Individuals who meet the conditions as set out in
CAPIC By-Laws section 2.3 can apply to become one of the following:
Voting members who are members in good standing of a body designated by the Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship, under the relevant section(s) of the IRPA or the Citizenship Act, as the regulator of immigration consultants or citizenship consultants.
Non-voting members who are authorized representatives or Regulated International Student Immigration Advisors, or employees of authorized representatives, entities, and persons acting on the entities’ behalf, according to an agreement with Her Majesty in right of Canada as per IRPA.
Non-voting members who are enrolled in an educational program approved by the regulatory bodies (of authorized representatives) designated by the minister under the relevant sections of the IRPA as the regulator of immigration consultants.