Celebrating 150 years of Canadian Immigration – NCIC 2017

NCIC 2017

NCIC 2017 was the hit event of the year! Informative and entertaining – the best place to make new friends.

National Citizenship & Immigration Conference (NCIC 2017) – October 12-13, 2017

“Celebrating 150 years of Canadian Immigration & Beyond” was the theme for the National Citizenship & Immigration Conference 2017 (NCIC 2017). The 12th annual conference featured high level government speakers from IRCC, CBSA, IRB and ESDC, along with leading industry experts and specialists. Successes and challenges in the immigration field were discussed alongside trends, changes, and updates in English and French.

“History of Our Profession” Book Launch – October 11, 2017

CAPIC celebrated the “History of Our Profession” book launch, immediately following the “Your Face, Your Future” interactive panel discussion. Both events featured a cocktail reception and were held at the Canadian Museum of History in Gatineau, Quebec.

National Citizenship & Immigration Conference 2017

NCIC 2017
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The Canadian Association of Immigration Professional Consultants (CAPIC) is the industry professional association that represents and advocates on behalf of Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultants (RCIC). CAPIC has been recognized as the official voice of RCICs by the Government of Canada. The association’s mandate is to lead, connect, protect and develop the profession. Continually striving for excellence in the profession, CAPIC is proud to bring the 12th annual education conference to Gatineau, Quebec. Visit CAPIC to find out more.

The Presidents Gala – October 12, 2017

The Gala was held in the Canadian Museum of History in Gatineau, Quebec.

Nathalie Noël, RCIC and Sylvie Gonin, RCIC                                                        Katharina Kontaxis, RCIC

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