One assumption that many immigrants have is that they don’t need an Immigration Consultant to help them with the immigration process. The reason they give is that there is a lot of information about immigration that can be found on the internet. However, the information that is found on the internet and in the books is not as straightforward as it sounds. There are some statements that are written that need interpretation. Some people try to figure out the information on their own and end up misunderstanding everything. It is when the law catches up with them that they decide to look for an Immigration Consultant. So, it is better to engage the services of an immigration consultant from the onset.
The truth is that there are some immigration applications that are straightforward. On the other hand, there are others which are a bit technical and difficult. Some of these difficult situations may require counsel immigration professionals. These difficult situations include defense processing, deportation and consular processing. Such situations require a consultant who deals with immigration issues.
When you decide to look for an immigration consultant, there are some questions you should have at the back of your mind. Some of the questions are:
- How available is the consultant?
- Are the fees being charged reasonable?
- How do they charge their fee? Is it by the hour or is the rate fixed?
- What is the level of experience of the consultant?
- When contacting the consultant’s office, who did you speak with? Was it the consultant or the assistant?
- Who exactly will handle the case?
- How well does the Immigration Consultant know the rules of the country you are going to enter? and last but not the least ,
- Is the Consultant Licensed ?
At White Swan Immigration Consultants, we offer initial consultation for up to 45 mins. Ask you the questions and get the information which a Visa officer is looking for when accessing your immigration application.
Once you retain us as your immigration counsel, we put your case into processing immediately to avoid delays. We know what information and paperwork Visa officer is looking for to process your case. We work with you to obtain the specific paperwork which expedite your case processing. We understand that it is big decision to move to a different country. Our team of experts will do everything possible to make your immigration process smoother.
Attention to Detail:
Younus N. Safdari, CEO – White Swan Immigration Consultants is a Regulated Immigration Consultant and a member of ICCRC, which is a government regulatory body and also a member of CAPIC, who personally handles every case. You can email Younus N.Safdari anytime with any issues or concerns you have and expect an answer back within 24 – 48 hours. You can pre-book a call time with him outside of these hours ahead of time.
White Swan Immigration Consultants is an independent organization that does not represent any Government, but its Canadian services are regulated by government body, ICCRC. And other services are through agency agreement or are under the providers umbrella.
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Honesty and Transparency:
Like yourself, we don’t like surprises and disappointments. That’s why we will not represent your case if after evaluation we believe that you don’t meet the current selection criteria.
Once we evaluate your case and you decide to retain us as your immigration counsel, we first present you with a letter of proposal and later a legal retainer agreement/service contract which outlines all the expenses related to your immigration case. The agreement will clearly specify:
- Our professional fees,
- Government fee,
- Terms of payment, if applicable,
- Refund & cancellation clause,
- Time frame to submit your documents to WSIC,
- Shotgun clause in case you don’t want to continue our representation with CIC
Once you have a clear knowledge of expenses related to your immigration case, you can make an informed decision.
Start the process by filling in the Free Evaluation form. We will get back to you in 24 hours with a clear analysis of your case.