Queen’s University has introduced a Graduate Diploma in Immigration and Citizenship Law. According to a release from Queen’s, graduates will be qualified to write the Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant Entry-to-Practice Exam. Queen’s adds that it anticipates an intake of 500 students per year, and that the 66-week program will cover topics such as foundations of immigration law, ethics, professional responsibility, and best practices for running an immigration/citizenship consulting business. “We’re making a major contribution to the quality of services and representation in this area,” said Academic Director Sharry Aiken. “The federal government has expressed concerns about the quality of current services, which our program directly addresses.”

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