Our Management Team
Success Immigration Services Inc. was founded by David M.V. Coombes in 1998. Dining Hunter & Jackson act as Success Immigration’s Canadian immigration law firm.
David Coombes B.A., M.Sc.
President and founder of Success Immigration Services (Canada) Ltd.
Registered Canadian Immigration Consultant(RCIC) &BC Commissioner for Oaths
Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council (ICCRC)#R409271
David emigrated to Canada from Great Britain as a child, and became a Canadian citizen in 1961. He obtained his undergraduate degree in Anthropology and Archaeology, and his Masters degree in Biogeochemistry (the interconnection between geology, chemistry, and living things). David was a senior employee of the government of British Columbia for over 30 years.
Since 1979, Mr. Coombes has travelled extensively, especially in the Philippines. He is an expert in the geography and indigenous cultures of the country.
While travelling in Banaue Ifugao, he met Zenaida Kenept, an Ilocano-Bontoc, from Mountain Province who was visiting the area. They became engaged, and married in 1989. They now reside in Victoria, B.C., Canada.
Sun Ja Baek
Office Manager of Success Immigration Services (Canada) Ltd.
Sun Ja Baek came to Canada in August, 2005, became a Permanent Resident in 2008, and a citizen in 2012 – giving her direct, personal experience with the immigration process.
She joined Success Immigration in April 2009, and has since become a great resource for our company and for the Asian communities in Victoria, ensuring that our clients’ needs are handled efficiently and expeditiously.
She has a degree in French, and 25 years’ previous experience in large companies in Korea (Bank of Korea, Korea Telecom, Dacom and MPC) – most of it in the areas of Customer Service and Human Resources.
Legal Advisor Dinning Hunter Jackson Law Office Lead Lawyer
Ronald J. Dumonceaux (Ron) was born and raised in Saskatchewan graduating from the University of Saskatchewan Law School in 1986 after having received undergraduate degrees in commerce and arts with an economics major.
Ron began practicing in Saskatchewan receiving his call to the bar in Saskatchewan in 1987. He also received his call to the bar in Alberta in 1996, in British Columbia in 1998, in the North West Territories in 2006, and in Ontario in 2008.
Ron is a volunteer for Access Justice, an organization dedicated to providing legal services to individuals who cannot afford to employ a lawyer. Outside of the practice of law, Ron maintains sports activity in ice hockey and golf. He reads extensively and enjoys travel and spending time with his family.