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KDI Immigration Services Inc

7181 Yonge St, Vaughan, ON L3T 0C7, Canada


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‘21 Certificate of Excellence, 2021


Mehul Desai is a Tax Professional and Registered Canadian Immigration Consultant and Commissioner for taking Affidavits in Ontario, Member in good standing of the Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council (ICCRC) and the Canadian Association of Professional Immigration Consultants (CAPIC).

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8 June 2021

KDI Immigration services RCIC Mehul Desai has provided excellent immigration services, He has handled my spousal application very well and My spouse got file number with in 15 days and become Permanent Resident with in record 5 months time, Unlike many of my friends are waiting for over 1 year, I highly recommend KDI Immigration services for quick and fast response time, Honest and accurate advice. Best part is they are very transparent through out the process. More...


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Hi Krupa and Chintan, Thanks for your five star review to KDI Immigration Services Inc. Mehul Desai appreciate your feedback and thanks for your referral


Helping the client to Immigrate and Settle in Canada.
Prepare and efile taxes for clients.

Over 20 years of industry experience , Over 500 satisfied customers .

Yes We provide 100% remote services. Most of our clients are comfortable meeting us on Google meet or Zoom Meetings.

Remote Consultation. Safe office location at Yonge and Steels. By Appointment only meeting with one person at time. Our office is sanitized after every client visits. We pre screen customer before they enter into our office.


Spousal Sponsorship, Family Sponsorship
Super Visa for Parents and Grand Parents
LMIA Supporting Permanent Residency
Global Talent Stream

Personal Taxes
Business Taxes
Real Estate and Rental Taxes
GST Rebate Application for New home for Rental

A Power of Attorney is a legal document that lets you give another person (or people) the authority to act on your behalf. The Power of Attorney can be used to make key decisions about your finances, property and even your personal care.

As Per https://www.canada.ca/en/financial-consumer-agency/services/estate-planning/will-estate-planning.html
A will is a legal document that says how you want your estate to be divided once you die. Your estate includes what you own (called assets) and what you owe (called liabilities). An up-to-date will can help your estate representative deal with your estate when you die. Provinces and territories set the laws for estates.

You're not legally required to prepare a will. However, if you don't have a will, the laws in your province or territory will determine how your estate is divided.

It's a good idea to get professional legal help when you make a will. This will help you make sure all your documents are prepared and witnessed properly. Be prepared to pay legal fees.

It's a good idea to make a will, even if you're not sick or don't seek legal advice.

Key Executor Duties of Will.
If you’re responsible for settling an estate, you may not know where to start. While not a complete list, here is an overview of some of the key things you’ll need to take care of.

Funeral Arrangements

Find out whether funeral arrangements have been prepaid and if specific wishes have been documented.

Death Certificate

Get a few copies from the funeral home. You’ll need them when dealing with financial institutions, the government and insurance companies.

The Will

Find and distribute the Will, and obtain probate if necessary. You’ll then need to carry out the instructions outlined in the Will.

Bank Accounts

Notify the bank and identify yourself as the executor. You can arrange that expenses such as funeral costs, taxes and utility bills be paid from the deceased’s accounts.

Safe Deposit Boxes

You will need the key to any safe deposit box so you can list the contents and access any important documents it may contain.

Insurance and Employment Benefits

Contact the life insurance company to initiate payment, and the employer (or former employer) to review any survivor health or pension benefits.


Ask the bank or other financial institution for a list of outstanding liabilities. You will need to pay out any debts or taxes owed from the deceased’s accounts.


Make an inventory of the estate’s assets. You can distribute assets only after you’re sure there are enough funds to pay all debts and taxes.

Final Tax Return

You will need to file the final tax return and pay any taxes owing. Let the beneficiaries know what amount they will need to pay tax on.

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