Your ICCRC Exam and R117(1)(h)

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In this decision, the fact that a person cannot sponsor someone under R117(1)(h) when they have a family member who could otherwise be sponsored is made clear, regardless of whether or not those people are admissible. https://decisions.fct-cf.gc.ca/fc-cf/decisions/en/item/142659/index.do Here is our FREE LESSON on how this topic can play a role in your upcoming ICCRC Full Skills… Read more »

Express Entry-related PNP court case

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Kaur vs. Canada emphasizes that in order to qualify for an Express Entry-related PNP, a person must meet the minimum requirements of either the FST, CEC or FSW, in addition to meeting the specific PNP requirements. https://goo.gl/DcUVKX

We have some great 16-hour bundles available!

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We have some great 16-hour bundles available! Bundle #1 is here: https://bit.ly/2yrE2y5 –  These videos are expired for ICCRC CPD purposes but still a great learning tool Bundle #2 is here: https://bit.ly/2yrE2y5 – These videos expire for ICCRC CPD purposes on October 21, 26 and 27 Bundle #3 is here: https://bit.ly/2PdvvIF – These videos are from the past weekend… Read more »

PGP PR sponsorship

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Taking care of parents is always important. When people hire RCICs to help their parents or grandparents immigrate, they are making sure that the application is handled by professionals who will be able to make sure that it is the strongest application possible. From the South China Morning Post: ‘Sponsored parents and grandparents wait an… Read more »

ICCRC links to prepare for your ICCRC Full Skills Exam

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In order to be successful on your ICCRC Full Skills Exam, it is essential to have a detailed understanding of everything related to the ICCRC. To make your studies a little easier, we’ve compiled all of the important ICCRC manuals below. Remember that the ICCRC Code of Professional Ethics is absolutely essential to have a… Read more »

A decision on orphans (and how it relates to your ICCRC exam)

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  Here is a decision that shows that if a person was raised alone by a mother who passed away, never knew who her father was, was never in contact with him and his name does not exist in any legal documents, such as a birth certificate, the person can be sponsored as an orphan,… Read more »

5-year sponsorship bar

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Buchgeher v. Nova Scotia (Immigration): This is a great case to read in order to learn the fine details of the 5-year sponsorship bar.   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/ 

2 small typos in the Test Day Data Booklet

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Our apologies – there were a couple of small typos that got by us on the latest edition of the Test Day Data Booklet, though none of the simulation questions were affected by this change   Typo on page 40 of the Test Day Data Booklet On page 40 of the Test Day Data Booklet,… Read more »