NHIS MD Mr Ravi Inder Singh Kang is an RCIC

Before acquiring the services of an immigration consultant, it is important to understand the difference between a Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant (RCIC) and an unauthorized provider of immigration services. RCICs are required to abide by a strict Code of Professional Ethics. There will be numerous benefits associated with utilizing the services of a RCIC and serious risks associated with utilizing the services of these unauthorized providers.
RCICs vs. Unauthorized Providers of Immigration Services:
Attribute RegulatedCanadian
Immigration Consultant
Unauthorized Provider of
Immigration Services
Accountable to ICCRC; complaints are taken seriously Yes No – accountable to no one 
Monitored by ICCRC; non-compliance is taken seriously Yes No – may operate unknown to authorities 
Supported by ICCRC to enhance quality of services Yes No – not supported by anyone 
 Knowledgeable and informed on immigration law and Canadian immigration system Yes No – no education prerequisite on immigration issues
Proficient in English or French  Yes No – may be unable to communicate properly in English or French 
 Required to abide by stringent ethical and professional rules that are designed to protect consumers Yes No – not subject to any ethical requirements 
 Possess valid Errors and Omissions Insurance for enhanced consumer protection Yes No – may not have any Errors and Omissions Insurance 
Work with agents known to ICCRC Yes  No – no information on their associates
Required to provide evidence of good character prior to becoming Regulated Yes No – may have committed fraudulent or illegal activities in the past