Migrant students contribute to New Brunswick

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‘Recent immigrants and non-permanent residents in the eastern Canadian providence of New Brunswick added around C$168m to the region’s budget, according to a study commissioned by the New Brunswick Multicultural Council.’ Migrant students contribute to New Brunswick

If you are looking to get hired as an RCIC, here is a great starting point.

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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 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

**Breaking news** Budget bill establishes new body to regulate immigration consultants

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**Breaking news** Budget bill establishes new body to regulate immigration consultants Don’t Panic: ‘The bill also proposes transitional provisions allowing the current regulator to continue as the college under the new rules.’ ‘Tucked into the Liberal government’s 367-page budget implementation bill are provisions to create a new oversight body for licensing immigration and citizenship consultants… Read more »

Agents and RCICs

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Another reminder that you, the RCIC, are responsible for the actions of your agents. ‘Jia was not licensed to do immigration work, but had been hired to recruit clients for Wang. Jia is not a member of the ICCRC, but was registered as an agent of Wang’s. Agents are not allowed to provide any advice… Read more »