at 10255 Yonge Street, Unit 207, Richmond Hill, L4C3B2 Canada

Iranian Canadian Association of Immigration Consultants(ICAIC)

10255 Yonge Street, Unit 207
Richmond Hill , ON L4C3B2
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ICAIC is a non-profit organization, which means that all revenues generated and any accretions thereof are spent directly towards the achievement of the association’s objectives and for the benefit of all association members, as well as the Iranian Community. We encourage all Iranian-Canadian Immigration Consultants and Lawyers to join us in order to use our collective strengths for everyone’s benefit.

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اخیرا سفارت کانادا در آنکارا ( ترکیه) اعلام کرده است که ظرف ۱۲ روز به پروندهای ویزای توریستی ایرانیها رسیدگی خواهد کرد

Published on 2013-01-24 16:33:21 GMT

New Asylum System which promise faster and fairer review of claim come into force Dec 15, 2012. Under the new system, asylum claimants will receive a hearing within 60 days after their claim is referred to the IRB. In contrast, claimants currently wait, on average, close to 600 days to receive a hearing. For the first time in Canadian history, most applicants will have access to a newly-created Refugee Appeal Division (RAD). Failed asylum claimants from countries that have a history of producing genuine refugees will have the benefit of this full fact-based appeal. The new RAD will have the authority to reverse a negative decision by the IRB, if the evidence compels it. For claimants from countries that do not normally produce refugees, their claims will be expedited, but they will still receive the same individualized hearing that all asylum claimants currently receive the new measures allow the government to identify designated countries of origin (DCOs). Asylum claims from these presumptively “safe” countries, which respect human rights and offer state protection, will be processed on an accelerated basis. This means that, for DCO claimants, hearings will be held within 30 or 45 days, depending on whether the asylum claim was made at an inland CIC office or at a port of entry. “Last year alone, nearly a quarter of all asylum claims in Canada were made by people from democratic European Union nations – that’s more claims than Canada received from Africa or Asia,” said Minister Kenney. “We’re spending far too much time and taxpayers’ money on bogus claims, and on generous tax-funded health and social benefits for claimants from liberal democracies.” Under the new system, failed asylum claimants will be removed from Canada within a year of their final IRB decision, compared to the current situation in which it generally takes 4.5 years to exhaust all recourses and remove a failed asylum claimant. Faster removal of failed claimants will help discourage individuals from using the asylum system to try to jump the immigration queue to enter Canada.

Published on 2012-12-01 21:28:50 GMT

NEW SEMINAR for ICCRC members - "QUEBEC SKILLED WORKER & BUSINESS CLASS" Feb 26, 2015 Presented by ICAIC to book your space, call(905)597-1740 or emial: info@icaic.ca Keynote Speakers: § Mr. Louis Bolduc § Ms. Maëlle Ferron Date: February 26, 2015 Time: 18:00 – 20:00 Location: Parya Trillium, 344 John Street, Thornhill, Ontario, L3T 5W5 COST:Members:$0.00 Non-members:$40.00 **membership fees can be paid by cheque or cash at the location. Please note that entire session will be recorded and emailed to all members. There is no charge for members for attending ICAIC monthly meetings and CPD sessions but RSVP REQUIRED

Published on 2015-02-23 17:06:17 GMT

First round of Express Entry candidates invited to fill labour market needs and contribute to Canada’s economic growth February 2, 2015 — Ottawa — Canada’s Citizenship and Immigration Minister Chris Alexander today announced that the first round of top-ranked candidates from Canada’s Express Entry system is already helping to fill demonstrated and verifiable gaps in Canada’s labour market. On Saturday, January 31st, 779 skilled workers, including professionals in natural and applied sciences, and industrial, electrical and construction trades, were invited to apply for permanent residency in Canada. Each of these candidates declared that they already have a valid job offer or provincial nomination. Under Express Entry, skilled workers who want to apply to Canada’s key economic immigration programs are able to create an online profile and express their interest in coming to Canada permanently. Candidates who are accepted into the pool are ranked according to various factors, including language proficiency, education and work experience. Each is a leading indicator of one’s likelihood of integrating fully and quickly into Canadian society and making an optimal contribution to the economy. Source: http://news.gc.ca/web/article-en.do?nid=927709&tp=1

Published on 2015-02-23 16:41:48 GMT

New Federal Skilled Trades Stream to Begin Accepting Applications on January 2, 2013 Mississauga, December 10, 2012 — To address Canada’s growing demand for skilled tradespersons, a new Federal Skilled Trades Program is being launched on January 2, 2013, Citizenship, Immigration and Multiculturalism Minister Jason Kenney announced today. “The new Skilled Trades Stream will help address serious labour shortages in some regions of the country, and support economic growth,” Minister Kenney said. “For too long, Canada’s immigration system has not been open to these in-demand skilled workers. These changes are long overdue and will help us move to a fast and flexible immigration system that works for Canada’s economy.” The program criteria are built around four requirements that ensure applicants will have the right skills and experience needed to succeed here in Canada. In order to qualify, applicants will need to: 1. have an offer of employment in Canada or a certificate of qualification from a province or territory to ensure that applicants are “job ready” upon arrival; 2. meet a basic language requirement; 3. have a minimum of two years of work experience as a skilled tradesperson, to ensure that the applicant has recent and relevant practice as a qualified journeyman; and 4. have the skills and experience that match those set out in the National Occupational Classification (NOC B) system, showing that they have performed the essential duties of the occupation. In order to manage intake, avoid backlogs and ensure fast processing times, Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) will accept up to a maximum of 3,000 applications in the first year of the Federal Skilled Trades Program. Minister Kenney was joined at today’s announcement by Michael Atkinson, President of the Canadian Construction Association. “The introduction of a dedicated and streamlined program for skilled trades addresses many of the shortcomings from the current Federal Skilled Worker Program,” said Michael Atkinson. “The new program ensures greater consideration is given to the needs of industry when processing eligible immigration applications.” www.cic.gc.ca