Membership

The IPZ Process of Acceptance

The IPZ program is designed around three four-month terms a year. Only 20 participants are accepted for each term. Intakes happen in January, May and September and if you are accepted, you will benefit from four months of advanced networking, mentoring and business support specific to your practice.

 

With access to resources, tools and experienced individuals, your time is likely to result in a much more established and stable business going forward. This is because IPZ includes weekly seminars and networking as well as ongoing mentoring, physical space, and being part of a group of other immigration practitioners establishing their practices.

 

Once you complete the four month term, leave IPZ armed with all the knowledge and expertise you will need for success.

The Application Process

Eligibility

The applicant must be a Lawyer (member of a Canadian provincial or territorial law society), Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant (RCIC), a Notary (member of the Chambre des notaires du Québec), or a Certified Paralegal who is a member in good standing of a law society or other designated body of a province or territory in Canada.

Apply online

The IPZ intake panel will have 10 business days to review you application and we will contact you to schedule an interview.

1

Start Online Submission

Fill out and start your application process. Submit you application along with your resume and professional practice plan, which should include information on why your want to join the IPZ, in-depth information about the stage of your practice development, market potential and overall potential for success.

2

Personal Interview

IPZ intake panel will schedule a personal interview (in person or via Zoom) where you will present your professional practice plan. We will make our final selection soon after.

3

Pay the fees

If you are accepted into the IPZ, you will have to pay the first month fees to secure your spot.

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