AIPP and your ICCRC Exam

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Even though the Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program is new, this is a topic that can play a role in your upcoming ICCRC Full Skills Exam. Don’t worry! We have you covered! Work through our free lesson on the AIPP here: Atlantic Immigration Program ICCRC Exam Lesson

EE, FSW, NOC and the ICCRC Exam

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Although Nasr v. Canada is a decision from 2011, it still gives a great illustration of how the Federal Skilled Worker needs to have performed substantial number of main NOC duties in order for his experience to be considered relevant. https://goo.gl/y3EWGu Don’t forget to work through our 6-hour lesson on the Federal Skilled Worker Program to make sure… Read more »

Violent crime against previous spouse = can’t sponsor new spouse

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Brar v. Canada  is an example of someone who can’t sponsor his current wife because of violent crime against previous spouse.   This topic will play a large role in your upcoming ICCRC exam, so here is your free lesson from the team at Full Skills Exam Prep: https://fullskillsexamprep.com/spouses-iccrc-exam/ 

Exception to adoption and PR

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Singh v. Canada shows that when a child is formally adopted, the biological parents cannot later sponsor that child as an accompanying family member. https://decisions.fct-cf.gc.ca/fc-cf/decisions/en/item/54379/index.do?r=AAAAAQAVYWNjb21wYW55aW5nIGFkb3B0ZWQgAQ

Proving spouse relationship for people fleeing warzones

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Should an Afghan refugee who was granted PR in Canada be expected to live in the area he was fleeing from in order to prove his spousal relationship with his wife? Rahimi v. Canada explores this situation in spousal sponsorship with the answer being ‘no.’   This topic will play a large role in your upcoming ICCRC… Read more »

TCF is now accepted for Immigration!

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There was some big news released from the IRCC last week! The TCF is now used for immigration purposes. What does this mean for you as ICCRC exam-takers? It is simply another update that you need to be aware of and work with. Don’t worry! All of our FREE LESSONS and material has been updated… Read more »

ICCRC Exam 2019 Dates

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If 2019 is the year you will become an RCIC, we’re here to help you pass the ICCRC Exam! Come visit our website for FREE LESSONS, updates and materials to help you reach your goals! www.FullSkillsExamPrep.com Here are the dates of the 2019 ICCRC Exam: February 3 2019 ● May 5 2019 ● August 11… Read more »

The importance of adding the whole family at the time of immigration

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Here is a case where a father did not add daughter as member of family class, so the sponsorship was denied: Habtenkial v. Canada https://decisions.fct-cf.gc.ca/fc-cf/decisions/en/item/62096/index.do?r=AAAAAQAZcGFyZW50IGZhbWlseSBzcG9uc29yc2hpcAE  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/

The ICCRC Exam is tomorrow!

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If you are taking the ICCRC Full Skills Exam tomorrow, be sure to spend at least part of today relaxing. You’ve done the work and tomorrow is your time to shine!