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A few of you have asked us to provide answers to the ICCRC practice questions, so we have made a series of 10 videos explaining each answer in detail.
This first question is about the judicial review process for rejected PR applicants.
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There have been a lot of changes to the TFW program that you will need to be aware of for your upcoming ICCRC Full Skills Exam, which you can read here: http://www.hrsdc.gc.ca/eng/jobs/foreign_workers/changes.shtml
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A big congratulations to our own Lizzeth Ruiz for passing her MICC exam!
Remember that if you are going to help people immigrate to Quebec, you need to be a member of MICC!
This is a question to help simulate what will be on your upcoming ICCRC Full Skills Exam.
Try to find the answer to the question by your self before looking at the answer and analysis!
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Our Free ICCRC Full Skills Exam Prep Course: Will defunct categories be on the ICCRC Full Skills Exam?
If you are going to take the ICCRC Full Skills Exam to be a Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant and member of the ICCRC, these are interesting times. There have been more changes in Canada’s immigration law recently than ever before, so a lot of you have been wondering about what this means for your exam.
Basically, the ICCRC will still include the Federal Skilled Worker as well as the Entrepreneur category in your exam. Sometimes the questions will be started with a sentence like ‘Assuming the Federal Skilled Worker category is still open,…’ but other times the question will make it sound like the category is still open.
The rationale behind this is probably to force you to know the difference between the defunct and new categories so that you can adequately represent your clients if they ask you questions regarding the old Entrepreneur or Federal Skilled Worker streams.
So study up on these subjects, as well as the new ones, since this will help you prepare for any curveballs they might throw your way!
Our preparation booklets have been updated to reflect these changes and we’re always here to help!
With all of the updates in immigration, you might be feeling overwhelmed.
Don’t worry – we’re here to help!
The list of Designated Countries of Origin was just changed on February 15th, 2013, so this video will give you a short explanation of this and how it will affect your ICCRC exam.
Next week, we will take a look at a sample question with this in order to really help you see how this will be given on your exam.
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Here is a sample question for the new Federal Skilled Trades Category.
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