Globe Immigration is a firm that specializes in Canadian immigration, offering a full range of related services to clients all around the world. The company claims to resolve immigration matters and problems. In addition, it promises to provide the best possible outcome for a case.
While exploring about them, we are introduced to Orr Kolesnik, who appears to hold several immigration accolades and merits. Orr Kolesnik appears on their Home page as a licensed ICCRC member. Throughout the world, Orr has represented clients before the Immigration and Refugee Board, the Immigration Division, the Immigration Appeal Division, the Canadian Border Service Agency, Citizenship, and Immigration Canada, and Canadian Visa Offices.
Globe Immigration’s website is pleasant looking, informative, and professional. The font size is too small to read all the information. However, the design and theme look fine. It is also easier to navigate.
The company offers services and visa options like family/spouse sponsorship, study and work visas, live-in caregiver, appeals, visitor visas, and others. The firm promises to help clients if they fulfill their responsibility by providing sufficient information and supporting documents.
We could not find any live chat option on the website. Also, the website fails to provide us with information on testimonials, and client sections. We could only find the firm’s contact addresses and positions across Toronto, Canada along with a skype id.
From the website, we are introduced to Orr Kolesnik, who appears on their Home page as a licensed ICCRC member.
Social Media Presence
There are no social media links found on their website.
We can say that the company is backed by recognized lawyers who can help clients in dealing with minor and severe immigration matters. However, the company needs to work on its social presence to strengthen its credibility.
Website - 6.9
Services - 7
Support - 6.5
RCIC/Lawyer - 7.9
Social Media Presence - 0
The company has a recognized immigration lawyer but lacks social media presence
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