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Discounted education programs, the IMMeForum, IMMeCentre, a Goodlife discount, Lexbase, a Courier Services discount, Career Establishment Services, and reduced seminar prices are just some of the many ways we reward our members.

For a detailed list, please visit Membership Fees and Benefits.

Visit www.capicconnect.com, create a User Account, and complete the membership application by following the instructions on your dashboard.

Required documents:

1. Proof of your Authorized Representative status – please send a copy of one of the following documents:

  • Your ICCRC ID card, or
  • Your ICCRC membership certificate, or
  • An email/letter from the ICCRC that confirms your member status (please ensure you forward the complete header of the email if you are planning to forward the email message)

2. A copy of an official photo ID document:

  • Your Canadian PR card
  • The personal data page in your Canadian Passport

3. A completed copy of the Declaration of Good Character

There are three different ways to qualify:

A. You are a Regulated International Student Immigration Advisor (RISIA) registered with the Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council (ICCRC)

Required documents:

1.Proof of your RISIA status – please send a copy of one of the following documents:

  • Your ICCRC ID card, or
  • Your ICCRC membership certificate, or
  • An email/letter from the ICCRC that confirms your RISIA status (please ensure you forward the complete header of the email if you’re planning to forward the email message)

2. A copy of an official photo ID document:

  • Your Canadian PR card
  • The personal data page in your Canadian Passport

3. A completed copy of the Declaration of Good Character

B. You are a Registered Member of a Canadian Law Society

Required Documents:

  • 1. Proof of your Law Society Membership
  • 2. A copy of an official photo ID document:
  • 3. Your Canadian PR card
  • 4. The personal data page in your Canadian Passport
  • 5. A completed copy of the Declaration of Good Character

C. You work as an associate of an RCIC or Registered Member of a Canadian Law Society

Required Documents:

  • 1. A scanned copy of your Canadian PR card or Canadian passport information page.
  • 2. A completed copy of the Declaration Form for Associate Membership attached (to be completed by you and the RCIC or lawyer you are working under)
  • 3. A completed copy of the Declaration of Good Character
  • 4. An original or true certified copy of a valid Canadian police clearance certificate to be sent out to the address below:

Shumu Haque
Membership Coordinator, CAPIC
245 Fairview Mall Drive, Suite 407
Toronto, ON M2J 4T1

If you are enrolled in one of the educational programs approved by an Authorized Regulator, or if you recently graduated from one such program but don’t have the authorization to practise in the field yet, you may apply.

Required Documents:

  • 1. A scanned copy of your Canadian PR card or Canadian passport information page.
  • 2. Proof of Enrollment to the Immigration Practitioners Program or, if you graduated within the past 12 months, your graduation certificate or transcript. Note that an enrollment contract from the school is only acceptable if accompanied by a tuition fee receipt.
  • 3. A completed copy of the Declaration of Good Character
  • 4. An original or true certified copy of a valid Canadian police clearance certificate to be sent out to the address below:

Shumu Haque
Membership Coordinator, CAPIC
245 Fairview Mall Drive, Suite 407
Toronto, ON M2J 4T1

Once you have submitted the membership application, paid the membership fee, and submitted all the required documents, the application will take around seven to ten business days to process. This number may vary depending on the total number of membership applications that CAPIC receives at a given time.

CAPIC has the explicit authorization from the ICCRC Registrar to reproduce an ICCRC Certificate or ID card to confirm ICCRC membership when a person is applying for and/or renewing their CAPIC membership.

To view the Certification Reproduction Exemption Letter from the ICCRC Registrar, click here.