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Do I have to use an immigration consultant or a lawyer?
No, you are not required to hire an immigration consultant for any immigration program to Canada.
If you choose to use an immigration consultant or a lawyer, they should be registered with the Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory
Council (ICCRC), or be a lawyer in good standing with a provincial law society.
How can I verify that I am being advised by a licensed practitioner?
The individual should be able to confirm the organization that licenses him or her to practice immigration law, and to supply the membership number associated with that license.
What are the advantages of retaining a licensed consultant?
In order to be eligible for licensing by the ICCRC, candidates are required to pass many levels of scrutiny with years of experience that they offer. They undergo an immigration-specific education program, language tests of official languages, pass background clearances establishing moral character and follow strict ethical guidelines.
An unlicensed practitioner is not subject to any requirement.
Can others advise me at any stage of the application process for a fee or other consideration?
No, it is an offence under Canada’s Immigration and Refugee Protection Act for others to charge a fee, to offer to charge a fee, or otherwise receive consideration for advising or representing you in any matter covered under this Act. Offendors may be subject to fines, imprisonment, or both.
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