Immigration-R-Us Ltd is an Alberta-based immigration consultancy firm that is a licensed and certified International recruitment agency. The company is also registered with ICCRC, CAPIC, and CMI. The firm was founded in the year 2004 by Jutta Zillgen, who has worked for 10 years as a senior officer at Germany’s Canadian Embassy. Immigration-R-Us Ltd consultancy firm specializes in the International recruitment of skilled workers. The firm claims to have been offering immigration services and recruitment solutions for more than 17 years and also have assisted thousands of families and individuals to immigrate to Canada.
Immigration-R-Us Ltd offers a wide range of immigration services like Work permit,
Temporary resident Visa, Sponsorship, Canadian citizenship, PR card Renewal, International Experience, Start-up Visa, Provincial Nominee Programs, Citizenship by Investment, Federal Skilled Worker Program, and Canadian Experience class. Not only this, the website claims to have been offering immigration services and recruitment solutions for more than 17 years with 100% client satisfaction.
Immigration-R-Us Ltd has a team of registered and experienced immigration consultants who promises to offer exceptional consultancy support. That is why the firm has over 1560 trusted clients.
Immigration-R-Us has two registered RCIC agents: Jutta Zillgen (R422223) and Eunsook Lee (R414143).
Social Media Presence
The website of Immigration-R-Us has social media links for the platforms Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram but unfortunately, none of them take us to its social media pages.
The company looks credible, registered, and provides enough information about immigration services. In addition, they have two RCIC agents and a team of experienced and knowledgeable consultants. The website, except for online documents and social media links, provides all other information in detail. Therefore, we advise you to proceed with caution.
Website - 6.9
Services - 8.1
Support - 7.3
RCIC/Lawyer - 8.5
A company with an informative website and two RCIC immigration consultants
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