Partners and service providers

Canadians have a long history of community involvement in assisting newcomers adapt to life in Canada. The following information will assist community groups in learning more about the integration of newcomers into Canadian society.

Educational institutions

Find out how you can participate in the International Student Program. Learn about educational institutions.

Immigrant-serving organizations

Discover how you can welcome newcomers and help them adjust to life in Canada. Find out more about immigrant-serving organizations.

Panel physicians

Panel physicians play an important role in the immigration process and help CIC protect the health of Canadians by performing immigration medical examinations. Learn more about panel physicians.


Find out about the different types of funding available from CIC.

Educational credential assessment – Service providers

CIC is now accepting service proposals from professional bodies who conduct educational credential assessments for immigration purposes.

Citizenship and Immigration Representatives

The CIC Portal allows Authorized Paid Representatives to complete, pay for, and submit online applications on behalf of their clients.

Provinces and territories

The CIC PT-Portal allows provinces and territories to recruit candidates from the Express Entry system through their Provincial Nominee Programs to meet local labour market needs.

Employers – International Mobility Program

The Employer Portal allows employers to complete, pay for and submit offers of employment online to CIC. This portal is for employers hiring temporary workers through the International Mobility Program.

Foreign credential recognition subject matter experts

Use the International Qualifications Network (IQN) to promote past and current foreign credential assessment and recognition (FCR) projects, or to share information with other FCR subject matter experts.

International Experience Canada Recognized Organizations

CIC is accepting proposals from eligible organizations that operate travel and work programs for Canadian youth aged 18 to 35 to become an International Experience Canada Recognized Organization for 2016 and 2017.

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