Are you considering a career in the immigration industry? There's never been a better time to get started than right now.
According to federal government data, Canada plans to welcome more than 460,000 immigrants annually for the next couple years. That will continue to generate strong demand for professionals who help with visa applications and the often complex process of settling in Canada.
You may be familiar with jobs like immigration lawyer and immigration consultant. People in those roles focus on providing advice and developing customized strategies for clients seeking to immigrate.
But what does an immigration case manager do? How do they fit into the immigration process? And what does it take to thrive in this role?