About Brazolot Immigration Group
Brazolot Immigration Group was founded by Dennis Edward Anthony Brazolot, born in Guelph, a city 100 kilometers west of Toronto. Educated in Hamilton, Mr. Brazolot holds a diploma in Business Management and Marketing and has been involved in immigration since 1995. After working as an estate agent and immigration expert across Europe, Dennis returned to Canada in 2010 and established Brazolot Migration Group (BMG). Since then Dennis has acquired extensive knowledge and experience of the immigration process and has helped thousands of clients from all over the world.
Mr. Brazolot is a regulated member of the Canadian Association of Professional Immigrant Consultants (CAPIC), a Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant (RCIC) in good standing with the Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council (ICCRC) and a Commissioner of Oaths.
He is involved in the day-to-day running of the company including regularly travelling to personally conduct consultations with individuals and families interested in migrating to Canada. He is ably assisted by a team of culturally diverse individuals who share nearly 50 years of experience in the immigration industry.
Website and services
The website for Brazolot Immigration Group is very professional and clear. Much of the information provided is very easy to find, well-written, and very informative. The website covers all the necessary information on the various visa programs offered by the company.
The website also claims that due to the multicultural set up of their immigration team they are able to communicate with their clients in multiple languages, however, they don’t specify which languages.
The problem we found with the website of Brazolot Migration Group’s website is that it does not contain a blog or news page where they can communicate about the immigration procedures and latest news.
We checked the Brazolot Migration Group’s website through Scam Advisor and whois.com and much of the information checked out. The websites ownership, location and year of establishment concurs with information provided by BMG.
In terms of service provision, Brazolot Migration Group covers a diverse range of services, such as Express Entry visa, Provincial Nomination Programs, Student visa, Business visa, relocation services to Canada as well as conducting Canadian Immigration Seminars across Europe.
Social Media and Online Reviews
The Brazolot Migration Group website has links to Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Google+. The Facebook page has just over 500 likes though it is regularly updated with images about Canada and testimonials from their clients. The same applies to their Twitter page that has nearly 70 tweets and just under 60 followers with regular updates about Canadian immigration and was created in early 2014.
When it comes to reviews on Brazolot Migration Group it gets very complicated bordering on outright embarrassment. Despite having many positive testimonials on their website, we struggled to find any positive reviews on the internet about BMG with many of the clients complaining about the customer service and contracts. It gets worse for BMG as we managed to find a news article where Mr. Brazolot was charged and pleaded guilty to sexual assault of his female employees occurring between 2005 and 2008. The case included accusations of drinking after work as part of the requirement of the job, a situation that hardly endorses the company’s professionalism.
It is safe to say that Brazolot Migration Group are fairly legitimate, they are a regulated Canadian immigration agency with the Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council (ICCRC) and Mr. Brazolot’s Consultancy Identification number (R408191) checks out.
However, the negative publicity of Mr. Brazolot is a major concern especially if there are unresolved contract issues with clients. The court case of sexual assault that Mr. Brazolot pleaded guilty to is equally a big disappointment and unacceptable. The company needs to seriously improve their public image and customer service.
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