Part-Time: July 11, 2023 – August 15, 2023
Schedule: Webinars will be held Tuesdays from 4:00 to 7:00 pm PST
This course has been approved for 16 CPD Points by the College of Immigration and Citizenship Consultants
This course will explore the fundamental processes of Canadian Citizenship. Students will become familiar with the different ways someone can become a Canadian citizen as well as the necessary steps and documentation for application. This course will look at the rights and legislation surrounding Canadian citizenship and how citizenship is granted. Other topics covered in this course will be the citizenship test and oath, resumption of citizenship, renouncing, revoking and time deadlines and grounds for citizenship appeals.
To further develop your skillset, we recommend you visit our Immigration Practitioner Centre.
Upon successful completion of this course students will be able to:
Although there are no formal admission requirements for this course, due to the advanced nature of the material covered, it is presumed that attendees have a basic knowledge of Canadian Immigration Law in general and this topic in particular.
Upon completion of the course requirements, a Certificate of Completion will be issued.
Subject to change without notice
Alexandra has been a lawyer since 2019. Before attending law school, Alexandra worked at the Operations Support Centre and the Case Management Branch at the Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship (IRCC) national headquarters in Ottawa, Ontario. Alexandra currently works as an Associate at Mamann Sandaluk & Kingwell LLP, where her practice focuses primarily on corporate immigration matters. Alexandra’s practice, commitment to her clients, and role as an educator are inspired by her years of working at the IRCC and her own family’s experience of coming to Canada as immigrants and refugees.
Hjalmar (LLB, MBA, RCIC) received his Bachelor of Laws Degree from the University of Los Andes in South America and later completed his Master of Business Administration in Global Management from the University of Phoenix. He received his Professional Specialization in Public Sector Management from the University of Victoria. He is also a graduate of the Ashton College Immigration Consultant Diploma program.
Fred Li is a Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant (RCIC) and Managing Director & Partner at an immigration practice firm in Richmond, BC. In addition to his experience as an RCIC, he has over ten years of experience working as a Paralegal for various leading Canadian National law firms. The areas of law he worked in were civil litigation, labour & employment, human rights, family, criminal, corporate, contract, insolvency and alternative dispute resolution.
After obtaining his Paralegal Diploma from Capilano University and many years of working in different areas of law, Fred decided that Immigration Law was his true passion. He obtained his Certificate from the UBC Immigration Practitioner Program in 2011 and has been a practicing member of the Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council (ICCRC).
Live Online Students
Ashton College uses web conferencing tools for conducting online classes and online learning management systems for managing resources, assignments, and grades. These tools help instructors and students connect live online as well as asynchronously. The basic requirements for online learning include a computer, webcam, speakers, and a microphone or a headset and headphones, along with a reliable internet connection. Though online learning can be pursued using smartphones and tablets, the use of laptops or desktop computers is encouraged for an enhanced learning experience.
This course does not require approval by the Private Training Institutions Branch of the Ministry of Advanced Education, Skills & Training. As such, it was not reviewed.