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 »

Self employed ICCRC exam lessons

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What happens if an applicant request to be evaluated as a self-employed person under a specific occupation but the CIC officer considers that the applicant’s experience better matches the criteria for another occupation? Souri v. Canada answers this question. Read more about this case at http://canlii.ca/t/gq7. Here is our FREE LESSON on the topic: https://fullskillsexamprep.com/self-employed-iccrc-exam-lesson/

Find a job as an RCIC!

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Here is another great site to find jobs once you become an RCIC! https://www.simplyhired.ca/search?q=immigration+consultant&job=4CfkYAQUon50BNpHqHXSwRmwcUKGEfk92X4T5p6EYEYrzbZrPkOOqA

PNP of the month!

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Our PNP of the month is Saskatchewan! You might be surprised to learn that Saskatchewan has one of the most diversified Provincial Nominee Programs in Canada with 11 sub-category immigration programs that might be on your ICCRC exam! Don’t worry, our Test Day Data Book has you covered, but in the meantime, you can take… Read more »

ICCRC Exam Tip!

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ICCRC Exam Tip: Residency Requirements will likely play a role on your upcoming exam and can be complicated! Work through our free lesson to make sure you are covered for this topic:: https://fullskillsexamprep.com/residency-requirements-iccrc-exam/

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/ 

Get hired as an RCIC!

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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  

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

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The team at IDP IELTS Canada is amazing to work with! The feedback that we get from RCICs is that they really appreciate that with a huge, important organization like IDP IELTS, the RCIC can contact Mishal directly to get the support they need. Be sure to take advantage of this opportunity and email Mishal… Read more »