Humber's Immigration Consultant certificate is an accredited program governed by the Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council (ICCRC), an independent, self-regulating body for immigration consultants in Canada. Anyone wishing to legally act as an immigration consultant must become a licensed member of ICCRC. The program concentrates on areas of ethics, immigration, refugee law and procedures required for licensing with ICCRC.
Students are responsible for meeting all ICCRC requirements.
For more information, visit ICCRC's website at iccrc-crcic.ca.
PLEASE NOTE THAT OUR ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS HAVE CHANGED FOR JANUARY 2018.
To qualify for the Immigration Consultant certificate program, students must meet one of the three following criteria:
1. A Canadian public two or three-year college diploma or university degree
2. International diploma or degree that is equivalent to a Canadian college diploma or university degree
3. Private Career College - Paralegal Diploma Only
*exception - The language requirement will be waived only for students who have fully completed their four-year Ontario High-school Diploma in Canada (must provide transcripts).
Students must send all required documents to the business school via email@example.com. Alternatively, you can drop all required documents off to the business school in person. We will not process your admission documents unless all required documents have been provided. You will not be able to register into courses until you have been approved into the program by one of our student advisors in the Business School.
This is a part-time program and you will need to register directly through Humber College (this program is not found on OCAS).
Students who have graduated with a minimum 70% average in BICC 150 Legal Research and BICC 151 Business Planning from a 2-Year Full-Time Paralegal Program approved by the LSUC may apply for a Prior Learning Assessment and Recognition (PLAR) towards credits for two of the Immigration Consultant Certificate courses. The PLAR process for these two courses includes a challenge evaluation in the form of assignments to bridge the gap between paralegal and Immigration courses that are taught from a strictly Immigration perspective.
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|BICC 109: Accounting for Immigration Consultants|
|BICC 110: Professional Conduct: Authorized Practice and Ethics|
|BICC 111: Immigration and Refugee Law 1|
|BICC 112: Effective Business Writing|
|BICC 150: Legal Research for Immigration Consultants|
|BICC 151: Business Planning and Management for Immigration Consultants|
|BICC 152: Immigration and Refugee Law 2|
|BICC 202: Immigration Law: Economic Classes|
|BICC 203: Immigration and Refugee Board|
|BICC 204: Citizenship Law, Procedure and Practice|