Immigration Consultant Training in Ottawa
Immigrating to Canada can be a complicated and lengthy process. Immigration consultants assist clients with the immigration process. They are knowledgeable about immigration and visa laws, and application processes for various types of visa.
This program has been specifically designed to meet the needs of the growing Immigration Consulting industry and the curriculum has been developed in accordance with the regulations of the Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council (ICCRC). Areas of study include Immigration and Refugee Law, Temporary Status, Family Sponsorship, Administrative Tribunals & the IRB and Professional Responsibility (Code of Ethical Con-duct of Members).
Program length: 6 months, includes 8 week internship
**This course is also available through online delivery**
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Immigration Consultant Careers
The Immigration Consultant program prepares students to work in law offices, legal departments of any organization, government offices, private industry or as independent Immigration Consultants.
Sample average salary: $43,000
*Statistics based on most recent available.
Immigration Consultant Courses in Ottawa
• Immigration and Refugee Law
• Temporary Status
• Economics Class
• Family Sponsorship, Humanitarian & Compassionate Applications
• Refugee Law and Protected Persons
• Professional Responsibility
• Business and Client Centered Practice
• Administrative Tribunals and the IRB
• Real Estate – Sales and Contracts
The following are necessary to be enrolled in the program:
- 2 years of post-secondary education (or equivalent);or 2 years of related work experience
- Pass an aptitude evaluation
- Be interviewed in detail regarding interest in the field
In order to qualify for a diploma, a student must reach the following levels of proficiency:
- Complete a minimum of 24 semester credit hours of study
- A minimum grade of D (60%) in any subject attempted
- A minimum Cumulative Grade Point Average of 2.0 (70%)
Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council (http://www.iccrc-crcic.ca) requirements are:
- Proof of language ability (choose one). Accredited language tests and required scores are as follows:
- ENGLISH: IELTS-A: 7.5 listening, 6.5 for writing, speaking, and reading
- ENGLISH: CanTEST: 4.5 for speaking and 4 for listening, reading and writing
- ENGLISH: CELPIP-G: 8 for speaking, listening, reading & writing
- ENGLISH: CAEL: overall band score of 70
- FRENCH: TEF: (please refer to ICCRC registration guide)
- FRENCH: SEL: (please refer to ICCRC registration guide)
**These requirements are subject to change**
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