Can CanApprove Help You?
CanApprove is an immigration company that works with immigration lawyers and immigration consultants. CanApprove can also help you if you are looking to study in another country as they have education consultants as well.
Veronica Moye is the President of CanApprove and the principal Canadian immigration consultant for the company. Ms Moye’s RCIC number (R422511) is listed on the CanApprove website, along with other key individuals who are accredited to handle immigration consultancy.
Ms Bindu Kurup is the company’s Australian immigration lawyer and immigration consultant. In Ms Kurup’s description, CanApprove states that she is registered with the MARA immigration agency and they have also listed her registration number on the website (MARN 1464882).
There are two other Indian immigration lawyer’s who work for CanApprove, namely Advocate Binoy P.R. and Advocate Sajitha Binoy.
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The Website & Services
CanApprove claim to provide immigration services to a number of countries like:
- Hong Kong
- New Zealand
Even though CanApprove have only listed an RCIC agent and a MARA agent on site, they have confirmed that the other countries fall under education visas. Moreover, CanApprove only provide permanent residency visa services to Canada, Australia, Hong Kong and New Zealand.
There is a seal for MARA and the ICCRC on the website but when you click on these seals, some of them redirect to the top of the page. We also noted a few spelling mistakes previously. (see below)
In the footer of the website there are payment options that you can choose from but when you click on them, you are redirected to the top of the page. They payment options are Visa, Maestro, MasterCard and PayPal.
On the Legal & Management page of the CanApprove website, they offer free legal consultation. Their lawyers deal with immigration issues as well as tax problems. So added to the immigration and education services, they also provide legal and financial advice.
There are social media links from the CanApprove website for Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn. The Facebook page has over 170 000 likes and it is updated regularly with relevant posts. If people ask questions on the website they are answered and CanApprove often asks people to e-mail their resumes.
The Twitter account is not as impressive as the Facebook account and it could do with a bit more attention. The posts are not regular at all and the following is also small.
We found a video on YouTube for CanApprove that has testimonials from previous clients. Most, if not all, of the testimonials are for clients that immigrated to Canada. CanApprove seems extremely focussed on Canadian immigration, their logo even has a maple leaf in it. It is possible that CanApprove mentions other countries that they do immigration to so that they appear larger and more reputable than they really are.
CanApprove has an impressive following on the Facebook account and the website appears to be very professional.
There are client testimonials throughout the website for you to read through but these cannot always be trusted. An immigration company that offers immigration services to so many different countries requires a great deal of immigration consultants or lawyers, which CanApprove seem to have readily available.
- There is an RCIC agent for the company
- There are many different services to help immigrants
- Twitter is not well maintained
- Site does not link to some pages
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