Bash Ali & Associates is a Canadian immigration consulting firm Regulated by the ICCRC (Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council). Our corporate head quarter is located in Greater Toronto area around Dixie and Dundas.
Basharat (Bash) Ali is a full member in good standing of the regulatory body approved by Immigration, Refugee and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) formerly known as Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) called ICCRC (Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council).
Mr. Ali has successfully graduated from Humber College in Toronto and has obtained an Immigration Consulting Certificate with honors. In order to become a licensed full member of ICCRC, Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultants must pass a rigorous application and examination process, which requires evidence of good character, a sound understanding and knowledge of Canadian Immigration and Refugee Protection Act (IRPA) its Regulations and Policies.
The firm is headed by Basharat (Bash) Ali who has gained practical experience working with some of the experienced immigration law firms in Toronto. Mr. Ali was formerly an accredited interpreter at IRB (Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada), which has helped him to learn a valuable knowledge of various immigration proceedings at Immigration Appeal Division (IAD), Immigration Division and Refugee Protection Division (RPD) of IRB. Mr. Ali will certainly utilize and apply his in-sight knowledge and exposure gained at IRB to increase the chances of success of your Canadian immigration case specific situation.
Mr. Ali has attended various Alternative Dispute Resolutions (ADR) conferences, Full Spousal Appeals, and Residency Obligation Appeal hearings conducted at the Immigration Appeal division (IAD) of IRB. Mr. Ali has gained a hands-on experience from the initial consultations through creating disclosure documents, client preparation to following up with the overseas Visa Posts to ensure family reunification.
Basharat (Bash) Ali is a member in good standing of the Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council (ICCRC). Mr. Ali is an authorized representative able to represent your concerns with any Immigration Officer of Immigration, Refugee and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) formerly known as Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC), Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) or in front of any Immigration and Refugee Board (IRB) Member.
Bill C-35 comes into force on June 30 and new immigration consultants regulator announced
Legislation cracking down on crooked immigration consultants will come into force on June 30, 2011, Citizenship, Immigration and Multiculturalism Minister Jason Kenney announced today. A newly created Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council (ICCRC) was also announced at the media conference in Mississauga. “The Government of Canada has promised to crack down on crooked immigration consultants and their shady practices, and with Bill C-35, we now have the tools,” Minister Kenney said. “Bill C-35 strengthens the rules governing those who charge their clients for immigration advice or representation, making it an offence for anyone other than an accredited immigration representative to conduct business, for a fee or other consideration, at any stage of an application or proceeding,” according to a press release. “It also increases penalties and fines for unauthorized representation and allows for more government oversight in order to improve the way in which immigration consultants are regulated.
ICCRC – IMMIGRATION CONSULTANTS OF CANADA REGULATORY COUNCIL
The Council is working hard to make positive changes in the regulation of this profession. The Council is a non-profit organization created in response to a public selection process. Our objective is effectively and fairly to regulate immigration consultants with accountability and transparency. We are excited to work with consultants, consumers, stakeholders and members of the public to lead the industry into a new era of integrity and professionalism.
Accountability to all Members
The Council is committed to being accountable to all members. The Council is guided by bylaws developed with this principle in mind. The Council functions as a responsible and ethical organization and is open and receptive to the needs of members and stakeholders, through various measures of transparency and accountability. The Council is governed by By-laws. Members of ICCRC must adhere to the Code of Professional Ethics
Transparency to Members, the Public and other Stakeholders
The Council has put in place transparency mechanisms that allow the public and other stakeholders to access important information on the workings and activities of the organization. Members will have access to:
Annual meetings will be held in person (with an option to attend online). This will allow all members to participate and will offer members the possibility to raise issues and provide increased transparency.