Diamond immigration is an immigration consultant owned by Audrey Guth, who is also a founder and president of the Diamond Group of Companies that claim to have over 26 years of experience in the Canadian immigration industry.
They have their head offices in Toronto, Ontario and offer varying immigration services to Canada which are handled by six consultant agents including the owner, who are all certified members of the Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council (ICCRC).
We find it very odd and unprofessional that even though Diamond Immigration have gone to great lengths to explain that three of their team members are certified by the ICCRC, neither of them have given their ICCRC registration numbers. It poses a really big question in regards to their reputation and validity, which is very concerning.
Diamond immigration deals mainly in three services, Skilled Worker Programs, Business Immigration Programs, and Permanent Residence Programs, they also claim to provide job placements for their clients, in hospitality, retail, food services, mining, construction and many others. While this is commendable and sounds good we feel they could have gone further to mention one or two recruiters who they successfully provided employees with. This could improve their image and erase other issues of legitimacy.
Although it’s the first point of contact, the website of Diamond Immigration seems rather basic, flat and neglected. The website is neat and professional though it provides very little information on how one can register. The contact information was last updated two years ago making it look a bit amateurish.
They should however, be commended for their FAQ’s page which has provided articulate and well-informed responses to sensitive questions particularly in regards to refunds and costs. It has shown they have done their homework and made sure their clients know their charges beforehand.
Diamond Immigration is on Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube and that’s just about it. Fair and good, the problem arises when you go on their Facebook page as their last update was over two years ago and many of their comment sections are unanswered. They have a modest 1,034 likes on the page which is on the low side in this industry. The Twitter page for Diamond Immigration has also gone dark for two years and this shows the level of negligence the company has for their social media platform.
Diamond Immigration seem to fairly knowledgeable and knows what it’s doing but they have done little to enhance their reputation in regards to their presence and more importantly their missing ICCRC registration numbers. Their website needs a lot of work in terms of being up to date as does their social media platforms as a two-year absence is very strange at this level.
You can visit their website here: www.diamondimmigration.com
- Well detailed FAQs
- The website and social media platforms are neglected
- No RCICC registration numbers visible
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