加拿大移民监管机构 ICCRC 2012年3月1日通告：新移民法规对合法移民代理的雇员的影响
加拿大移民部CIC IP9 （Internal Process – 9）
Over the past few months, many changes have been made to how various groups can conduct business with Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC). This Interpretation Bulletin has been created to explain clearly what these new rules mean to Employees of Authorised Representatives.
移民通告 Immigration Advisory:
How does Bill C-35 affect Employees of Authorised Representatives:
C-35法案将任何非经加拿大移民部授权的任何人，若提供有偿的移民咨询服务 视为犯罪。 经加拿大移民部授权的代理为：ICCRC 持牌移民顾问（ Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultants – RCICs ）， 加拿大省或地区的持牌律师，魁省认可的公证员。 ICCRC 持牌移民顾问可在ICCRC网站上搜寻验证。
Bill C-35 made it an offence for anyone other than an Authorized Representative to offer immigration services for a fee. Authorized Representatives include: members in good standing of ICCRC (known as Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultants – RCICs), lawyers in good standing with a provincial or territorial law society and notaries who are members in good standing of the Chambre des notaires du Québec. For a list of RCICs, please visit this link – http://www.iccrc-crcic.ca/public/membershiplistFull.cfm.
What are the penalties?
被法庭指控定罪（省法庭/联邦法庭/高等法院/陪审团），根据C-35法案，加倍判罚 从50000加元到100000加元和/或有期徒刑2年。若被简易审判程序定罪 （省法庭/无陪审团机制），根据C-35法案，加倍处罚从10000加元到20000加元和/或监禁六个月。
Bill C-35 doubled the penalties from $50,000 to $100,000 and/or imprisonment of up to 2 years for conviction by indictment. Bill C-35 doubled the penalties from $10,000 to $20,000 and/or imprisonment for up to six months on summary conviction.
What Employees of Authorized Representatives may do without being an Authorized Representative:
If directly supervised by the Authorized Representative and an IMM5476 form is submitted, they may prepare documentation and correspondence on behalf of the Authorized Representative and send to the CIC processing office. The supervising Authorized Representative is responsible for the employee’s actions and conduct.
What Employees of Authorized Representatives may not do unless they are an Authorized Representative:
They may not represent clients at CIC/CBSA hearings or proceedings, and they may not prepare documentation or correspondence for a client without the supervision of an Authorized Representative
Bill C-35 — Highlights
IP 9 – Use of Representatives