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Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council

ICCRC also administers a robust complaints and discipline process to ensure that RCICs comply with the ICCRC Code of Professional Ethics and that consumers are effectively protected.

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We protect you

The Public

ICCRC is the national regulatory body authorized by the government of Canada to safeguard consumers by regulating two professions: immigration consultants and international student advisors.

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We are

Established

The primary function of the Council is to regulate its members so that all consumers have access to immigration services from a qualified and ethical body of consultants.

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Want to know more?

Become an Immigration Professional

Federal law requires that immigration practitioners, in Canada or abroad, who provide Canadian immigration services for a fee, must be registered with the ICCRC and accredited as a Regulated International Student Immigration Advisor (RISIA) or a Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant (RCIC). Exceptions are members in good standing of provincial or territorial law societies or the Chambre des notaires du Québec.

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Do you have issues with the immigration services you are being provided?

File a Complaint

The primary function of the Council is to regulate its members so that all consumers have access to immigration services from a qualified and ethical body of consultants.

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Who We Are


 
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The Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council (ICCRC) was designated by the government of Canada to regulate the Canadian immigration consulting, the Canadian citizenship consulting, and international student advising professions.

 

Section 91(2) of the Immigration & Refugee Protection Act (IRPA) and Section 21.1 of the Citizenship Act requires that anyone who provides Canadian immigration or citizenship advice for a fee or other consideration, must be a member in good standing of a law society in Canada, the Chambre des notaires du Québec, or ICCRC.

 
 
 
 


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