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Immigration Careers: Where Do Immigration Case Managers Work?

May 6, 2021 10:15:57 AM

Are you considering a career in the immigration industry? There's never been a better time to get started.

According to federal government reports, Canada plans to welcome more than 400,000 immigrants each year between 2021 and 2023.

That's the highest annual number of newcomers the country has admitted in more than a century.

All of this growth in immigration means stronger demand for the professionals who help with visa applications and the often complex process of settling in Canada.

You may be familiar with roles like immigration lawyer and immigration consultant. But have you heard of immigration case managers?

Where are they employed? What exactly do they do? How can you become one?

In this post, we explain everything you need to know about this in-demand role.

Find out where a career as an immigration case manager can take you.

Becoming an Immigration Case Manager versus Immigration Consultant

Nov 23, 2020 12:32:42 PM

Last year, the Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council (ICCRC) announced new requirements to become a licensed Immigration Consultant.

This was once a college diploma program. But now, prospective immigration consultants have to complete a university graduate studies program. Moreover, only two universities in Canada are authorized to offer the training, one in English and another in French.

Also, big changes in admission requirements have made it much tougher to qualify for immigration consultant training and licensing. Many aspiring consultants will simply not make the cut.

This begs the question: Are there other immigration career paths and training programs you can explore? What about the role of an Immigration Case Manager?

Immigration Case Manager VS Immigration Consultant: 4 Differences

Oct 8, 2020 1:21:59 PM

Canada is experiencing an immigration boom. We are attracting hundreds of thousands of immigrants every year and expect the trend to continue well into the future.  

This boom has generated very strong demand for skilled immigration professionals. These are the experts who help applicants secure visas to study, work, and settle in Canada. 

The industry includes immigration lawyers, immigration consultants, and immigration case managers. Each has a different role to play in assisting clients, and each has different training requirements.

Are you considering a career in immigration, but don’t want to become a lawyer? Immigration Consultant or Immigration Case Manager are both excellent alternatives.  

Which path should you choose? 

Your first step is to understand the key differences between these roles. Immigration Consultants and Immigration Case Managers often work closely together—but these two jobs are totally different.

Here's everything you should know about these two immigration career paths.

New Immigration Case Manager Program: Explore the Career

Sep 23, 2020 9:51:37 AM

Instructor, Cassandra Fultz (RCIC) in her office at Doherty Fultz Immigration in Toronto, Ontario

Herzing College Toronto is very pleased to announce a brand new Immigration Case Manager program. Training takes 9 months, including a 5-week internship at a law firm or immigration consulting business.

Demand for Immigration Case Managers has been growing rapidly across Canada. We are welcoming record numbers of immigrants each year, which has increased the need for immigration lawyers, consultants, and case managers.

What part does an Immigration Case Manager play? What special skills do they have and where are they employed?

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