What does CICR mean?
Because there are hundreds of immigration programs in Canada and the process can be difficult and confusing, you may not even know where to start. Our specialists are professionally qualified, accredited, and knowledgeable about Canadian immigration policies. They will tailor your immigration strategy to increase your chances of obtaining the best option for your needs.
So let’s understand this in a little more detail, starting below.
What is CIRC in Canadian immigration?
Some people may need help applying for a Canada visa. A Canadian Regulated Immigration Consultant (CRIC) makes this process much easier for these people. A CRIC is a qualified person who has been registered and licensed to provide legal advice, assist clients with the visa application process and file the visa application on their behalf.
As they are qualified professionals with years of expertise, you may wish to consider seeking the assistance of a CRIC if you are not confident enough to complete the task on your own, which is to be expected.
Why should you use a CRIC?
Although Canada treats people who apply independently and those who get help equally, you should still work with a CRIC because even a minor error in your application could cost you a lot of time and money, which you do not want. CRICs scrutinise your profile and use their experience to point out any mistakes that could lead to a visa refusal.
With a CRIC, the in-depth study to choose the best immigration programme for you can be reduced.
Is my immigration consultant approved?
You should check that a CRIC is licensed before registering with them, as Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) does not accept applications from agents or agencies that are not licensed. Unlicensed agents cannot provide you with legal advice or represent you before IRCC.
You can check the online register on the College of Immigration and Citizenship Consultants’ official website to ensure that your agent is registered and licensed. The agent must be in good standing at the time of the search, and you should only contact consultants whose status and identity are active.
What happens if my Canadian immigration consultant is not an authorized agent?
If you submit your application through an unlicensed agent, it will not be processed and IRCC will inform you in writing that your consultant is not licensed. Let’s assume that you think IRCC is wrong and that your consultant is licensed. You should resubmit your application as soon as possible, together with certified documents proving your consultant’s authorisation or licence.
However, if your consultant is not licensed, you will have to reapply through a new agency or on your own. Check whether your consultant is licensed using the methods described above on this page, and proceed accordingly.
How do I find the best immigration consultant for Canada PR?
To begin with, you can search the internet. You can also contact friends or family members who have already gone through the same process as the consultant they have chosen. Whichever method you use to select your consultant, make sure they are qualified for the job and have a valid licence. In addition, you can select a CRIC from the online list of CRICs on the CICC register. It also displays the languages they can speak. As each person has a different spending plan, you should consider their costs when choosing your consultant. With the help of proper research, choose the best possible CICC within your budget.
Once selected, obtain a written agreement with the CRIC and start the application process.
What services can a Canadian immigration consultant provide?
A CRIC will explain the entire process in detail from the outset and will accompany you every step of the way so that you can decide what to do next. From a selection of over 80 programs, he or she chooses the right immigration stream or program for you based on your profile, which is a great relief to the applicant. By applying on your behalf, they act as your representative to the IRCC.
If there is a problem, they contact the relevant authorities on your behalf and do everything possible to solve it. They correct any mistakes you may have made and make sure your application is the best it can be.
Why choose PAIC?
Mr Paul Abraham, our RCIC, has faced the same problems as you in this particular case. He is therefore the ideal person to accompany you throughout the procedure. In addition, PAIC staff will take care of your immigration process from start to finish. For more information, please visit our PAIC website.
Honesty, business ethics and best practice characterise Paul’s attitude to all our clients. Therefore, our services are also governed by the ethical standards and best practices of the regulatory body. PAIC gives you the best chance of success, no matter which immigration program you apply to.