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Alli (Nasiralli) Amlani  C.Dir. himself an immigrant from Nairobi, Kenya (1976) is the founder of Inter-Connections Canada. His extensive experience in owning, operating, and managing various commercial, industrial, service and consulting businesses overseas and in Canada has contributed to Inter-Connections Canada's success story. The key factor, however, is his in-depth technical understanding of Canadian Immigration Law; built up over the years in his working associations with leading lawyers, top consultants and interacting with senior Immigration officials.
Alli also serves as a volunteer consultant on the Immigration Advisory Committee of the Ismaili Council. He is a Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant, a member in good standing of the Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council.
Alli is currently serving his second term on the Board of Directors of the Immigration Consultants Regulatory body, The Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council.
Alli holds an IPC from Seneca College, has attended several Industry related courses that include the "Not-For-Profit Governance Essentials" Program at Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto. He obtained the Chartered Director (C.Dir.) designation from The Directors College (a joint venture of McMaster University and The Conference Board of Canada) in 2011. He is also a recipient of the Shepherds, Pillars and Leadership awards from Canadian Association of Professional Immigration Consultants.
His other affiliations include membership in the Indo Canada Chamber of Commerce, North York Chamber of Commerce, Canorient Christian Association, Association of Canadian Search, Employment and Staffing Services, Canada-Sri Lanka Business council.
He was a delegate in the 2002 Canada Trade Mission to India and a host to the Maharashtra Economic Development Council's mission on Education to Canada. He participated in successful election campaign for Don Valley East. His peers, the Government, community publications and educational institutes, have recognized his notable contribution to the Canadian Immigration program and the consulting industry.
He was instrumental in setting up the first educational twinning program between Chetana Institute of India and Seneca College in Canada. This program enables students to attain Canadian qualifications by attending the program in their own country in part and then concluding the other part in Canada.
Zeenat Shariff, as an immigrant herself to Canada from Tanzania, brings a unique understanding and sensitivity to the needs of our clients.  Her role as the Director, International Operations is also enhanced by her earlier career experience. 
Since 1988, first as an overseas representative, next as an immigrant and eventually in her current role. She was a delegate in the 2002 Canada Trade Mission to India and an active participant in the recent federal election campaign for Don Valley East.
As a member in good standing of CAPIC and a Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant, accredited by the regulatory body, the  Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council, she assures honest and professional counseling to our clientele.
Her educational training in professional development, specific to immigration, added to over 18 years of experience in practice, enables her to provide appropriate guidance to our clientele that she represents. 
Zeenat is an astute coordinator and negotiator for the clientele and a relentless settlement co-coordinator.  Her expertise combined with her care for clients has immensely contributed to the well being of several individuals and families who have settled successfully in Canada.
Yasmin Wadia
Administrator - Inland Operations
Yasmin immigrated from India in 1993. Ever since, she has been the ICC team member in helping Canadian sponsors make Family Class applications. Having attended professional development seminars, she continues to co-ordinate the much needed dissemination of information from the Immigration department to CAPIC members and contributes to the ICC volunteer program for the community.

Pallavi Patel
Pallavi immigrated from Kenya in September 2001. At the Head Office, she is responsible for Accounts Receivable and Payable, bank reconciliation, maintaining Agents accounts and preparation of the staff payroll.

Aziz Kazani 
Network Administrator

Aziz immigrated from India in 1997. At the head office, he looks after the maintenance and troubleshooting of the network and computer workstations. He performs routine maintenance, systems upgrades and is responsible for back-ups and disaster recovery operations.
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