Becoming an RCIC

ICCRC’s current federal mandate stems from the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act (IRPA) and the Citizenship Act which require anyone providing Canadian immigration or citizenship advice or representation for a fee or other consideration to be a member in good standing of ICCRC, a Canadian law society or the Chambre des notaires du Québec. 

The Council has embarked on several substantive changes to the registration application policies and systems.
Before completing the RCIC EPE Registration Application online, please note the following:
1.        You will only have an E number if you have previously written the EPE.
2.        Transcripts are not required for those who completed their program in 2019 onward. If you completed your program in 2018 or before, please include your transcript or confirm that ICCRC has it on file.
3.        Language test documents are not required for submission as ICCRC can verify individual results online; simply complete the location, date, and score as per the online application.
To apply to sit the RCIC Entry-to-Practice exam, please click on the following link: