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Here at FullSkillsExamPrep.com, we often get asked the question ‘Which Immigration Practitioner Program should I take?’
In order to make sure that we can answer as thoroughly as possible, we make a point of visiting the schools which offer the Immigration Practitioner Certificates to meet the staff and review their program. This also helps us to assess which areas our clients are experts in and which areas they might need help in for the individualised study plan which we offer to seminar takers.
This week, we met with the Academy of Learning College in Toronto and are pleased to inform you that everyone we met, from the director, Mr. Dickins, to the Admissions Coordinator, Mrs. Yang, to the main lecturer, Mr. Hamid, are 100% committed to helping you reach your goals of becoming an RCIC. In fact, our 20 minute meeting wound up being almost 2 hours long since they are as passionate about improving Canada’s immigration system as we are!
If you are in Toronto and thinking of becoming an RCIC, after careful review, FullSkillsExamPrep.com recommends this program.
*Note that we are not paid for reviewing this program – we simply like to inform you of programs and people we meet who share the same philosophy as us with regard to helping people become RCICs.
For more information on this program, feel free to contact the school directly at www.aoltoronto.com
As always, all of our material will be updated to prepare you for the ICCRC Full Skills Exam!
Canadian Experience Class Announcements
The CEC program was created for individuals who have already gained skilled work experience in Canada. As of May 1, the program will accept a maximum of 8,000 new applications. Any skilled occupation is eligible*, however for NOC B level occupations a maximum of 100 applications will be accepted per occupation.
*The following six occupations are not eligible to apply under the CEC:
Administrative officers (NOC 1221)
Administrative assistants (1241)
Accounting technicians/bookkeepers (1311)
Food service supervisors (6311)
Retail sales supervisors (6211)
Question #3: You have a question in one of the exam simulations about proxy marriages. Are these recognized?
Answer: Yes. This is covered by CIC’s processing manual OP2:
At a proxy marriage one of the participants is not present and has named a proxy to represent him or her. If the law of the country in which the marriage ceremony was performed permits proxy marriages, they are legal marriages for immigration purposes, provided they are legal under Canadian federal
law. See definition of “marriage” above and also Section 5.27 above.”
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.
From the whole team here at http://www.fullskillsexamprep.com, thank you for letting us helkp you pass your ICCRC Full Skills Exam!
We look forward to welcoming you as colleagues in the ICCRC!
Another happy customer! Be sure to pass your ICCRC Full Skills Exam on the first try with http://www.fullskillsexamprep.com!
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
Be sure to order our books from http://www.fullskillsexamprep.com to make sure you are 100% prepared to pass the exam on your first try!!!
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!
We are always here to help and yes, all of our books available at http://www.fullskillsexamprep.com have been updated to include these changes!