Bill C-35, rules, legislation and background

The Federal Government of Canada has made many legislations to protect international students, these bills, laws and legislation include, yet are not limited to:

Bill C-35, the Cracking Down on Crooked Consultants Act

Legislative Summary for Bill C-35 – Library of Parliament

The Royal Alberta College will have lectures on the immigration process for obtaining permanent residency or express entry. These lectures will be conducted by members of the Alberta Law Society; therefore no “immigration consultants” are needed. Upon completion of these lectures’ students will have obtained resource information and can approach the lecturers directly on their own time to receive legal advice.

Canadian lawyers do NOT need to be members of the Immigration Consultants Association of Canada or other applicable memberships, as they are held to the highest level of professional standards.

You must be aware that The staff and representatives acting on behalf of The Royal Albera College must comply with Bill C-35, whereas the following disclaimer applies:

International Student Office Disclaimer: Please note that according to Bill C-35, Immigration and Refugee Protection Act, as unauthorized individuals we cannot provide assistance regarding how to fill out immigration forms and complete your application. Therefore, we cannot sit by your side to help you through an online application, and we cannot interpret what information the forms are asking from you. We cannot, and are not authorized to give immigration advice in terms of which immigration category would be the best for you.