Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant

AEC | JCA.00
AEC - Business | JCA.00 | Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant

Offered during the day or the evening, this program was designed to meet the new standards and conditions of membership of the Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council (ICCRC). According to current law in Canada, paid representatives must be certified to represent clients before the Government of Canada in matters relating to immigration or refugee protection. LaSalle College is the only institution in Quebec to offer the new version of the program, as an AEC (Attestation of Collegial Studies).

Graduates of this program will be able to take the Full Skills Exam of the Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council (ICCRC). A Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant will be able to open his/her own immigration consulting office or work with a team of lawyers and/or notaries.

This program is offered at the Montréal and Laval campuses.

* In order to practice in Quebec, it is necessary to take a language test in French in a center approved by the ICCRC.

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  • Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultants working with a team of lawyers and/or notaries
  • Immigration Consultant
  • Have successfully completed a minimum of two years of post-secondary studies.
  • Have a training deemed sufficient and meet the admission criteria set for college studies.
  • Introduction to Immigration Law, Permanent Residence and Citizenship (60 h)
  • Recourses and Tribunals (60 h)
  • Communication and Writing (45 h)
  • Ethics, Professional Responsibility and Client Representation (60 h)
  • Practice Management and Operating a Small Business (45 h)
  • Accounting Principles (45 h)
  • Provincial, Territorial and Quebec programs (75 h)
  • Refugees and Protected Persons  (60 h)
  • Federal Economic Classes (45 h)
  • Temporary Residence (60 h)
  • Family Class and Humanitarian and Compassionate Applications (45 h)

* The College reserves the right to substitute certain courses.