CAPIC’s NCIC Will Feature Government and Industry Specialists
TORONTO, Oct. 10, 2017 /CNW/ – The Canadian Association of Professional Immigration Consultants (CAPIC), will be holding its annual National Citizenship and Immigration Conference in Gatineau, Quebec, from October 11 to 13 at the Palais des congrès. One of the largest and most anticipated events of its kind, the conference boasts numerous government officials and specialists from the immigration industry and will feature critical and insightful conversations on the state of Canadian immigration today.
The NCIC also offers an excellent opportunity for Canadians to understand better the unique and invaluable role that Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultants (RCICs) play in the industry, touching on a variety of industry themes, including (but not limited to) student recruitment strategies and permits, settlement strategies, worker mobility, and border enforcement, while vastly experienced speakers provide attendees with quality, first-hand knowledge on immigration, citizenship, and refugee issues.
“This year’s conference is very special. We have managed to surpass the number of speakers we were able to attract in previous years, with an exceptional presence from significant government departments. In fact, the level and breadth of representation among the speakers has grown with each conference.” – Donald Igbokwe, president of CAPIC.
We are pleased to welcome distinguished members of the media to this event. To learn more about the NCIC, please contact Robert McClements, CAPIC Communications Coordinator, at [email protected]pic.ca or 416-483-7044 ext. 28. You may also visit the conference webpage http://ncic-cnci.ca/.
Created in December 2004, the Canadian Association of Professional Immigration Consultants (CAPIC) is the national advocacy group for Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultants (RCICs), founded on the pillars of Education, Information, Lobbying and Recognition. Its mission is to lead, connect, protect, and develop the profession, serving the best interest of its members.
SOURCE Canadian Association of Professional Immigration Consultants
For further information: visit the CAPIC web address: http://www.capic.ca/en/index.php?page=main.