In addition to the Langley LIP members, the work of the Langley LIP is supported by an Immigrant Advisory Council. The Council provides feedback to the LLIP and its work, shares and promotes promising practices and research, serves as a resource for community service providers and reaches out to ethno-specific communities to share committee information and encourage participation in its work.
The LLIP Immigrant Advisory Council comprises eleven immigrants who represent the two Langley communities, a range of countries of origin, length of time in Canada, occupational backgrounds, ages and genders. Members of the Advisory Council apply and are selected by a sub-committee of the Langley LIP membership and led by the Project Manager and the Project Coordinator. The term of membership is two years and can be extended if interest and commitments are demonstrated.