The above guidelines are general guidelines for a retainer agreement. The retainer agreement can be client-specific and work-specific. It is recommended to establish a finding agreement, both by the client and the advisor, in a well-understood and well-formulated manner. The signature of the retainer confirms that, as stated in the Retainer Agreement, the terms are well understood and accepted by the Customer and he agrees, o 16.2 This Agreement constitutes the entire agreement between the parties with respect to the subject matter of the Contract and supersedes all agreements, understandings, warranties, prior warranties, negotiations and discussions, whether oral or written. of the parties, unless expressly stated. www.iccrc-crcic.ca/public/complaintsDiscipline.cfm The payment of the tax at once or in instalments depends on many factors, for example.B. how much work needs to be done on a file, how long it would take, and how complicated the issue is. Consideration should be given to confirming the terms of the agreement with the advisor in writing to avoid any misunderstanding between you and the advisor. The important terms of the agreement can be confirmed by the way in which the retainer agreement is implemented. The content of the retainer agreement varies depending on the client and the nature of the case. 16.6 The headings used in this Agreement shall be construed only for simplicity and in no way as a supplement or limitation to the agreements and understandings contained in this Agreement. The Client(s) acknowledges that this Agreement serves RCIC`s best efforts, knowledge and skills in connection with the Application. The applicant acknowledges that final decisions relating to XXXXX are made exclusively by immigration officers.

CONSIDERING that the Client and Canada Immigration & Citizenship Services wish to enter into a formal agreement containing the agreed terms under which the “RCIC” of Canada Immigration & Citizenship Services will provide services to the Client. However, if the RCIC or technical personnel do not perform the tasks referred to in Section 2 of this Agreement, the RCIC shall reimburse some or all of the fees received. The customer(s) agrees that the fees paid apply to the aforementioned services and that any refund is strictly limited to the amount of the fees paid. Normally, an advisor requires a new client to sign a reinstatement agreement that they will act for the client. The best practice is to have a contract between the two parties. In Canada, iccrc (The Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council) is the national regulatory authority for immigration consultants. ICCRC promotes and protects the public interest by overseeing regulated immigration and citizenship advisors and international student advisors. ICCRC cultivates the good ethical practices of immigration consultants. Guidelines for the agreement to retain are defined by the ICCRC. 1) After initial advice and instructions on documentation requirements and at the same time as the execution of this agreement, customers pay RCIC a holdback of $XXXX CAD. This applies to the assessment of the applicant`s qualifications, including the documentary review and preparation of the initial application, as well as to the necessary advice on the merits of the client, and is considered money earned and is not refunded or cancelled. 11.1 This Agreement shall be deemed terminated when the tasks referred to in Section 2 of this Agreement are completed.

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