
Responding the Registrar General of the Corporate Affairs Commission, Alhaji Garba Abubakar noted with delight the request for partnership from the Canadian High Commission and pledged to grant electronic access to enable them verify amongst others the legal status of visa applicants.
Alhaji Garba Abubakar used the forum to highlight some of the reform initiatives of the Commission aimed at making it operate in line with global best practices.