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Immigration Assistant


- Grade 12 or equivalentOR- Mature student status (18 years of age or older) and a passing score on the entrance examination

Benefits of this program

- Market-driven programs- Learn industry-standard skills and technologies- Career Services department provides assistance finding jobs and building resumes

Employment Opportunities

- Administrative Assistant- Legal Assistant- Legal Administrative Assistant- Legal Assistant - Immigration- Office Administrative Assistant- Immigration Case Processing Assistant

Train 100% online for an exciting career helping newcomers start their lives in Canada. The Immigration Assistant program is a flexible and convenient study option that can provide you with the practical skills and legal knowledge to excel.

In under a year of training , you’ll learn everything you need to know to provide legal administrative support within immigration law firms and immigration consulting practices. Through online coursework and virtual discussions, our industry-experienced instructors will ensure you have a solid understanding of legal office procedures, legal research, Canadian immigration law and processes, and more.


Qestions & Answers

Assisting immigration attorneys with visa and permanent residency applications and preparing applications for permanent residency and secondary benefits for foreign nationals. They process applications, prepare petition packages for review, and maintain case files.

Important skills for an Immigration Assistant include:

Immigration Laws,Detail Oriented,Customer Service,Paralegal,Case Management,MS Office,English Speaking,Collaboration,Scanning,Data Entry.

Immigration Assistants perform a variety of tasks to support individuals and organizations in navigating the immigration process. The specific responsibilities can vary depending on the employer and the nature of the immigration cases involved. Here are some common tasks performed by Immigration Assistants:

Client Consultation,Document Preparation,Application Submission,Case Tracking,Follow-Up,Research,Appointment Scheduling,Database Management,Collaboration with Legal Professionals,Client Support,Translation Services,Compliance Checks,Record Keeping,Administrative Tasks.

The minimum educational requirement for becoming an Immigration Assistant typically includes a high school diploma or its equivalent. While a high school diploma is often the baseline requirement, some employers may prefer or recommend candidates with additional education or relevant qualifications.

Career advancement opportunities for Immigration Assistants can vary based on individual capabilities, experience, and the specific employer or organization. Here are several potential career paths and advancement opportunities for those working as Immigration Assistants:

Senior Immigration Assistant,Specialization,Legal Support Roles,Government Positions,Immigration Consultant,Management Roles,Nonprofit Organizations,Education and Training,Entrepreneurship.

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