Marriage fraud and the integrity of Canada’s immigration system.

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We know that it is a mountain of hard work to become an RCIC, but always remember that as a member of the ICCRC, you are an essential part of maintaining the integrity of Canada’s immigration system. Here is an account of a marriage fraud victim who was obviously not advised by an RCIC. For… Read more »

Are you taking the February 3rd ICCRC Exam?

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Are you taking the February 3rd ICCRC Exam? There is still time to register for our seminar! https://fullskillsexamprep.com/iccrc-exam-prep-dates-and-registration/

A new year means new goals!

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If your goal is to pass the ICCRC Exam, visit our website for FREE LESSONS to take the first step! www.FullSkillsExamPrep.com

How an inadmissible family member can affect a main applicant, even through Provincial Nominee Programs.

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Gonzalo v. Canada (Citizenship and Immigration) gives a great demonstration of how an inadmissible family member can affect a main applicant, even through Provincial Nominee Programs. https://www.canlii.org/en/ca/fct/doc/2015/2015fc526/2015fc526.html?searchUrlHash=AAAAAQAmbm92YSBzY290aWEgcHJvdmluY2lhbCBub21pbmVlIHByb2dyYW0AAAAAAQ&resultIndex=37 Here is our free lesson on dependent children as it relates to your upcoming ICCRC Full Skills Exam: https://fullskillsexamprep.com/dependent-children-iccrc-exam/

Orphan standard of proof – ICCRC Exam

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Here is a great decision to give you some insight into the standard of proof required to demonstrate the relationship between an uncle and his orphaned nephews and nieces: https://decisions.fct-cf.gc.ca/fc-cf/decisions/en/item/42861/index.do?r=AAAAAQAJMTE3KDEpKGYpAQ Here is our lesson on orphaned family members as it relates to your upcoming ICCRC Full Skills Exam: https://fullskillsexamprep.com/orphans-family-iccrc-exam/