Like the idea of helping newcomers settle in Canada? Don’t want to spend years earning a university degree? Then you may want to become an immigration case manager.
Immigration case managers handle the administrative tasks that go along with securing visas, study permits, and other important documents.
They provide invaluable assistance that helps immigration consultants and lawyers manage their caseload and keeps clients’ applications moving forward.
Here’s the best part: The training is relatively short, and no licensing is required. You can be fully job-ready in only 9 months.
So what do you need to do to become an immigration case manager?
Here are 5 steps that can help position you for success.