The Client(s) acknowledge that the granting of a visa or status and the time required for processing this application is at the sole discretion of the government and not the RCIC.
The Client(s) agree that the fees paid are for accomplished services. In case of rejection the client does not have to pay for not accomplished services.
The RCIC’s failure to perform any term of the agreement, as a result of conditions beyond his control such as, but not limited to, governmental restrictions or subsequent legislation, war, strikes, or acts of God, shall not be deemed a breach of this Agreement.
The Client(s) acknowledge that if the RCIC is asked to act on the Client(s) behalf on matters other than those outlined above in this Agreement, or because of a material change in the Client(s) circumstances, or because of material facts not disclosed at the outset of the application, or because of a change in government legislation regarding the processing of immigration-related applications, the Agreement can be modified accordingly upon mutual agreement.
The Client(s) understand(s) that they must be accurate and honest in the information they provide(s) and that any inaccuracies may void this Agreement, or seriously affect the outcome of the application or the retention of any status they may obtain.
In the event of a joint retainer agreement, pursuant to Article 13 of the Code of Professional Ethics, the Client(s) understand that no information received in connection with the matter from one Client can be treated as confidential so far as any of the other Clients are concerned (Article 13.1.1) and that if a conflict develops that cannot be resolved, the RCIC cannot continue to act for both or all of the Clients and may have to withdraw completely (Article 13.1.2).
The signed Agreement is to be considered terminated upon completion of tasks identified in the agreement.
The Agreement is considered terminated if material changes occur to the Client(s) application or eligibility, which make it impossible to proceed with services of the Agreement.
Pursuant to Article 14 of the Code of Professional Ethics, the Agreement may be terminated, upon writing, by the RCIC, provided withdrawal does not cause prejudice to the Client(s).
The Agreement is subject to the laws in effect in the Province Ontario, Canada and of United Arab Emirates.