Here are the 2016 dates for your upcoming ICCRC exam! 

  • Sunday, 7 February 2016

  • Sunday, 8 May 2016

  • Sunday, 7 August 2016

  • Sunday, 6 November 2016

Kindly note that both Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultants (RCICs) and Regulated International Student Immigration Advisors (RISIAs) will write the exam on the same day.


Here are the instructions on exactly what is required of you to make your goal a reality.



Time before exam


Step 1

1-2 years

Take an Accredited Immigration Practitioner Program. We have reviewed and endorse the programs at AoL Toronto, AoL MississaugaHumber and UBC.

Step 2


Set your homepage to this and follow us on Facebook.

Step 3

6 months 

Order Police Certificates for all countries you have lived in for 6+ months since you were 18 years old.

Step 4

5 months 

Take your language exam with IDP IELTS.

Step 5

3 months 

Pass your Immigration Practitioner Program.

Step 6

3 months 

Complete your ICCRC Full Skills Exam Registration and submit all documents.

Step 7

3 months 

Order our ICCRC Full Skills Exam Prep Books to start testing your knowledge.

 Step 8 

3 months 

Reserve your place for our Exam Prep Seminar where 97% of our clients go on to pass the ICCRC Full Skills Exam.

Step 9

1-2 months

Take the Seminar either online, in Montreal or in Toronto.

  Step 10

1-2 months 

Implement the individual study plan we formulate for you after the seminar.


By following each of the ten steps, you will be 100% prepared to pass the exam.


After you pass…

1) Celebrate!

2) Register with the ICCRC!

3) Get in touch with Sante Tesolin from Scotiabank to organize your RCIC bank account and to see what services they can offer to you and your clients.

4) Contact CJ Tremblay from IDP IELTS to enquire about the multitude of free support for RCICs that IDP IELTS offers. 416-414-5884 or

5) You will need to complete 16 CPD hours as per your ICCRC requirements, so be sure to visit

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