ICCRC becomes new regulatory body for immigration consultants
TORONTO – The Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council (ICCRC/the Council) is pleased that the Minister of Citizenship, Immigration and Multiculturalism has designated the Council as the new regulatory body for immigration consultants.
This represents a new beginning for the immigration consultant profession.
The Council will work hard to regulate the industry fairly and effectively, enhance consumer protection and uphold the integrity of the Canadian immigration system.
“This is an important day for immigration consultants across Canada,” said ICCRC President and CEO Phil Mooney. “The Council has a clear plan and is ready to regulate this industry.”
“The ICCRC has committed to accountability, transparency and good governance and has pledged to work to protect the interests of consumers,” added Minister Kenney. “Their efforts, backed by strong new legislation, will allow us to better serve people through our immigration processes and protect potential immigrants, all while improving the integrity of Canada’s immigration system.”
The Council will also engage all stakeholders involved in immigration in order to develop new and innovative ways to protect the public, including newcomers to Canada, from unauthorized providers of immigration services.
We now invite all immigration consultants to register on our website to become members of the Council.
For the latest information on the Council’s activities, please follow the updates on our website and on our Facebook page. To view the announcement on Citizenship and Immigration Canada’s website, please visit www.cic.gc.ca.