Immigration practitioner zone (IPZ) creates an environment where you can build or expand your immigration practice by interacting with experienced practitioners, business professionals, leading experts and other influencers. Consider it to be your first stop on the road to success.
Available only to lawyers, Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultants (RCIC) and Certified Paralegals who are members in good standing of a law society or other designated body of a province or territory in Canada, IPZ is much more than just a workspace. With a well designed program and a body of mentors and partners, IPZ is well positioned to take your career to the next level. Our mission is to ensure your success by providing you with all the practical knowledge and advice you need relating both to immigration law and business.
Start Up Business Assistance and Guidance
Shared use of common office equipment
Mentoring, Workshops and Seminars by Experts
To ensure the success of our members, the number of members at any one time is limited to twenty. Applications to join IPZ are subject to approval by the intake panel.
Members will get shared office space – with furniture, internet connection, access to meeting/training rooms, printer, photocopier (paid service) and a common reception for clients.
IPZ members have access to a panel of mentors who provide them with the expert advice relating to the establishment and growth of their practices. Members will be required to work with the mentors assigned by the IPZ.
IPZ members have weekly networking events with leading players in immigration and other related fields.
Direct Business Development Assistance
IPZ members will enjoy access to resources, valuation of their plans, identifying areas of need, developing a work plan to address those needs including identifying expertise and services needed to move the plan forward and timeframes for major tasks to be completed. The initial assessment is conducted upon acceptance to IPZ and will continue regularly as required.
IPZ members are required to attend weekly workshops and seminars by experts on immigration practices as well as a wide variety of business topics including business setup, marketing, human resources and bookkeeping. Workshops and seminars are carefully chosen to help our members succeed with their immigration practices.