ICCRC Exam Updates
Spousal sponsorships can be complex and stressful for the applicants while they wait for an answer. https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/windsor/windsor-man-says-he-and-ukrainian-wife-immigration-limbo-1.4994859
‘We felt we were reborn.’ Thousands of Eritrean refugees quietly welcomed to Canada: https://www.thestar.com/news/canada/2019/02/02/we-felt-we-were-reborn-thousands-of-eritrean-refugees-quietly-welcomed-to-canada.html
Here is a common story about someone losing their PR status because she did not meet her residency requirements: https://www.stabroeknews.com/2019/news/guyana/02/06/ex-minister-webster-loses-canadian-residency/ and here is our FREE LESSON on PR Residency Requirements as this topic may relate to your ICCRC exam: https://fullskillsexamprep.com/residency-requirements-iccrc-exam/
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Working in a new country means implementing a whole new set of work-culture rules. Here are some employee traits to avoid when working in Canada. These rules are also very important for your future customers since they will be immigrating to Canada (with your help)! Are these different than in your country? http://www.entrepreneur.com/article/234436
Most RCICs start their own company and work as sole proprietors. However, many RCICs prefer to work for a company so that they can work with a great team and to get some experience. If you are looking to get hired as an RCIC, here is a great starting point. https://www.indeed.ca/jobs?q=rcic&l=Canada
One of the best things about Canada is that it is an officially bilingual country. If you have Francophone clients, remember that there are Francophone communities all over Canada, not only in Quebec!