ICCRC-CRCIC Affiliation

Applicants for Canadian immigration or Canadian citizenship are not required to pay a consultant or representative to assist them in their application, and applicants who have representatives or consultants do not receive preferential treatment. The Canadian federal government department of Citizenship and Immigration provides immigration and citizenship information online as well as detailed application kits, and tries to keep the process as simple as possible.

However, many applicants for Canadian immigration and citizenship find the application process complicated and difficult, and prefer to use a representative to assist them with their applications.

As per Citizenship and Immigration Canada only some people can charge a fee or receive any other type of payment to represent or advise you on a Canadian immigration proceeding or application. These are:

• lawyers and paralegals who are members in good standing of a Canadian provincial or territorial law society,
• notaries who are members in good standing of the Chambre des notaires du Québec and
• immigration consultants who are members in good standing of the Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council.

These people are called “authorized” representatives.

CIC will not deal with representatives who charge for their services and are not members of one of the above groups.

Our immigration consultant, Wasim Raja is a Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultants (RCIC) and a member in good standing of the Immigration Consultants of Canada regulatory Council(ICCRC) (Membership ID # R417575), which is a statutory self-regulatory organization of Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultants. He is the founding member and CEO of VisaOne Canada Inc.

Mr. Raja has particular expertise in all areas related to Canadian immigration and provides expert advice and representation to foreign nationals who are eager to obtain a Canada visa whether on permanent or temporary basis including Skilled Worker, Business Immigration, Arranged Employment, Work Visa with Labour Market Opinion, Work Permits under NAFTA and GATTS, Provincial Nominee Program (PNP), Family Class sponsorship, Study Permits for international students, Live-in-Caregivers and Temporary Resident visas just to mention few.

ICCRC is the national regulatory authority designated by the government of Canada to safeguard consumers who seek and retain the services of consultants who provide immigration services to Canada. Federal law requires that immigration consultants, in Canada or abroad, who provide Canadian immigration services for a fee, must be registered with the ICCRC and accredited as a Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant (RCIC).

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