PROTECTION – “ICCRC or The Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council has obligated to improving the protection of the general public as well as the customers of these immigration consultants,” cited Jason Kenney. “I am sure that, by the ICCRC’s sturdy ruling of immigration consultants, people that utilize our immigration processes will be presented the most helpful counsel, representation and guidance.” The officially published notice was also released midway through the month of March.
AMENDMENTS – The planned amendments are will be assessed by the public for a month. The present aim is that the ultimate rulings would be available in the Canada Gazette, Part II, and would come into effect. This projected regulatory amendment is the end of a method that started in June 2010 when CIC declared its target to instigate a transparent public selection course to recognize an organization that could be distinguished as the controller of immigration consultants.
CURRENT POWERS – The current powers to regulate the consultancy services rest with the CSIC or the Canadian Society of Immigration Consultants. The Standing Committee on Citizenship and Immigration in two of the past three years (2008 and 2009) reported for the authority matters and a deficiency of civic believe in the organization. Following the content of the reports and findings of the Standing Committee, Citizenship and Immigration Canada determined to initiate this public process.
SELECTION COMMITTEE – A selection committee was set-up to scrutinize each and every submission received after a public procedure asking for submissions from all those agents who wish to be the controllers of the immigration consultancy services. The agency described its decisions to Jason Kenney, Minister of Citizenship, Immigration and Multiculturalism. In accordance with these decisions, The Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council is being wished-for as the most sought after controller to oversee the services of immigration consultants.
COMPREHENSIVE STRATEGY – This procedure is a fraction of a more comprehensive strategy to strengthen their drive against all those who want to get into Canada unlawfully. The strategy incorporates the Bill C-35 as well whose objective is to get hold of all bogus consultants. On top of it, a domestic promotional movement alerting potential immigrants, the general public and overseas citizens, was launched in Feb. Plus; an international campaign to support to the cause is also launched in member countries of the Five Country Conference.