- For successful completion of the Immigration Consultant certificate program, students must obtain a grade of 70 per cent in each of the BICC required courses
- Students have three years after the completion of the Immigration Consultant certificate program to apply for membership with ICCRC
- ICCRC membership requirements are the responsibility of the student and students should monitor the ICCRC website on a regular basis
- Courses are subject to change based on based on consultation with ICCRC
- All admission documents must be provided, received and approved by a Business School student advisor prior to entering the Immigration Consultant certificate program
- A minimum final grade of 70 per cent is required in each of the six BICC required courses
- A minimum 50 per cent passing grade in WRIT 200 or ESOL 200
English Placement Test
All students entering the Immigration Consultant certificate program are required to take Humber's English Placement Test prior to registration of courses. The English Placement Test will determine if applicants will be placed into an ESL or regular stream of English and students not achieving a minimum standard of English must first upgrade their communication skills through various college-level courses before being permitted to take courses in the program.
Arranging Your Placement Test
The Business School needs to know that you have written your English Placement Test for verification that you have completed your application into the Immigration Consultant program. Please advise us via email of the date in which you intend to write or have already written the EPT. In the email please include your name and student number and we will follow up on your test score and verify that your application has been completed.
Our email address is: firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information on the English Placement Test, including walk-in dates, reserved or online testing, please visit the following website: http://www.humber.ca/liberalarts/english-placement-test
Note: Liberal Arts has set up an English Placement Test for Immigration Consultants only on November 28, 2015 that is not advertised on the website. You may visit the test centre (2nd Floor LRC) on that date to write the test if that date is most convenient for you.
ICCRC Mandatory Requirements
- Be at least 18 years of age
- Be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or a Registered (Status) Indian within the meaning of the Indian Act (Canada)
- Have graduated from an accredited immigration practitioner's program (e.g., Humber's Immigration Consultant Certificate)
- Have achieved at least the minimum required score on an ICCRC approved English or French Language proficiency test
- Have provided satisfactory police certificates from every country in which you have lived for six months or longer since age 18
- Sign the Statutory Declaration - Background and Good Conduct attesting to good character and good conduct
- Not presently be an undischarged bankrupt or involved in a current creditor proposal arrangement
ICCRC Registration Process
- Register online at secure.iccrc-crcic.ca/admissionexam/en
- Submit documents by required deadline
- FSE Terms and Conditions
- Statutory Declaration - Places of Residence
- Statutory Declaration - Background and Good Conduct
- Certified copy of valid government-issued photo identification (have two copies certified, one to send to ICCRC with your application, the other copy will be handed in to the invigilator during the licensing exam)
- Official academic transcript (must be sealed and sent directly from the college - DO NOT OPEN)
- Original language ability test score results
- Original police certificates
- Upon receiving an approval email from ICCRC, confirm exam centre location
- Pay exam fee online
- Download the FSE Study Guide and sample questions
* For a copy of the detailed registration guide for ICCRC licensing, please click here
ICCRC Introduces Consumer Awareness Video
This consumer awareness video provides information on who can represent immigrants and visitors seeking entry to Canada.
The Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council (ICCRC) is the national regulatory authority designated by the Government of Canada to safeguard consumers who seek Canadian immigration advice and representation from immigration consultants. Federal law requires that immigration consultants in Canada or abroad, who provide Canadian immigration services for a fee, must be registered with ICCRC and accredited as Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultants (RCICs).
A self-governing regulatory body, ICCRC manages the profession’s entry-to-practice standards, professional requirements and a rigorous complaints and discipline process.
To view the Mandarin video, click here.
To view the Punjabi video, click here.
This video is also available in English and French.
We encourage all RCICs to share these videos through social media and by embedding them on your immigration consulting practice websites. Contact email@example.com if you require any assistance.