Camilla Jones, RCIC
No seminars planned in near future
History of our profession
Teaching moments: The best and the worst
Just another day
Goodbye, 2015...another year gone
Caregivers - to do or not to do
Goodbye, 2017... Did we get it right?
Mastering LMIA for caregivers
Goodbye, 2018 - We shall overcome
Mastering the refugee system - Part 1
Mastering the refugee system - Part 2
Mastering the refugee system - Part 3
Mastering the refugee system - Part 4
Mastering the refugee system - Part 5
Goodbye, 2019... We made it!
Camilla Jones, B.A. (Honours) is a member of the ICCRC . She was also CSIC member since its inception. Her company Canada Global Immigration has been in operation since 1995, specializing in inland immigration work including admissibility hearings, detention reviews, appeals, refugee claims, humanitarian and compassionate applications and spousal sponsorships. Prior to opening her consulting business, she was a Manager with the then Department of Employment and Immigration. She co-authored the Immigration Practitioner’s Handbook, a Thomson Carswell annual publication, for seven years.
She currently teaches Immigration and Refugee Law to paralegals at Seneca College in Toronto. She is a founding member of the Immigration Consultants Listserv, a peer resource serving approximately 240 ICCRC members. Ms Jones was a member of the original DACUM group that designed the content of CSIC’s entrance exam, and a Subject Matter Expert engaged in writing the initial exam questions. She was also a Subject Matter Expert for the ICCRC entrance exam.