Alli Amlani, C.Dir, RCIC., has been an immigration consultant since January 1988. He served as Director, Treasurer, and Chair of key Committees at the Organization of Professional Immigration Consultants (OPIC) between 1991 and 2004. He attracted much-needed attention from CIC on the legitimacy of the immigration consulting profession and fought for self-regulation.
1995–2006 Founded Professional Development courses and was a founding member of the Advisory Committee on Immigration Practitioners Certification program. Developed Infrastructure, teaching materials, recruited and trained presenters. It remains the industry standard today.
2005–2008 Founded CAPIC and was the first Ontario Chapter president. Inspired members to make the required contribution by empowering committees with a “make it happen” philosophy.
2008–2011 CSIC: Director, Chair of the Membership Review Committee, and member of the Ethics and Discipline, Education and Standards, and Bylaw Committees. Became Chair of HRCC and the Vice-Chair of the Board. Affected change in every aspect.
2012–Present ICCRC: Director, Chair of the HRCC and OCC Committees, and member of the FAC, LAC, and DSC Committees. Currently serving a second term as the chair of the board. Helped build infrastructure by focusing on succession planning and the long-term sustainability of the profession.
Related accomplishments and recognitions:
-IPC from Seneca College of Applied Arts and Technology
-“Not-For-Profit Governance Essentials,” Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto.
-Chartered Director (C.Dir.) from The Directors College (a joint venture of McMaster University and the Conference Board of Canada) in 2011.
-Recipient of the Shepherd's, Pillars, and Leadership and Lifetime Achievement Awards from CAPIC