About the Founder
My name is Chioma Frances Ogamba- Ifediata, and I am the founder of Kisha Immigration. Educated in four countries; Nigeria, Malaysia, United Kingdom, and Canada. I studied Applied Business Computing in the United Kingdom and graduated with First class Honors. I also immigrated to Canada as a permanent resident, then acquired degrees in Canadian Immigration Consulting, Information Technology, and an MBA (Business administration), graduating at the top of my class with a perfect CGPA of 4.0/4.0 in all three.
Beyond my proven academic excellence, I am keen on learning, evident in the twelve certifications I have undertaken and excelled in.
My first relocation experience started when I was 18 years old and had to avoid the effects of the ASUU strike in the Nigerian university. I gained admission to study at a UK-affiliated school in Malaysia and relocated with my immediate younger sister, whom I assisted with both her admission and student visa application. Unknowingly to me, this was my first informal immigration client. Eighteen months down the line, we were awarded scholarships and transferred to the University of Sunderland to complete our first degrees. I was responsible for both the scholarship applications and the study visa applications to the UK. A year later, I graduated with a first-class in Applied Business Computing. Due to the UK’s policy as of 2012 after graduating, I could not secure a post-graduate work permit, resulting in my sister and I going back home to serve and work.
I embarked on another journey to relocate to Canada as a graduate student. Fortunately, in 2016 I seized the opportunity to relocate to Canada as a permanent resident. Along the line, I fell in love, got married, even handled my husband’s application, and relocated as a family to Canada in 2018. Since then, I have helped other family members, friends and clients relocate with their families and get second citizenship. The key highlight for me was assisting my youngest sister to immigrate to Canada as a permanent resident in 2021 and helping her husband join her in less than a year.
Kisha means Great Joy, witnessing people’s lives change entirely for the best in a way that will last generations inspired my actions to become a licensed Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant (RCIC).
I am a member in good standing with the Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council (ICCRC); a national regulatory body that serves and protects the public by overseeing licensed immigration consulting and international student advising professions. As an ICCRC member, I am bound by a strict code of ethics and regulations, for your security and protection. I am also an accredited member of the Canadian Association of Professional Immigration Consultants (CAPIC).