A Vibrant Community of Your Peers

Hosting a vibrant professional community of over 1500 of your peers, CAPIC's IMMeForum offers unparalleled access to a wealth of relevant industry information in a single click. It includes:

  • “CAPIC News Break” brings you daily immigration news.
  • “Solutions” allows for regular input from peers and industry experts.
  • “Be the First to Know” with IRCC updates delivered right to your mobile device and desktop.
  • An expert panel for more complicated cases.

In addition, we're pleased to announce that we'll be introducing two new services to the IMMeForum: a “Seasoned Members” area to mentor new RCICs and an outstanding francophone forum with specialized services for the French community.

Ask an Immigration Expert

Kim Ly, RCIC, answers questions about LMIA advertising and process. These original questions were posted on CAPIC’s IMMeForum, where CAPIC members pose questions   on a variety of immigration issues. “Solutions” is a support forum for RCICs where they can seek information or knowledge about immigration issues they may not be sure about. Members are reminded as always to do their own research and due diligence as opinions rendered do not constitute legal advice. 

We are delighted to take “Solutions” one step further and bring “Ask an Immigration Expert” – a semi-regular column of in-depth answers and video podcasts in which RCICs will answer questions in a more comprehensive format than the forum allows. We hope you enjoy our first edition of “Ask an Immigration Expert.”

Below are some of the questions we received:

  • I have a high wage LMIA in process in the GTA, Canada. It has been posted for more than 30 days on,, and Job bank. There were all free ads. Do the ads need to be paid for?
  • What are the advertising requirements for LMIAs?
  • What is the difference between high wage and low wage and the difference in advertising?
  • What does “median wage” mean and how is it involved in the LMIA advertising process?
  • What are the “must-haves” in an LMIA advertisement? Is the LMIA an employer- or employee-driven process?

Kim’s questions have been posed by RCIC Monica O’Brien, CAPIC’s Education Manager, who herself has more than 20 years of immigration consulting experience. 

You’ll see a variety of hosts in the coming months! We hope you enjoy this session!

Read the full interview

The IMMeForum 2.0 is now available through the new CAPIC Connect system. 

How to Access IMMeForum 2.0

Through web interface:

  1. Log in to your CAPIC Connect Dashboard and select “IMMeForum 2.0”.
  2. You can sort the messages “By Category,” “By Topic,” and “By Chronological Order” at the top.
  3. You can tag messages by opening the message and clicking “Tag It.” You can aslo create a tag name and select an associated colour. Once a tag has been set up, click “Save Tag.”
  4. Once you have tagged a message, you can click on “Back” or use the message sorting buttons at the top to return to the main page.
  5. To search for a tagged message, click on “Search” to enter the tag name or select the tag colour, then click “Search.”
  6. You can also use the search option to perform a keyword search. Use the “From Date” and “To Date” options to narrow down the search results.
  7. To post a new message, click on “Post New Message.” You are required to select the category of your message on the download list and specify the subject of your message. An attachment can be added via the “Browse” button. Acceptable document types are Microsoft Office documents, PDF files, and JPEG images. Please ensure your file is safe from virus/spam ware.
  8. To access the main CAPIC Connect menu, click on the menu button at the top, next to “CAPIC IMS.”

Through email:

  1. Enter the topic as the subject line of the email.
  2. Enter the message as the content of the email.
  3. Send the email to
  4. You can reply to IMMeForum messages by replying to the email message you received from
  5. It is recommended that you set up your email account to redirect all emails from to a separate mail folder or tag.

To change your email settings:

  1. Click “Settings” and enter your new email address.
  2. You can choose what type of email notification you receive under “Send me an email for.” Select “None” if you do not wish to receive emails from the IMMeForum.

New Features:

  1. Sort messages by category, topic, and chronological order.
  2. Tag and colour-code messages of interest.
  3. Choose whether to receive all IMMeForum emails, only tagged posts, only posts to which you replied, or no emails at all.

Important note:

As of Saturday, September 1, at 12:00 AM EDT, the email address will no longer be in service. Please send your emails to the following address instead:

All messages posted before the transition can be found under the Category “IMMeForum Archive (Pre-September 2018).”