CPD Workshop: The new Professional Code of Conduct for CICC
The Canadian Association of Professional Immigration Consultants (CAPIC) will be hosting a special workshop about the new Professional Code of Conduct for CICC. In the workshop, CAPIC will analyze the new code and compare it to the previous one. They will also highlight areas that are causing confusion and answer the several questions that it generates:
- How will the new CICC Code of Professional Conduct impact your practice?
- How is the new Code different from the old one?
- What are the key terms and clauses?
In order to do this, CAPIC will have the presence of magnificent professionals such as:
- Michael Huynh, Director of Professional Conduct from CICC. He will provide insight and commentary.
- Lawyer Natalie Cammarasana from Blake Cassels. She was involved in CAPIC’s original review of the Code.
- And, our CEO and RCIC, Al Parsai, who will share, together with Tim Morson, how the new code may impact you.
About the Workshop
- Date: Friday, August 12th.
- Time: From 1:00 to 5:00 pm ET.
- Venue: Gibson Ballroom – Hotel Novotel Toronto North York – 3 Park Home Avenue
- Register – [email protected]
About Al Parsai
Al Parsai is the CEO of Parsai Immigration Services. He started his journey as a Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant (RCIC) eleven years ago. During that time he has run a successful business where he has helped thousands of people meet their immigration goals in Canada.
Because Al and his team have worked with all kinds of applications for eleven years, they have developed an institutionalized awareness of what needs to be done to get applications approved. In addition, they have worked with multiple visa offices and ports of entry.
Also, Al has extensive experience as an author and has delivered speeches in Canada, Iran, the UAE and the UK. He has been interviewed on Canadian Lawyer, the National Post, Journal Hafteh, and other news media.
Al holds a Master of Laws (LL.M) degree from York University and a MA in Counselling Psychology from Yorkville University. He also teaches immigration in several prestigious institutions, such as:
A central theme of Al’s teaching is to integrate broad approaches to immigration law with more specific, evidence-based strategies that help address different programs available for immigration applicants.
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