Want to become immigration consultant regulators? Apply now
Canada, 2nd September: Canada government is inviting applications from candidates wanting to get the jobs of immigration consultant regulators to join immediately in Canada.
This was announced by CIC (Citizenship and Immigration Canada).
Canada immigration department is in the process of identifying a governing body for regulating immigration advisers.
The CIC had invited comments from the public of Canada before 2nd July 2010. Various factors for selection criteria were developed
in accordance with the comments and recommendations given by the people of Canada.
Legislation to this effect was passed by Canada immigration department in June this year to target treacherous immigration consultants in Canada who take immigration advice fee and ask applicants to give false information about their education credentials or false stories of having been persecuted in their native home towns.
So, now, a new body regulating Canada immigration consultants is being sought to replace the present CSIC (Canadian Society of Immigration Consultants).
All candidates interested in such jobs in Canada need to show that the organization being represented by them has the capability to regulate activities related to immigration consulting and work in increasing the confidence of the public in the Canada immigration system while working wholeheartedly to preserve the integrity of Canada immigration process.
The successful candidate needs to demonstrate that he can investigate the conduct of the members and warn those who are not following the rules, stated Canada immigration minister, Jason Kenney.
Also, such candidates must have understanding regarding the vulnerability of the prospective immigrants making use of immigration consultant services. Candidates need to ensure that all immigration consultants abide by various Canada immigration laws.
Candidates for the jobs of regulation of immigration consultants in Canada will be required to provide supporting documents.
Examination of all submitted applications will be done by selection committee of officers from CIC.
The present CSIC is facing complaints ranging from laxity in regulations to very high membership fees.
The last date for making applications for such jobs in Canada is December 29, 2010.
The regulation to crackdown crooked immigration consultants forms part of the broader strategy revealed while introducing the Cracking Down on Crooked Consultants Act named Bill C-35.